glycose


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glycose

[′glī‚kōs]
(biochemistry)
A simple sugar whose structure is in the form either of an open-chain aldehyde or ketone or of a cyclic hemiacetal.
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At the stage of impaired glucose regulation or the preliminary stage of DM, the most effective treatment is to reduce the blood glycose to normal level, to decrease the risk factors that may damage the vessels including the inflammation caused by hyperglycemia.
The patients with ischemic stroke should be treated by thrombolytic therapy in the early phase of hyperacute cerebral infarction, and the level of blood glycose should be controlled.