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  • n. The condition of having a normal concentration of glucose in the blood

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  • That craving went away as the blood sugar level rose to its normal baseline, called euglycemia.

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  • Most surprising, the researchers said, that craving did not diminish as blood sugar levels rose to baseline euglycemia.

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  • The primary objective was to demonstrate that subjects receiving Nasulin would achieve a larger increase from baseline in the mean proportion of time spent with normal glucose levels (or in euglycemia) than those receiving placebo, as assessed by continuous glucose monitoring.

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  • Although subjects in the placebo group spent less time in euglycemia at the end of the study compared to subjects in the Nasulin group, the difference between the two groups was not statistically significant (p-value = 0.2).

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  • If stored levels are observed, a similar to metformin in thing or performance of euglycemia may augment indicated, unusually if the doses persist.

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  • During the euglycemic hyperinsulinemic clamp procedure, the mean glucose infusion rate needed to maintain euglycemia increased by 30%, from 12.9 mol kg body wt1 min1 during the usual diet to 16.8 mol kg body wt1 min1 after the

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  • But Herter goes on to say that, "Until then, our success in helping our patients approach euglycemia depends on the artful application of many types of insulin products."

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  • Management The diabetic team   Achieving euglycemia  Antepartum obstetric management 

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  • Efficacy, as measured by the proportion of time spent with normal glucose levels, or euglycemia, is being assessed using continuous glucose monitoring.

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  • "We were able to demonstrate that treatment with AAT - an agent that dampens inflammation but does not directly inhibit T-cell activation - ablates invasive insulitis and restores euglycemia [normal blood glucose concentration], immune tolerance to beta cells, normal insulin signaling and insulin responsiveness in NOD mice with recent onset Type 1 diabetes," she says.

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