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  • n. Alternative form of dysglycaemia.

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  • Hypothesis: We hypothesized that an elevated systemic proinflammatory burden correlates with dysglycemia and deregulated blood pressure.

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  • THURSDAY, March 18 (HealthDay News) -- Scientists have found evidence that older men with higher levels of selenium are less likely to suffer from dysglycemia, or improper blood-sugar metabolism.

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  • New research released today indicates that endocrine intervention in surgical patients with diabetes and dysglycemia (abnormal blood sugar) accounted for shorter hospital stays and a decrease in the expense of treating these patients.

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  • Complete Clinics of Chicago and the use of CVAC technology to aid in the battle ... men with higher levels of selenium are less likely to suffer from dysglycemia, or improper blood-sugar metabolism.

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  • During the study period, 127 new cases of dysglycemia occurred, of which 70 were in men and

    Analysis

  • She said, "Our results showed that for French elderly males, having plasma selenium concentrations in the top tertile of the population distribution (1. 19-1.97 µmol/L) was significantly associated with a lower risk of developing dysglycemia over the following nine years".

    Analysis

  • Now, research published in BioMed Central's open access journal Nutrition and Metabolism, has shown that, for men, high plasma selenium concentrations are associated with a lower occurrence of dysglycemia.

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  • Tasnime Akbaraly, from the University of Montpellier, worked with a team of researchers to follow 1162 healthy French men and women for nine years, monitoring plasma selenium concentrations and incidence of dysglycemia.

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  • She said, "Our results showed that for French elderly males, having plasma selenium concentrations in the top tertile of the population distribution (1. 19-1.97 μmol/L) was significantly associated with a lower risk of developing dysglycemia over the following nine years".

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  • Therefore, we tested the hypothesis that Cr (pic) 3 treatment of obese Zucker rats (OZR) exacerbates renal abnormalities associated with dysglycemia.

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