glucose ratio

glucose ratio

The concentration of the glucose level in the cerebrospinal fluid divided by its concentration in the blood. A ratio of less than 0:3 suggests acute bacterial meningitis rather than viral or aseptic meningitis.
Synonym: cerebrospinal fluid-to-blood glucose ratio
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The CSF glucose/blood glucose ratio is a simple marker that is often utilised, but it should be emphasised that it was shown to predict the presence of bacterial meningitis more precisely than routine CSF measurements.
The CSF glucose/blood glucose ratio and CSF lactate may assist in the diagnosis of bacterial meningitis.
Few know which foods have a fructose to glucose ratio greater than 1 off the top of our heads.
Objectives: To compare the clinical and laboratory features of tuberculous meningitis with bacterial meningitis and to determine if protein glucose ratio in the cerebrospinal fluid can be predictive of the condition.
Honey with high fructose: glucose ratio would remain liquid for Longer periods because of the modification of the saturated level of glucose by the presence of the larger amount of fructose [12].
A normal maximum-to-minimum glucose ratio on the 100-g test is 1.
The results on lactate/blood glucose ratio of control and single and multiple extract doses administered rats, unexposed and exposed to C-H-R ([T.
A total of 10 surrogate measures of IR were used in this study, including fasting insulin, homeostasis model assessment (HOMA) of IR, log (1/HOMA), empirical fasting IR index, fasting insulin:fasting glucose ratio, Raynaud index, Bennetts index, quantitative insulin sensitivity check index, Avignon index, and McAuley index (see Appendix).
Indeed, according to the company, the test is designed to be used in conjunction "with standard CSF tests [such as] bacterial Gram stain, bacterial culture, CSF glucose, CSF-blood glucose ratio, CSF protein concentrations, and CSF leukocyte counts.
On hospital day (HD) 2, CSF examination revealed 1 leukocyte/ mm3, protein 35 mg/dL (reference 9-58 mg/dL), glucose 74 mg/dL (reference 45-80 mg/dL), and CSF/blood glucose ratio 0.
Brain glucose to blood glucose ratio was significantly increased at low blood glucose below 5 mmol/L followed by a significant decrease in arterial blood glucose of more than 5 mmol/L, reaching lowest brain to blood glucose ratio levels at blood glucose above 8 mmol/L.