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a monosaccharide sugar that has several forms

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To compare the treatment effect on MAGE between the two groups, the analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was used, with treat groups as the fixed main effect, and mean capillary blood glucose (seven-point) at baseline as the covariate.
Artifactual hypoglycaemia in patients with systemic sclerosis is thought to be due to low capillary blood glucose levels due to reduced capillary flow, leading to deceleration of glucose transit and subsequent increased uptake of glucose by local tissues [5].
Each patient held, on average, eight capillary blood glucose monitoring throughout the day, including fasting capillary glycaemia, for about seven days.
Other important risk factors include increasing age, inadequate capillary blood glucose monitoring, and reduced carbohydrate intake (Stanisstreet, Jones, Walden & Graveling, 2010).
His capillary blood glucose level was being monitored two hourly by fingerstick method with an Accu-check Active (Roche, Germany) instant glucose testing kit and six hourly by arterial blood samples via an arterial blood gas analyser (ABL-715, Radiometer, Copenhagen).
In the first step, patients were tested for capillary blood glucose and hemoglobin [A.sub.IC].
Monitoring at least hourly in the ICU should include heart and respiratory rate, blood pressure, mental and neurologic status, fluid input and output, and capillary blood glucose level cross-checked against laboratory venous glucose level, according to the consensus statement (Pediatrics 2004;113:e133-40).
Women diagnosed with GDM were eligible to participate if they had a singleton pregnancy, could communicate in English, had been self-monitoring their capillary blood glucose levels for at least two weeks, and provided written consent.
Individuals meeting above-mentioned high-risk criteria were pricked by LHWs for capillary blood glucose level using glucometer at BHUs.
Capillary blood glucose (CBG) and continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) were used as comparators, and the study participants consisted of eight dog-human pairs.
Orders included capillary blood glucose checks every hour as well as a basic metabolic panel, serum ketones, and venous blood gases (VBGs) every two hours.
Finger prick blood specimen was taken in the morning at fasting state and after 2 hour of 75 g glucose intake to determine 2 hour capillary blood glucose.
The ACCU-CHEK Inform system has been shown to perform well for measuring capillary blood glucose under controlled conditions.