and its control with insulin in critically ill patients: current evidence.
Faria et al., "Influence on prognosis and prevalence of stress hyperglycemia
in a cohort of patients with acute coronary syndrome," Revista Brasileira de Terapia Intensiva, vol.
DISCUSSION: HbA1c estimation clearly and quickly differentiates stress hyperglycemia
from hyperglycemia of diabetes mellitus in ACS.
leads to an increased incidence of infection and higher morbidity and mortality in severely traumatic patients .
This type of acute BG fluctuation may be a reflection of the stress hyperglycemia
and BG variability that is known to be associated with an increased risk for death (Egi et al., 2006; Krinsley, 2007) and offer early warning of clinical worsening for the bedside nurse.
(1-5) Both acute phase hyperglycemia (Stress hyperglycemia
) and diabetes are associated with adverse outcomes in acute myocardial infarction (MI), with higher reported incidences of congestive heart failure, cardiogenic shock, and death.
In non-ICU patients with diabetes or stress hyperglycemia
, a scheduled subcutaneous insulin administration plan with basal, nutritional, and supplemental/corrective components is recommended.
and prognosis of stroke in nondiabetic and diabetic patients: a systematic overview.
NICE, FRANCE -- A new study suggests that stress hyperglycemia
may be an important predictor of morbidity and mortality in nondiabetic patients with sepsis.
He talked about stress hyperglycemia
and said that illness leads to stress and it then leads to hyperglycemia during MI.
Objective: To compare short term mortality in non-diabetic ischemic stroke patients with or without stress hyperglycemia
On the one hand, serious AMI can cause stress hyperglycemia
, resulting from a surge of stress hormones such as adrenaline, noradrenalin, and cortisol which induce or exacerbate an insulin-resistant state .
Prevalence of stress hyperglycemia
among patients attending a paediatric emergency department.
and increased risk of death after Myocardial Infarction in patients with and without diabetes: A systematic review.
Moreover, a significantly higher percentage of septic patients with stress hyperglycemia
died, compared with those participants who had normal glucose levels (43.4% vs.