insulinogenic index

insulinogenic index

The ratio of insulin to glucose, a measure of the effect of meals on prediabetics
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Furthermore, we evaluated the association of PFAS concentrations quantified at baseline with key baseline metabolic and glycemic measurements, such as homeostatic model assessments for insulin resistance (HOMA-IR), [beta]-cell function (HOMA-[beta]), fasting proinsulin, corrected insulin response, insulinogenic index, glycated hemoglobin ([HbA.
5, corrected insulin response = (100 X 30-min insulin)/ [30-min glucose X (30-min glucose -70 mg/ dL)], insulinogenic index = [(30-min insulin--fasting insulin)]/ [(30min glucose--fasting glucose)] X 100, and BMI measured at baseline.
Plasma PFHxS concentrations were also positively associated with fasting insulin, 30-min post-OGTT insulin levels, fasting proinsulin, corrected insulin response, and insulinogenic index.
1c], fasting proinsulin, corrected insulin response, insulinogenic index, or adiponectin over time or by treatment group (Figure 2 and Table S3).
Insulin resistance was determined by the Matsuda Index (32), [beta]-cell secretion by the insulinogenic index, and [beta]-cell function by the oral disposition index (33).
Specifically, neither FPG and 2-h glucose, insulin resistance measured by the Matsuda index, nor f-cell failure measured by the Insulinogenic Index and the Oral Disposition Index differed between the groups detected by Hb [A.
After adjustment this relationship held independently of BMI, HOMA2-IR (a measure of insulin resistance) and insulinogenic index.
He gave them olive oil diet for fifty days but not found any improvement of insulin content of the pancreas, glucose tolerance test and there was a paradoxical lowering of the insulinogenic index (18).
In a univariate analysis, a number of baseline factors were associated with failure, including race (with blacks doing significantly worse than whites); the presence of depression; lower household income; lower insulinogenic index, and lower [HbA.
The analysis used two algorithms to assess beta-cell function: the insulinogenic index (the difference in blood glucose before and after insulin administration) and the oral disposition index (a measure of beta-cell function relative to insulin).
The improvement in glucose homeostasis is probably driven by glucose-dependent insulin secretion as the insulinogenic index, a measure of beta-cell function, was increased," the investigators wrote, adding that the mechanism of increased insulin secretion is "probably a direct effect of TAK-875 on beta-cell FFARl, increasing the levels of intracellular secondary messengers that augment insulin secretion.
However, when compared with the oral medications group, the insulin group had a significantly better insulin area under the curve, HOMA-[beta] index, and insulinogenic index.