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*  Glucose tolerance test
... whereas higher glucose levels indicate hyperglycemia. Blood plasma glucose between 7.8 mmol/L (140 mg/dL) and 11.1 mmol/L (200 ...
*  Neuroglycopenia
Chronic hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia seems to result in an increase or decrease in efficiency of transfer to maintain CNS ...
*  Stress hyperglycemia
Steroid diabetes is a specific and prolonged form of stress hyperglycemia. People who have experienced stress hyperglycemia ... Stress hyperglycemia (also called stress diabetes or diabetes of injury) is a medical term referring to transient elevation of ... Stress hyperglycemia is especially common in patients with hypertonic dehydration and those with elevated catecholamine levels ... "Stress hyperglycaemia in critically ill patients and the subsequent risk of diabetes: a systematic review and meta-analysis". ...
*  Hyperglycemia
... , or high blood sugar (also spelled hyperglycaemia or hyperglycæmia) is a condition in which an excessive amount ... Chronic hyperglycemia can be measured via the HbA1c test. The definition of acute hyperglycemia varies by study, with mmol/l ... Acute hyperglycemia can be treated by direct administration of insulin in most cases. Severe hyperglycemia can be treated with ... In fact, chronic hyperglycemia is the defining characteristic of the disease. Intermittent hyperglycemia may be present in ...
*  Neonatal diabetes mellitus
Hyperglycemia affects the pancreas, kidneys, and body's tissues. Characterization of hyperglycemia is high blood glucose, high ... Hyperglycemia A condition characterized as high blood glucose, which occurs when the body has too little insulin or when the ... "Hyperglycemia (High Blood Glucose)". American Diabetes Association. Retrieved 2017-11-07. "Hypoglycemia (Low Blood Glucose)". ...
*  Anil Kumar Mandal
Hiebert Linda M., Han Juying, and Mandal Anil Kumar (2014). "Glycosaminoglycans, Hyperglycemia, and Disease". Antioxidants & ...
*  Glucose test
Glucose meter Hyperglycemia Hypoglycemia MedlinePlus > Blood glucose monitoring Update Date: 6/17/2008. Updated by: Elizabeth H ...
*  Hallucinatory palinopsia
Johnson, SF; Loge, RV (Mar 1988). "Palinopsia due to nonketotic hyperglycemia". The Western journal of medicine. 148 (3): 331-2 ... Causes of seizures that are reported to cause palinopsia include metabolic disturbances (hyperglycemia, carnitine deficiency), ...
*  Life expectancy
Kumar PN, Thomas B (2011). "Hyperglycemia associated with olanzapine treatment". Indian J Psychiatry. 53: 176-7. doi:10.4103/ ...
*  Co-amilozide
Metabolic.: Hyperglycemia in diabetic patients, hyperuricemia. Musculoskeletal.: Pain in the limbs. British National Formulary ...
*  Hypothermia
Hyperglycemia may be present, as glucose consumption by cells and insulin secretion both decrease, and tissue sensitivity to ... Marx 2010 p.1869 Altus P, Hickman JW (May 1981). "Accidental hypothermia: hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia". West. J. Med. 134 (5 ...
*  Thiazide
Chronic administration is associated with hyperglycemia. Thiazides cause loss of blood potassium, while conserving blood ... Hyperglycemia Hyperlipidemia Hyperuricemia - Hypercalcemia Hyponatremia Hypomagnesemia Hypocalciuria The thiazide diuretics ...
*  Discovery and development of gliflozins
These effects cause maintenance of hyperglycemia. Because sodium is absorbed at the same time as glucose via SGLT-2, the ...
*  Parenteral nutrition
Hyperglycemia is common at the start of therapy, but can be treated with insulin added to the TPN solution. Hypoglycaemia is ... This can be related to hyperglycemia. Pregnancy can cause major complications when trying to properly dose the nutrient mixture ... effectiveness in prevention of hyperglycemia and infectious complications--a randomized clinical trial" (PDF). Critical Care ...
*  Metformin
Suchard JR; Grotsky TA (August 2008). "Fatal metformin overdose presenting with progressive hyperglycemia". West J Emerg Med. 9 ... "Management of hyperglycemia in type 2 diabetes: a patient-centered approach: position statement of the American Diabetes ... hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia. Treatment of metformin overdose is generally supportive, as no specific antidote is known. ...
*  Oral manifestations of systemic disease
Hyperglycemia can be detected by sampling saliva. Investigations into the influence of polycystic ovarian syndrome on the oral ...
*  Furosemide
Hyperglycemia is also a common side effect. The tendency, as for all loop diuretics, to cause low serum potassium concentration ...
*  First aid
Hyperglycemia (diabetic coma) and Hypoglycemia (insulin shock). Hypothermia, or Exposure, occurs when a person's core body ...
*  Chronic Somogyi rebound
One simple way to determine if nocturnal hypoglycemia may be causing morning hyperglycemia is to have the patient have a high ... Also called the Somogyi effect and posthypoglycemic hyperglycemia, it is a rebounding high blood sugar that is a response to ... Michael Somogyi (www.whonamedit.com) Somogyi, M; Kirstein, M (1938). "Insulin as a cause of extreme hyperglycemia and ... Occasionally, insufficient insulin can result in hyperglycemia. The appropriate response is to take a correction dose of ...
*  Neutrophil
Xiu, Fangming; Stanojcic, Mile; Diao, Li; Jeschke, Marc G. (8 May 2014). "Stress Hyperglycemia, Insulin Treatment, and Innate ... Decreases in neutrophil function have been linked to hyperglycemia. Dysfunction in the neutrophil biochemical pathway ... myeloperoxidase as well as reduced degranulation are associated with hyperglycemia. The Absolute neutrophil count (ANC) is also ...
*  Pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction
Persistent hyperglycemia and glucosuria are very commonly seen. Hyperlipidemia may be present, especially in ponies. Other ... Attitude, activity levels, hyperglycemia, and increased drinking and urination are usually improved within 30 days of ...
*  Hypoglycemia
Hyperglycemia, a high blood sugar, is the opposite condition. Throughout a 24‑hour period blood plasma glucose levels are ... Hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) is the opposite condition. Among people with diabetes, prevention is by matching the foods ... Overfeeding does not speed recovery and if the person has diabetes will simply produce hyperglycemia afterwards. A mnemonic ...
*  Blood sugar level
Long-term hyperglycemia causes many of the long-term health problems including heart disease, eye, kidney, and nerve damage. ... A persistently high level is referred to as hyperglycemia; low levels are referred to as hypoglycemia. Diabetes mellitus is ... The most common cause of hyperglycemia is diabetes. When diabetes is the cause, physicians typically recommend an anti-diabetic ... Without discounting the potentially quite serious conditions and risks due to or oftentimes accompanying hyperglycemia, ...
*  Hemiballismus
Play media Nonketotic Hyperglycemia Patients with nonketotic hyperglycemia can develop hemiballismus as a complication to the ... While the hyperglycemia itself is not the cause of the hemiballistic movements, it has been suggested that petechial hemorrhage ... This could be hyperglycemia, infections, or neoplastic lesions. Some patients may not even need treatment because the disorder ... which suggests that there may be some genetic disposition to development of hemiballismus as a result of hyperglycemia. ...
*  Smart insulin
Its purpose is to treat and prevent hyperglycemia. Smart insulin is supposed to adapt by releasing either less or more insulin ...