Diabetes: It's Connection to Oral Health
... (HgA1C) level to determine how well your diabetes is controlled. A good value should be under 7 percent. Inform your dentist of any recent hypo or hyperglycemic
episodes. Uncontrolled diabetics are at higher risk for complications from local anesthetics (lidocaine) as well as complications with oral surgery ...
Type-1 diabetes not so much bad genes as good genes behaving badly, Stanford research shows
... finding may provide an early warning for pre-diabetics, Fathman
said. "We need to know that people are on their way to diabetes before
they get hyperglycemic
or, better, even before their insulin-producing
pancreas cells have taken a hit." Plus, the newly identified genes in
these clusters with ...
Painkiller May Prevent Diabetes-Related Retinal Damage
... levels in the diabetic mice.
"(The drug) does not solve that problem of diabetes; however, our findings do suggest that just because you are hyperglycemic
does not mean you will have diabetic retinopathy," Smith said.
She and her team are collaborating with other MCG researchers to breed mice ...
Dr. Michael Brownlee receives JDRF Rumbough Award for Scientific Excellence
... his research of benfotiamine, a synthetic derivative of the dietary supplement thiamine (vitamin B1), found that it blocked all major pathways of hyperglycemic
damage, and that it blocked formation of structural lesions in the retinas of long-term diabetic animals. His current studies include ...
FDA Approves AstraZeneca's Seroquel(R) for Maintenance Treatment in Bipolar Disorder
... short term, placebo-controlled
trials for SEROQUEL. In the pooled data of the two clinical studies, a
greater incidence of blood glucose increases to hyperglycemic
(Greater Than or Equal to 126mg/dL) was observed in patients randomized to
SEROQUEL plus lithium-or-divalproex than in patients randomized to ...
FDA Approves Abbott's FreeStyle Navigator(R) Continuous Glucose Monitoring System
... were visible to the
user. In addition, participants using a FreeStyle Navigator system who had
type 2 diabetes spent significantly less time in a hyperglycemic
Hyperglycemia (i.e., high blood sugar) is a serious problem, particularly
for people with type 2 diabetes.
About the FreeStyle Navigator ...
FDA Clears MDN-CGS(R) Intravenous Insulin Dosing Software
... decrease in mortality in our
hyperglycemic ICU patients." Currently, hospitals rely on printed procedures to calculate IV insulin
dosage based on hyperglycemic
patients' varying glucose levels. More
frequent glucose tests - as many as one or more per hour for tightly
controlled ICU patients - burden the ...
Hyperglycemic in Medical Technology
MacroGenics and Lilly Achieve Targeted Patient Enrollment in PROTEGE, a Global Phase 2/3 Clinical Trial of Teplizumab in Type 1 Diabetes
... with their food intake and daily activities, people with this form of diabetes must always be prepared for serious hypoglycemic (low blood sugar) and hyperglycemic
(high blood sugar) reactions, both of which impact quality of life and can be life threatening. This balance is especially difficult to achieve in ...
Isis Highlights New Data on Antisense Drugs to Treat Type 2 Diabetes and Obesity at ADA Scientific Sessions
Secondary improvements in glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity
Significant reduction in plasma glucose levels in extremely hyperglycemic
No harmful effects such as low blood glucose levels (hypoglycemia) or detrimental changes in kidney function with 3-6 month exposure ...
Joint Statement from the American Diabetes Association and American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists on the NICE-SUGAR Study on Intensive Versus Conventional Glucose Control in Critically Ill Patients
... measure," Dr. Etie S. Moghissi, AACE Chair of Inpatient Glycemic Control Task Force said.
Recognizing the critical importance of controlling hyperglycemic
states in conjunction with the results of recent randomized trials such as NICE-SUGAR, the two organizations recently convened a Consensus Panel to ...
Isis Highlights Robust Drug Portfolio for Diabetes and Obesity at ADA Conference
... reduced target mRNA levels in several animal species, increased
urinary glucose excretion and consequently lowered blood glucose levels and
HbA1c (in hyperglycemic
animals) without causing dangerously low levels of
blood sugar known as hypoglycemia. These data are consistent with
expectations based on human ...
Genaera Corporation Presents Promising Preclinical Type 2 Diabetes Data for Trodusquemine (MSI-1436) at Keystone Symposia
... in glucose tolerance and lowers plasma insulin
levels in diet-induced obese (DIO) mice and improves fasting blood glucose
and glucose tolerance in hyperglycemic
animal models, and that these
effects are maintained over time. In one study, the researchers reported
that four weekly treatments of MSI-1436 ...
Gentium's Defibrotide Highlighted in Poster Presentation at World
Congress of Nephrology
... a major cause of
end-stage renal failure. Heparanase plays a key role in this
aberrant remodeling of the GBM and has been shown to be
up-regulated by hyperglycemic
conditions such as found in diabetic
Discussing the results, Dr. Echart said, "Our data suggests that
Defibrotide not only has an effect ...
Monitoring Patient Glucose Levels: New Advances in software make it easier
... profiles and provides enhanced patient information to the physician. The software records patient statistics in several formats, including noting hyperglycemic
and hypoglycemia and a standard day format, as well as providing a correlation between insulin doses and glucose readings. It also includes a ...
Hyperglycemic in Medical Products
StatStrip Glucose Monitoring System
Features:... ascorbic acid, and uric acid
Fast, 6 second results
Small, 1.2 microliter sample
Excellent precision and accuracy at hypo- and hyperglycemic
Simple, color touchscreen operation
No calibration codes required
Comprehensive point-of-care connectivity and control
FDA cleared ...
GlucoWatch G2™ Biographer
Features:... for up to 13 hours
Identifies almost 6 times more hypoglycemic events than twice daily finger-stick blood glucose testing
Detects 13 times more hyperglycemic
events than twice daily finger-stick blood glucose testing
Can alert patients to potentially dangerous glucose changes
95% of GlucoWatch G2TM ...
Hyperglycemic in Medical Dictionary
... Diabetic hyperglycemic
hyperosmolar coma Definition: Diabetic hyperglycemic
hyperosmolar coma is a complication of type 2 ... of fat that can cause other ... Response, hyperglycemic
: A response resulting in a high blood sugar ...
... (using) fats rather than the sugar glucose for energy. Diabetic hyperglycemic
hyperosmolar coma Definition: Diabetic hyperglycemic
hyperosmolar coma is a complication of type 2 diabetes that results ...
... ( low blood sugar ), bacterial or fungal infection (such as meningitis ), tuberculosis , carcinoma tous meningitis ... Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic
state (HHS) is a life-threatening emergency caused by high blood sugar ( hyperglycemia ). It causes severe dehydration and the blood ...
... worn on the wrist for 24-hour monitoring of blood sugar levels. Device incorporates an alarm that is triggered when either hypoglycemic or hyperglycemic
levels are detected. A bone scan is painless , except for a mild skin prick to inject the isotope. It takes about three hours for the ...
Hyperglycemic in Biological News
High blood sugar's impact on immune system holds clues to improving islet cell transplants
... and other diseases. "Basically, your guard is down," Dr. Pacholczyk said.
Seventy percent of mice that got transplants two days after they became hyperglycemic
did not need immunosuppression, the Canadian researchers found; after nine days, the acceptance rate was reduced to about 10 percent. "The question ...
JDRF announces 2008 Scholar Award recipients
... live longer, healthier lives.
Current JDRF Scholars Include:
Dr. Michael Brownlee
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Project: Solving hyperglycemic
Memory: A Critical Obstacle to Curing Type 1 Diabetes
Dr. Michael German
Diabetes Center at the University of California San Francisco
Hyperglycemic in Biological Definition
... hormones affecting blood glucose levels:
hormones (such as glucagon , growth hormone , ... especially to dangerously low levels, release of hyperglycemic
hormones (most prominently glucagon from Islet ... to rise, though not to levels which cause acute hyperglycemic
symptoms, is not a sensible choice. Several ...