Definitions

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  • noun medicine The state of having a normal level of glucose in the blood.

Etymologies

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normo- +‎ glycemia.

Examples

  • The study authors of the NICE trial offered this understatement "Our findings suggest that a goal of normoglycemia for glucose control does not necessarily benefit critically ill patients and may be harmful"

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The study authors of the NICE trial offered this understatement "Our findings suggest that a goal of normoglycemia for glucose control does not necessarily benefit critically ill patients and may be harmful"

    Tight glucose control in ICU seems hazardous

  • There has been the hope that we could accomplish the same thing with the complications of type 2 diabetes by a similar surge of intensive treatment aimed at bringing about near normoglycemia.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • There has been the hope that we could accomplish the same thing with the complications of type 2 diabetes by a similar surge of intensive treatment aimed at bringing about near normoglycemia.

    More crumbling dogma ? -this time lower and lower blood sugar is better

  • We therefore examined pathways that may be normalized by restoration of normoglycemia with kidney-pancreas (KP) transplantation.

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  • We therefore examined pathways that may be normalized by restoration of normoglycemia with kidney-pancreas (KP) transplantation.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • We then evaluated the effect of T1D and ESRD on protein expression and the effect of KP transplantation with restoration of normoglycemia and the withdrawal of uremia.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • Pancreas transplantation is the only treatment in T1D that can restore long-term insulin independence and normoglycemia

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  • Restoration of normoglycemia and removal of uremia with KP transplant can correct these abnormalities.

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  • These findings are consistent with the hypothesis that hyperglycemia and uremia, through different mechanisms, determine persistent cellular changes of the oxidative status and pathways and that restoration of normoglycemia with KP transplantation can correct most of these biochemical abnormalities.

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