nondiabetic


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nondiabetic

/non·di·a·bet·ic/ (-di-ah-bet´ik) not caused by or affected with diabetes.
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sup][1],[2],[3],[4] However, there are evidences that the relationship between blood glucose and mortality may differ between diabetic and nondiabetic patients.
For example, large scale studies analyzing the information in the National Surgical Quality Improvement Program database have reported that patients with diabetes and no significant comorbidities have a higher risk of developing surgical site infection after an appendectomy (9) or a mastectomy (10) than do their nondiabetic counterparts.
Women with type 1 diabetes had significantly higher age-adjusted odds of significant CAC and higher cIMT, compared with those in the nondiabetic group, but these relationships differed by age and menopause status.
In the phase III, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind PIVENS trial, vitamin E therapy was compared to pioglitazone and placebo in 247 nondiabetic adults (N.
Writing in the journal Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, Craig Currie and colleagues report that treatment with metformin improved survival in diabetics in comparison with those treated with sulfonylurea drugs, as well as in comparison with untreated nondiabetics.
The drug is undergoing testing at a 3 milligram (mg) dose for long-term weight management as part of the SCALE (Satiety and Clinical Adiposity-Liraglutide Evidence in Nondiabetic and Diabetic Subjects) Obesity and Prediabetes trial.
In contrast, the risk of major osteoporotic fractures in diabetic patients was not related to age The fracture probability curves for diabetic and nondiabetic subjects diverged from the beginning of follow-up and continued to separate throughout the study period.
There is a greater relative increase in women, where women with type 1 diabetes have four times the CVD risk as nondiabetic women," Ms.
1 and 2); however, because of higher statistical power owing to the higher number of individuals in the nondiabetic vs diabetic groups (56 164 vs 2270 individuals, respectively), more differences compared with fasting concentrations (>8 h since last meal) were found to be significant in the nondiabetic than in the diabetic individuals.
One of the most statistically significant correlations of mRNA expressions or their ratios to change in PBF was the ratio of GLUT4 to NF[kappa]B (GLUT4:NF[kappa]B ratio) among combined nondiabetic subjects at p < 0.
BellSouth data suggests that the average annual health care cost for a diabetic employee is several times higher than a nondiabetic employee.
In another fiber study, obese, nondiabetic women increased their insulin sensitivity by an average of 8 percent in just three days by eating about 10 grams of pure insoluble fiber from fiber enriched bread three times daily.