stress-induced hyperglycemia


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stress-induced hyperglycemia

A transient rise in blood glucose to abnormally high concentrations during acute illness, such as infection or myocardial infarction; trauma, such as burns; or stroke.
Synonym: stress hyperglycemia
See also: hyperglycemia
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In addition, we will explore the history of insulin treatment on stress-induced hyperglycemia during critical illness and update the present understanding in regard to the ongoing moderate versus intensive insulin treatment debate.
GENERAL PURPOSE STATEMENT: To provide the registered professional nurse with information related to stress-induced hyperglycemia in critically iii patients,
Likewise, although POEE did not have a noticeable effect on glycemia, it effectively prevented the chronic stress-induced hyperglycemia. Moreover, POEE significantly increased mice endurance to hypoxia across a range of doses, given i.p.
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