glycemia


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glycemia

[glī′sē·mē·ə]
(physiology)
The presence of glucose in the blood.
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The three-year joint lab also will exploit both real and simulated data to improve insulin physiology numerical models with a focus on how physical activity and emotional states affect glycemia levels.
The caveat is that the hemoglobin Alc may underestimate glycemia in HIV patients.
Fructosamine, the product of post-translational glycation of serum proteins, predominantly albumin, provides a reflection of glycemia over a shorter time frame than does HbA1c.
Some guidelines have suggested that it may be helpful to include information on glycemia measures such as Hb[A.
Later, all the participants were tested for the bio-markers such as rate of glycemia and lipid, immune system, functioning of liver and kidneys, inflammation and ferrous toxicity.
Hernandez and her colleagues found that women tolerated higher-complex carb/low-glycemic index diets and that diets higher in unrefined carbs effectively blunted postprandial glycemia, reduced the need for insulin therapy, and improved insulin sensitivity, hemoglobin [A.
Meanwhile, since most patients with high 1-hour glycemia also have high fasting glucose, high postprandial glucose or dyslipidemia, the study population is not large.
The factors were anthropometry, glycemia, blood pressure and dyslipidemia given the cumulative percent of variance of 69.
In addition to providing the seniors with their own clothing and helping them with hygiene such as showering and shaving, the staff performed blood pressure and glycemia checks, provided physical therapy and regular activities, conducted tuberculosis screening and cognitive screening, and contacted family members.
In a separate study, FraxiPure[TM] reduced glycemia in healthy volunteers, following an oral glucose tolerance test.
He said that although the degree of glycemia in diabetic patients is strongly related to the risk of microvascular complications, the relation of glycemia to macrovascular disease in diabetes is more modest.