glycemia


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glycemia

[glī′sē·mē·ə]
(physiology)
The presence of glucose in the blood.
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Similarly, biochemical tests showed lower mean values only for HDL (p < 0.01) and higher values for triglycerides (p < 0.05) in both sexes and for glycemia (p = 0, 01) in the male sex.
A secondary outcome analysis that accounted for the risk for death in incident kidney outcomes showed that in the glycemia trial, only macroalbuminuria was significantly decreased (HR, 0.68).
A question was then raised: could this variability in time to exhaustion during a strenuous swimming exercise session be attributed to the reduction of glycemia, the elevation of blood lactate level or both?
perimeter (cm) 100.96 [+ or -] 9.43 Glycemia (mg/dL) 92.04 [+ or -] 28.93 Cholesterol (mg/dL) 183.74 [+ or -] 48.55 Triglycerides (mg/dL) 182.18 [+ or -] 70.89 HDL (mg/dL) 51.67 [+ or -] 11.53 LDL (mg/dL) 95.63 [+ or -] 40.61 BP-systolic 125.73 [+ or -] 12.22 BP-diastolic 78.14 [+ or -] 7.33 Vitamin D (ng/ml) 26.33 [+ or -] 9.07 Variables Baranoa Population (n) 43 Age (anos) 64.53 [+ or -] 5.51 Height (cm) 155.49 [+ or -] 5.65 (ab) Weight (kg) 68.74 [+ or -] 8.49 (a) BMI 28.46 [+ or -] 3.42 (a) Ab.
(3) explore the factors that modulate the effect of DAA treatment on glycemia in patients with chronic hepatitis C
The objective of the present study was to examine the acute concomitant effects of dark adaptation and changes in glycemia levels on retinal vessel diameters in patients with type 2 diabetes.
In diabetic conditions, these variations act as a buffer against serum glucose fluctuations; when glycemic values are elevated, gastric emptying is delayed in order to avoid supplementary amounts of glucose reaching the intestine in a short time, thus increasing glycemia even more.
These drugs mainly aim at reducing postprandial upsurge in blood glucose level or delaying glucose release into the bloodstream, thereby modulating glycemia. Evidence holds that the way forward for a better monitoring of DM should target natural carbohydrate inhibitors ([3]) and natural antioxidants ([4]), which present little or no deleterious effects compared to the synthetic pharmaceutical molecules.
Exercise performed in the postprandial state has the ability to blunt postprandial glycemia acutely (Aadland and Hostmark, 2008; Caron et al., 1982; Colberg et al., 2014; Colberg et al., 2009; Dipietro et al., 2013; Dunstan et al., 2012; Hashimoto et al., 2013; Hostmark et al., 2006; Larsen et al., 1997; Larsen et al., 1999; Lunde et al., 2012; Nelson et al., 1982; Nygaard et al., 2009; van Dijk et al., 2013b), even when the exercise is performed at very light intensities and in small doses (Aadland and Hostmark, 2008; Bailey and Locke, 2015; Dipietro et al., 2013; Dunstan et al., 2012; Lunde et al., 2012; Nygaard et al., 2009; van Dijk et al., 2013b).
(1) in this issue of Clinical Chemistry addresses an important and practical problem, namely how to monitor glycemia in patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD).
There were likely effects on the blood pressure trial from both the glycemia and lipid trial portions of ACCORD that probably reduced the event rates in the blood pressure trial, and there was a peculiar interaction with the glycemia trial.
To determine glycemia during the experimentation, blood was collected after an overnight fasting by cutting off the tip of the tail and squeezing it gently.