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Denoting, characteristic of, or promoting euglycemia.
Synonym(s): normoglycemic
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Denoting, characteristic of, or promoting euglycemia.
Synonym(s): normoglycemic, euglycaemic.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012


(nor″mō-glī-sē′mē-ă) [″ + Gr. glykys, sweet, + haima, blood]
Normal sugar content of the blood.
normoglycemic (-sē′mĭk), adjective
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Regarding the results of the oral glucose tolerance test, of 43 patients without diabetes, 37 (86%) patients were classified as normoglycemic (blood glucose levels less than 140 mg/dl) and in 5 (11.6%) patients, there was impaired glucose tolerance (blood glucose levels between 140 to 200 mg/dl) and one (2.3%) patient was identified as a new case of diabetes mellitus (blood glucose levels over 200 mg/dl), (Table 3).
Since she was normoglycemic, the octreotide dose was decreased during follow-up.
Admission NIHSS was significantly higher in patients with poor glucose control (NIHSS median, 15; P = .001), compared with normoglycemic patients (NIHSS median, 3.5), but ICH scores were similar despite glycemic status (Table 2).
(26) Subsequently, other animal studies (6,27-31) comparing the severity of inflammation and periapical bone loss between patients with diabetes and normoglycemic controls were conducted and are in agreement with the findings obtained by Kohsaka et al.
Normoglycemic BioBreeding diabetes-prone (BBDP) rats display both altered fundic motor control and impaired gastric accommodation, which is at least partially caused by a loss in nitrergic nervous function.
There are different forms of presentation which differ from the usual presentation described in literature, such as the case of normoglycemic diabetic ketoacidosis.
In our study, female mice remained normoglycemic, which is in line with previous literature stating protective effects of oestrogen [1,6].
During the follow-up period, 95 (19.4%) subjects developed prediabetes (including isolated IFG, isolated IGT, or IFG plus IGT), 31 (6.3%) subjects developed T2DM, and 364 subjects remained normoglycemic. The incidence of prediabetes and T2DM was 48.5 events per 1000 patient-years and 15.8 events per 1000 patient-years, respectively.
Different studies on antidiabetic activity of plant extracts in normoglycemic rats have been conducted [17, 18] and in the present study, the method described by Saidu et al.
Mice receiving heterotypic PIs all reverted to normoglycemic (<11.1 mmol/l) levels within 12 days of transplantation (Figures 7(a) and 7(b)).
EBE was greatest in the presence of hyperglycemia in ICD compared to normoglycemic rats of the ICN group (Figure 5).