hypoglycaemic


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hypoglycaemic

adjective Referring to hypoglycaemia, see there.

hy·po·gly·ce·mic

(hī'pō-glī-sē'mik)
Pertaining to or characterized by hypoglycemia.
Synonym(s): hypoglycaemic.

hy·po·gly·ce·mic

(hī'pō-glī-sē'mik)
Pertaining to or characterized by hypoglycemia.
Synonym(s): hypoglycaemic.
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As octreotide involves multiple injections which were proving to be difficult for the patient, lanreotide (long-acting somatostatin analogue, 30 mg as subcutaneous injection, once a month) was introduced and was providing optimal glycaemic control (13), until our patient developed hypoglycaemic episodes following fluoxetine therapy.
All dogs undergo intensive training in obedience and public access by a small group of devoted "socialisers" before undergoing intensive alert training while living with an instructor who trains the dog to detect and act upon the client's specific hypoglycaemic scent.
There was a greater proportion of hypoglycaemic patients who had fed [greater than or equal to] 12 hours before presentation, compared with the nonhypoglycaemic patients as has been documented by other African authors.
So how can you tell if a hypoglycaemic attack is coming on?
The hypoglycaemic drug therapy for regulation of blood glucose levels along and the drinking treatment with sulphureous-bicarbonate-calcic-magnesian mineral water produced significantly lower plasma ROM concentrations in group B, in comparison with group A (treated with hypoglycaemic drug therapy alone) (group A: 331U.Carr.[+ or -]11; group B: 297U.Carr.[+ or -]11) (p<0.05).
Early on December 23, Mr T's blood sugar levels dropped too low: he became hypoglycaemic. As a result, Mr T vomited, which he inhaled into his lungs and suffered a respiratory and cardiac arrest which left him severely debilitated.
In the early hours of December 23, Mr T's blood sugar levels dropped too low and he became hypoglycaemic.
The fatal smash near Chester happened after roofer Michael Dodd, 19, suffered a hypoglycaemic attack and fell unconscious at the wheel.
He said they must take glucometer with them for monitoring purpose and to rectify development of hyper or hypoglycaemic complications.
Feeling shaky, sweaty, dizzy, light-headed and hungry are signs of a hypoglycaemic episode and if this happens, the diabetic must break the fast immediately by either drinking half a can of cola, a small glass of fruit juice or taking 5 to 6 Dextrose or Glucose tablets.