euglycaemia


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eu·gly·ce·mi·a

(yū'glī-sē'mē-ă)
A normal blood glucose concentration.
Synonym(s): normoglycemia, euglycaemia.
[eu- + G. glykys, sweet, + haima, blood]

euglycaemia

normal range of fasting blood glucose (i.e. 2.9-5.9 mmol/L)

eu·gly·ce·mi·a

(yū'glī-sē'mē-ă)
Normal blood glucose concentration.
Synonym(s): euglycaemia.
[eu- + G. glykys, sweet, + haima, blood]
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No previous studies have been done using subcutaneously injected insulin to examine the relationship between the amount of carbohydrate consumed and the amount of insulin required to maintain euglycaemia.
1c], coupled with the pressing need to obtain euglycaemia as safely and quickly as possible to prevent long-term complications, means most patients will eventually require insulin.
Sports scientists generally recommend CHO-rich foods with low GI before prolonged exercise (6-8) which reduces the dependency on endogenous CHO at the onset of exercise and to maintain euglycaemia for a longer period during exercise (9).
A dual-action insulin co-formulation such as insulin I Deg Asp) scores over biphasic insulin analogues and human insulins in achieving fasting euglycaemia, without causing nocturnal hypoglycaemia.
The high insulin level is probably in compensation for the insulin resistance in an attempt to maintain euglycaemia.
The commonest etiology of balanoposthitis in males with diabetes is Candida, and the mainstay of treatment is maintenance of hygiene, euglycaemia, and eradication of infection.
It is generally agreed upon that euglycaemia is beneficial in preventing SSI.
This metabolic triage is a simple decision-making tool which can help primary care physicians choose appropriate injectable therapy in cases where oral therapeutic options prove inadequate in achieving euglycaemia.
In addition to adverse effects, drug treatments are not always satisfactory in maintaining euglycaemia and avoiding late-stage diabetic complications.
Screening for lipid levels should begin at puberty (greater than 10 years) in children diagnosed with diabetes prior to this age, and soon after diagnosis, once euglycaemia is achieved, in those who develop diabetes at or after puberty.
12 They have helped provide symptomatic relief better quality of life and euglycaemia to countless millions of people over the past half century.
ManagementThe aim of management for both diabetes and thyroid dysfunction is similar: to achieve and maintain euglycaemia and euthyroid status.