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  • n. Presence of (an unusual amount of) glucose in the blood.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as glucohemia.


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  • Effects of regular physical activity on control of glycemia in pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus.

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  • The researchers also noted lowered glycemia and insulin resistance values among the high-fat/grape seed group.

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  • A study in the July 17, 2007 Annals of Internal Medicine found that older and cheaper oral drugs for Type II diabetes were just as effective at controlling glycemia and improving lipid profiles as the newer medications.

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  • And if you tend towards hypo-glycemia, tucking one in your bag is essential.

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  • This is evidence of a causal role for glycemia in CHD etiology.

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  • - Use if failure of proper diet, and control glycemia regularly.

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  • The presentation shows that orally available GLP1R PAM from Addex increased insulin secretion and decreased glycemia in response to glucose in well-known preclinical models of diabetes.

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  • "Glytec continues to provide innovative guidance systems for the effective management of metabolic conditions, principally glycemia," said Dr. Fischell.

  • Late stage data showed that these insulins led to non-inferiority in control of the rate of glycemia with a reduced risk of hypoglycemia.


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