• insulin
  • Hyperglycemia not requiring exogenous insulin. (health.am)
  • Even insulin therapy did not achieve the therapeutic goal of near-normal glycemia because of the difficulty in treating marked hyperglycemia and the risk for hypoglycemic episodes. (ox.ac.uk)
  • Postprandial Hypoglycemia of gastrointestinal tract origin (sometimes called the "dumping syndrome") most often occurs after gastric surgery and results from unusually swift or complete gastric emptying of ingested carbohydrate into the duodenum, resulting in abnormally high blood glucose levels and temporary hypoglycemia after hastily produced insulin has overcome the initial hyperglycemia. (med-life.net)