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HIE

(Health Information Exchange) A service that enables exchange of healthcare information between hospitals and regions. The information is not only used to provide medical data for people who move to a different geographic area, but also to provide statistics for public health in general. There are many regional health information organizations (RHIOs) throughout the U.S. that are involved in health information exchange (HIE), and the terms RHIO and HIE are used synonymously. See NHIN and healthcare IT.
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When the bird received a dose of 8 IU/kg IM of insulin compounded at 40 IU/ mL, euglycemia was inconsistently achieved, and glucosuria was minimal.
3 days later, a dose of 1000 units/d PEG-CAT was intraperitoneally injected into nude mice (euglycemia + PEG-CAT and hyperglycemia + PEG-CAT groups).
Human brain glycogen content is about 3.5 [micro]mol/g that is three- to four-fold higher than free glucose at euglycemia. [sup][27] In astrocytes, glycogen is continuously synthesized and degraded.
Blood glucose was measured at bedside and glucose was infused by a computer-controlled infusion pump at rates adjusted according to blood glucose levels in order to uphold euglycemia. Fstl3 was measured in plasma from samples at -15 minutes before the start of the clamp and at 45 min, 1 h 45 min, 2 h 45 min, 3 h 45 min, and 4 h 45 min relative to the start of the clamp.
Medical nutritional therapy is the initial step in attaining euglycemia in gestational diabetes (36).
Glucose requirements to maintain euglycemia after moderate-intensity afternoon exercise in adolescents with type 1 diabetes are increased in a biphasic nranner.
Efficacy, as measured by the proportion of time spent with normal glucose levels, or euglycemia, is being assessed using continuous glucose monitoring.
Normal levels of [HbA.sub.lc] in nondiabetic patients indicate that even euglycemia and/or brief periods of hyperglycemia cause glycosylation of hemoglobin A and result in accumulation over time.
In addition, the patients achieved a marked improvement in glucose responsiveness as measured by a fourfold increase in the glucose infusion rate required to maintain euglycemia during a hyperinsulinemic-euglycemic clamp.
These would include people in minor car accidents who are walking at the scene without complaints and diabetics with hypoglycemic reactions who are already back to euglycemia. Then there is the widespread abuse of ambulance systems by people who don't want to get a cab or ask for a ride, or who want to dramatize their trip to the ER.
However, definition of euglycemia in TBI is unknown and the value of tight glycemic control is not established.
It has been used alone or in combination with sulfonylurea therapy to achieve euglycemia. Metformin has not been associated with hypoglycemia, weight gain, or lactic acidosis.