hyperglycaemia love

Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of hyperglycemia.

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  • n. abnormally high blood sugar usually associated with diabetes

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Examples

  • Metabolic arthritis, hyperglycaemia with type 2 diabetes, septal rage syndrome, paranoia and renal atrophy.

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  • Dunne MJ, Shepherd RM, Cosgrove KE, Macfarlane WM, Lindley KJ, James RF, et al. Persistent hyperinsulinaemic hyperglycaemia of infancy-derived cells; implications for beta-cells that replicate in vitro.

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  • Although the available evidence indicates that insulin resistance, chronic hyperglycaemia, and associated disorders of lipid metabolism are important predictors of gall stone disease, the relationship between dietary glycaemic load and glycaemic index and the risk of gall stone disease have not been examined.

    Carbohydrates and gallstones | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • “Better control of glucose would mean less hypoglycaemia and hyperglycaemia,” says Roman Hovorka of City University, London, who has been involved in developing the device.

    World’s First Artificial Pancreas Tested | Impact Lab

  • They include control of hyperglycaemia, control of hypertension and restriction of dietary protein.

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  • Major risk factors of this condition are the level and duration of hyperglycaemia.

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  • Loewi continued his studies of carbohydrate metabolism, investigating among other things the conditions responsible for epinephrine hyperglycaemia.

    Otto Loewi - Biography

  • Earlier, in 1908, Macleod had done experimental work on the possible part played by the central nervous system in the causation of hyperglycaemia and in 1932 he returned to this subject, basing his work on the experiments done by Claude

    John Macleod - Biography

  • From a review of the work, Dr. Boyd has found that all the patients had had hyperglycaemia or even glycosuria at times, but if such occurrences were only transitory and infrequent, improvement in tolerance occurred.

    Frederick G. Banting - Nobel Lecture

  • The level at which symptoms occur is slightly higher in the diabetic with marked hyperglycaemia than in a patient whose blood sugar is normal.

    Frederick G. Banting - Nobel Lecture

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