fasting blood glucose


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fasting blood glucose

or

fasting plasma glucose

or

fasting blood sugar

(făs′tĭng)
n.
A laboratory test that determines the level of glucose in the blood after an overnight fast, used especially to diagnose diabetes and prediabetes.
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Linear regression analysis was performed to estimate the electrolytes levels with the help of fasting blood glucose, model were also adjusted for age, gender and BMI.
Paired sample t-test was used to determine the difference of the fasting blood glucose level over the experimental period.
A score of 4 indicated high variability in all four metabolic parameters--body weight, systolic blood pressure, total cholesterol, and fasting blood glucose.
Longitudinal change in fasting blood glucose and myocardial infarction risk in a population without diabetes.
An increase in gluconeogenesis in the liver could explain higher fasting blood glucose in glimepiride-treated animals.
Bromocriptine mesylate monotherapy significantly reduced HbA1c from 8.7% to 8.1% and fasting blood glucose levels compared to placebo.
c) After treatment with the polyherbal formula, significant decreases were observed in fasting blood glucose,
"This association between temperature and raised fasting blood glucose cannot be merely due to international differences in age, sex, income or obesity prevalence, as our analyses adjusted for these."
Diabetes was confirmed by checking fasting blood glucose (FBG) of rats after three days, with the help of glucometer (Accu-chek(r) performa, Roche Diagnostic, Germany).
Fasting blood glucose was measured by hexokinase method, triglyceride by GPO-PAT, and total cholesterol by CHOD-PAP.