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postprandial

[pōs′pran·dē·əl]
(medicine)
After a meal.
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The aim of the present study was to observe the effects of a single serve of luncheon meat enriched with ~190 mg of LC n-3 PUFA postprandially (the acute study) and the effect of a daily serve of luncheon meat enriched with ~190 mg of LC n-3 PUFA for three weeks (the chronic study) on plasma LC n-3 PUFA status in human subjects.
19] These tests can be performed in the nonfasting state, although HDL cholesterol levels will be slightly lower postprandially, as discussed earlier.
Given gastrin 17's effect of increased episodes of TLESRs with GER, Aphton believes that a reduction of gastrin 17 should also lead to a reduction of these episodes, in particular postprandially (i.
Biliary colic is associated with right upper quadrant or epigastric pain that begins postprandially.
Albumin concentrations in the CGPS were significantly lower in nonfasting individuals than in fasting individuals (approximately 4%-5% lower at 1-2 h postprandially, as graphically read, P < 0.
1c] was not significantly associated with measures of glucose liability (amplitude of excursions, rate of change, or percentage of sensor readings above 250-300 mg/dL), thus refuting the conclusions from other studies that high glucose values, such as those often seen postprandially, contribute disproportionately to the [HbA.
Released postprandially from the distal gastrointestinal tract, PYY inhibits the release of a neuropeptide that stimulates food intake.
Gallbladder volume was recorded postprandially at 5, 15, 30, 60, 120, and 180 minutes.
Studies investigating the effect of meals on lab values have found that triglycerides are consistently elevated postprandially, to a maximum of 12 hours.
However, triglycerides are present at higher concentrations postprandially in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) patients than in nondiabetic individuals (36-38).
There was no significant difference in the percentage reflux times between uptight and supine periods (perhaps because of the high use of anti-Trendelenburg's positioning of the bed in children with cerebral palsy), but compared with uptight periods, the percentage reflux time postprandially was significantly greater.