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postprandial

[pōs′pran·dē·əl]
(medicine)
After a meal.
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This is concordant with the increasing negative bias of LDL-C Plus observed postprandially in our study.
A comparison between samples collected in the fasting and nonfasting states from 43 individuals revealed a significant decrease in the SOL LDL-C results determined postprandially (1345 vs 1262 mg/L; P <0.
In 36 individuals, the mean LDL-C concentration determined postprandially by the SUR was not significantly different from the mean fasting value (1122 vs 1113 mg/L).
77 mmol/L (>140 mg/dL) even postprandially (7), the triglyceride values fluctuated widely with ingestion of food or alcohol, frequently leading to a misdiagnosis of hyperlipidemia.
The earliest version of the SPD assay (74) was validated in specimens collected postprandially.
This hypothesis is supported by findings that human endothelial cells possess receptors for FXII (7) and that FXII is activated by fatty acids in vitro (8) and increases postprandially (9).
apoB-48 ran parallel to TG concentrations postprandially.
Studies have shown, however, that these particles can remain in the circulation for an extended period of time, postprandially, even in individuals with low fasting triglyceride concentrations (19-23).
Parallel decreases in TC postprandially have also been noted in the same two subjects and would have caused them to be misclassified into NCEP risk categories as well (subject 1, 2530 mg/L fasting vs 2000 mg/L nonfasting; subject 2, 2340 mg/L fasting vs 1920 mg/L nonfasting).
Blood samples (200 mL) were drawn from an arm vein immediately before the meal as well as 30, 90, and 150 min postprandially.