glycemia

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glycemia

[glī′sē·mē·ə]
(physiology)
The presence of glucose in the blood.
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They were then tested for glycaemia, cholesterol, urea, creatinine and uric acid.
The Princess distributed wheelchairs to handicapped people, corrective glasses to schoolboys and devices to control glycaemia to diabetics.
Effect of the desert plant Retama raetam on glycaemia in normal and streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.
In patients with diabetes, where excess CVD risk has already been demonstrated, the relationship between glycaemia itself and CVD should not, theoretically, be in doubt.
Looking at six years of data from 1,455 participants in the US, the British team, working with the State University of New York, discovered a shorter period in bed was associated with an increased risk of a pre-diabetic condition known as incident-impaired fasting glycaemia (IFG).
Depending on how tightly the animals were packed, being immersed, water provide lift and animals can be free to move or interact aggressively, an event increasing glycaemia.
Effect of the oytser fungus on glycaemia and cholesterolaemia in rats with insulin dependent diabetes.
Cortisol levels increase after exercise, and carbohydrate intake during strenuous exercise is known to decrease cortisol and catecholamine levels by maintaining glycaemia (Pedersen and Hoffman-Goetz, 2000).
5% having medical equipment (such as blood pressure, glycaemia or cholesterol measurement devices) and 38% have physical fitness equipment (e.
One of the recent studies has enlightened the public about the properties of anti-diabetic drugs by presenting various diabetes-related studies, including the rosiglitazone evaluated for cardiac outcomes and regulation of glycaemia in diabetes (RECORD) trial, which showed that the anti-diabetic drug rosiglitazone, which is marketed by GSK with the brand name Avandia, has the best rate of durable blood sugar control and was superior to other conventional diabetes medicines.
What level of glycaemia is considered to be abnormal and likely to cause damage?
2003, 'Randomised controlled community based nutrition and exercise intervention improves glycaemia and cardiovascular risk factors in type 2 diabetic patients in rural Costa Rica', Diabetes Care 26(1), 24-29.