glycosuria


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glycosuria

[‚glī·kō′shu̇r·ē·ə]
(medicine)
Presence of sugar in the urine.
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(41) It is thought that glycosuria may promote increased food intake, and combining an SGLT-2 inhibitor with a calorie-restricted diet may provide greater weight loss.
Association of existing diabetes, gestational diabetes and glycosuria in pregnancy with macrosomia and offspring body mass index, waist and fat mass in later childhood: Findings from a prospective pregnancy cohort.
Laboratory measurements of venous blood glucose level was 600 mg/dL with glycosuria, which was not accompanied by ketonuria or acidosis.
The following symptoms are commonly monitored in diabetes patients regardless of their type: hyperglycemia, glycosuria, diuresis, decreased carbohydrate utilization, increased fat and protein catabolisms, weight loss and polyphagia, loss of resistance to infection, bilateral cataracts, coma, and death.
Glycosuria. Glycosuria was analyzed by colorimetric method (Abbott Diagnostics Kit) using an automatic biochemical analyzer (Abbott Diagnostics C.4100, Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada).
Risk factors considered were obesity (body mass index (BMI) [greater than or equal to]30 kg/[m.sup.2]), age [greater than or equal to]35 years, delivery of a baby weighing [greater than or equal to]4 000 g in a previous pregnancy, glycosuria, a history of GDM in a previous pregnancy, or a history of a baby with a congenital abnormality, an unexplained stillbirth, or recurrent pregnancy losses.
The normal local reference values were as follows: eGFR [greater than or equal to]90 mL/min/1.73 [m.sup.2]; creatinine [less than or equal to]106 [micro]mol/L; urine albumin/creatinine ratio [less than or equal to]30 mg/g; urine protein/creatinine ratio [less than or equal to]200 mg/g; serum phosphate 0.87-1.50 mmol/L; and negative glycosuria and qualitative hematuria.
The hypoglycemic effect could be explained by extrahepatic or pancreatic mechanisms, such as an increase in renal glucose excretion (glycosuria), which is rejected by short-term treatment where reduction in glycosuria was detected in EEMn-treated diabetic animals.
Fanconi Syndrome, characterized by normoglycemic glycosuria, hypophosphatemia, aminoaciduria, proteinuria, metabolic acidosis, and hypouricemia, may be caused by NtRTIs (like TDF) [16] and is widely reported in HIV-infected patients, also pediatric.
Routine urine examination revealed a 2-4 pus cells, 1-2 RBCs, and 1-2 epithelial cells, in the absence of proteinuria and glycosuria. Urine calcium/creatinine ratio was 0.49 (>0.2), which confirmed hypercalciuria.
For example, in the face of suspected case of glycosuria in an out-of-control diabetic, I use the very tip of the thumb, an old 'family point' for diabetes.
Glycosuria was present in 14 of 564 (2.5%) patients; these patients had a higher risk of proteinuria (P < 0.05) and 9 of them had some criteria for severe malaria (OR 4.4; CI 1.4-13.2).