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postprandial

[pōs′pran·dē·əl]
(medicine)
After a meal.
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Correlation Between Fasting Plasma Glucose, Post Prandial Glucose and GlycatedHaemoglobin and Fructosamine.
The glycemic control of the subjects was measured in terms of fasting and post prandial blood sugar levels.
While liraglutide, an intermediate acting GLP1RA, acts equally on the both these parameters, the short acting lixisenatide has a greater effect on post prandial glucose.
30+6 (SD), mean post prandial plasma glucose (PPPG) was 191.
49) * SBP: Systolic Blood Pressure; DBP: Diastolic Blood Pressure; FBS: Fasting Blood Sugar; PPBS: Post Prandial Blood Sugar; Values are represented as mean (standard deviation); * Values are significant at 5% level; ** Values are significant at 1% level Table-2: Distribution of Subjects in Different Categories of BMI and BP BMI Classes Normal BP Pre-HT Stage I HT Stage II HT Normal Weight (n=57) 20 (35%) 37 (65%) 0 0 Underweight (n = 26) 9 (35%) 17 (65%) 0 0 Overweight (n = 24) 4 (17%) 17 (71%) 3 (12%) 0 Obese (n = 56) 3 (5%) 32 (57%) 9 (16%) 12 (22%) Values are expressed as No.
However, during the phase of treatment with Humalog Mix75/25, patients' glucose levels were most similar to patterns seen in non-diabetic patients, with a substantial decrease in post prandial (post meal) glucose levels.
Premixed insulin regimes target fasting, post prandial (post breakfast) and pre-dinner glucose values, while basal insulins target only fasting glycaemia.
Finally, based on fasting glucose/insulin ratio and post prandial insulin we divided our study population into -insulin-resistant PCOS and insulin sensitive PCOS.
This is especially so in the modern climate of result-oriented praxis focusing on the end result of achieving the glycaemic triad of HbA1c fasting glycaemia and post prandial glycaemia.
Upper abdominal pain/discomfort, nausea, vomiting, bloating, post prandial fullness, belching and early satiety) for a period of one month.
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