dysglycemia

dysglycemia

 [dis″gli-se´me-ah]
any disorder of blood sugar metabolism.

dysglycemia

(dis-glī-sē'mē-ă),
Abnormal blood glucose levels from any cause that contribute to disease.
[dys- + glycemia]

dysglycemia

A nonspecific term for any alteration in serum glucose or other sugars in the general circulation.
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Zigmont, Ph.D., from The Ohio State University in Columbus, and colleagues used medical records to retrospectively assess the risk of dysglycemia and new-onset diabetes among 7,064 individuals with indications for statin use.
Effect of nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor-based antiretroviral therapy on dysglycemia and insulin sensitivity in South African HIV-infected patients.
Sixty overweight or obese Danish adults at risk of developing metabolic syndrome (as indicated by the presence of at least one of the following: dysglycemia, low HDL-cholesterol level, or hypertension) were randomly assigned to consume whole grains or refined grains for eight weeks.
(3) This is an important distinction for all stakeholders involved in the management of dysglycemia in hospitalized patients, many of who are on intensive insulin therapy to achieve safe and effective glycemic control.
Augmented visceral fat and abdominal adiposity are leads to a cluster of conditions such as dysglycemia, dyslipidemia, and hypertension known as MetS, which is the most frightening complication of obesity.[29,30] In this study, the most common MetS indicators observed were increased WC while the least common components being, hyperglycemia and elevated blood pressure.
These findings suggest that the placentas of pregnancies complicated by dysglycemia can show increases in branching and nonbranching angiogenesis.
"Annual Incidence and Relative Risk of Diabetes in People with Various Categories of Dysglycemia: A Systematic Overview and Meta-Analysis of Prospective Studies." Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 78 (3): 305-12.
(9) However, no significant effect on CIMT was seen following supplementation with 1 g of omega-3 over 4.9 years in people with CVD and/or CVD risk factors and dysglycemia. (10) Several large observational and arterial imaging studies have demonstrated that daily consumption of 100 IU of vitamin E for at least two years decreased atherosclerosis progression and CVD event rates.
Basal insulin and cardiovascular and other outcomes in dysglycemia. N Engl J Med.
Dipankar Kundu and others11 carried out a study to see the correlation between serum magnesium levels, glycosylated hemoglobin and urinary total protein levels in diabetic patients with retinopathy and concluded that hypomagnesaemia and albumi-nuria individually or in conjunction serve as indicators for dysglycemia and could be used as marker for the risk of development of diabetic retinopathy.
Sarcopenia exacerbates obesity-associated insulin resistance and dysglycemia: findings from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 111.