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Admittedly, euglycemia is both difficult to achieve and difficult to maintain.
The five precautions are [beta]-adrenergic blockade, euglycemia, deep-vein thrombosis prophylaxis, prophylactic antibiotics, and normothermia.
Indeed, the fact that several biomarkers decreased during hyperinsulinemic euglycemia is in agreement with and lends further support to the already substantial body of evidence demonstrating that insulin confers cardioprotective benefits.
Although subjects in the placebo group spent less time in euglycemia at the end of the study compared to subjects in the Nasulin group, the difference between the two groups was not statistically significant (p-value = 0.
In addition, the patients achieved a marked improvement in glucose responsiveness as measured by a fourfold increase in the glucose infusion rate required to maintain euglycemia during a hyperinsulinemic-euglycemic clamp.
However, definition of euglycemia in TBI is unknown and the value of tight glycemic control is not established.
Insulinotropic hormone glucagon-like peptide-1 (7-37) appears not to augment insulin-mediated glucose uptake in young men during euglycemia.
Effect of euglycemia on the outcome of pregnancy in insulin-dependent diabetic women as compared with normal control subjects.
They also receive glyburide or insulin as necessary to achieve euglycemia.
The results of the Safe Pediatric Euglycemia in Cardiac Surgery (SPECS) trial, which was conducted at Boston Children's and at the University of Michigan C.
Severe amlodipine intoxication treated by hyperinsulinemia euglycemia therapy.
A: Our focus right now is restoring euglycemia, or normal blood glucose concentration, in these patients.
Poster: "Pramlintide-Induced Shift Towards Euglycemia Based on SMBG Profiles in T2DM" will be presented by Kathrin Herrmann, Ph.
Such a result suggests that blood glucose is a limiting factor for sweat production during euglycemia.
These would include people in minor car accidents who are walking at the scene without complaints and diabetics with hypoglycemic reactions who are already back to euglycemia.