After glucose stimulation, the acute insulin secretary response (AIR[sub]0′~10′)[sup], I[sub]P/I[sub]0,[sup] and the area under the glucose curve of intravenous glucose tolerance test
(AUC[sub]ins-IVGTT)[sup] were adopted to assess the first-phase insulin secretion.
GDM was diagnosed by a single elevated 2-h, 75-g glucose tolerance test
(FPG: [greater than or equal to]92 mg/dL, 1 h: [greater than or equal to]180 mg/dL and 2 h: [greater than or equal to]153 mg/dL) as defined by the IADPSG.
However, study by Suvarna et al demonstrated that the non-diabetic thalassemics showed higher fasting plasma insulin levels with increased insulin resistance index and normal plasma glucose suggesting the presence of insulin resistance before the onset of frank impaired glucose tolerance test
All women undergo glucose challenge test (GCT) and glucose tolerance test
Sleep deprivation was still the most significant factor as measured on the 90-minute glucose tolerance test
and by the whole-body insulin sensitivity index.
Based on a pilot study of 10 lean and obese adolescents, sleep duration was the primary predictor of abnormal 90-minute glucose values on oral glucose tolerance tests
I think about Perot's portfolio whenever the subject of risk tolerance tests
5 to 7 range who are not diabetic and these people also should have a glucose tolerance test
At the end of 4 weeks, exercise tolerance test
Guidelines issued in 2007 by the European Society of Cardiology and the European Association for the Study of Diabetes recommended that physicians routinely perform an oral glucose tolerance test
following an MI in patients who had not previously been diagnosed with diabetes (Eur.
These include a fasting plasma glucose (FPG) test [greater than or equal to]126 mg/dl; symptoms such as increased urination and unexplained weight loss plus an oral glucose tolerance test
(OGTT) of [greater than or equal to]200 mg/dl; an OGTT of [greater than or equal to]200 mg/dl two hours after a 75-gram glucose load; and an A1C of [greater than or equal to]6.
All 399 participants had a normal glucose tolerance test
10 - 12 weeks into pregnancy, but were considered high risk because of their body mass index (at least 25), history (macrosomia or gestational diabetes in a previous pregnancy), or family history.