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New target for antidiabetic agents identified

...Hepatic overexpression of TRB3 was associated with hyperglycemia and glucose intolerance. Based on these findings, the researchers suggest that TRB3 may be an "attractive drug target in the treatment of type II diabetes."...

Blood Sugar Linked to Deaths in ICU

...tritional supplements. Previous studies have shown hyperglycemia can worsen outcomes for patients. Researchers from...ut decided to investigate the relationship between hyperglycemia and hospital mortality. Overall, mortality rates rose as average glucose levels rose, with the low...

Link Between Hyperglycemia & Hospital Mortality

...tritional supplements. Previous studies have shown hyperglycemia can worsen outcomes for patients. Researchers investigated more than 1,800 consecutive patients admitted to the hospital for various causes.Overall, mortality rates rose as average glucose levels rose, with the lowest rate of death (9.6 percent) se...

Diabetes A Common Problem In The Elderly

...tritional supplements. Previous studies have shown hyperglycemia can worsen outcomes for patients. Researchers investigated more than 1,800 consecutive patients admitted to the hospital for various causes.Overall, mortality rates rose as average glucose levels rose, with the lowest rate of death (9.6 percent) see...

Junk Food Causes High Level Of Insulin Resistance In Children

...lucose builds up in your blood, a condition called hyperglycemia For more information: http://www.medindia.net/patients/ patientinfo/diabetes_about.htm...

An Exploration into Erectile Dysfunction in Diabetics

...on not only asserts the physiological relevance of hyperglycemia and how it affects erection but also provides insights into vascular disease using erection as a model....

Dietary intake of Vitamin E by type 2 diabetics for prevention of atherosclerosis

...die of an atherosclerotic event. In these patients hyperglycemia per se confers increased risk for cardiovascular disease, and so the presence of even borderline-high-risk LDL-C signals the need for more aggressive LDL-lowering therapy. Most of the lipid-lowering agents, currently in use in the treatment of dyslip...

Dietary intake of Vitamin E by type 2 diabetics for prevention of atherosclerosis

...of an atherosclerotic event//. In these patients hyperglycemia per se confers increased risk for cardiovascular disease, and so the presence of even borderline-high-risk LDL-C signals the need for more aggressive LDL-lowering therapy. Most of the lipid-lowering agents, currently in use in the treatment of dyslip...

Aspirin May Protect Against Hyperglycemia With Diabetes

... endothelial cells from the deleterious effects of hyperglycemia associated with diabetes....

Severe Hypoglycemia And Spatial Memory In Children With Type 1 Diabetes

...re or after 5 years of age. Information on chronic hyperglycemia (HbA1c values) was also collected. It was found th... of type 1 diabetes onset and estimates of chronic hyperglycemia did not influence performance. The authors suggest that this information should be used in assess...

GRIP a boon for the nurses to monitor patients glucose levels.

...g blood glucose level is necessary to avoid stress hyperglycemia - an insulin resistance condition that causes glucose levels to go up and has been shown to decrease patient survival. Mathijs Vogelzang and colleagues from University Medical Center Groningen in the Netherlands implemented GRIP in a 12-bed ICU, fo...

Fat rich diet is real dangerous and predispose lifestyle diseases.

...gger which begins the chain of events leading from hyperglycemia to insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes. This finding suggests new approaches to the prevention and treatment of diabetes.” "Our findings suggest that the current human epidemic in type 2 diabetes may be a result of GnT-4a enzyme deficiency," sa...

How safe is the drug Tequin?

...erious cases of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) and hyperglycemia in patients receiving Tequin. The drug got its approval in 1999 but since then there has been rare cases of life-threatening events occurring globally in patients treated with the drug. Most of the cases were reversed but a few were fatal. The...

Abnormal Glucose Metabolism May Contribute to Chronic Nerve Disorder

...write. "Both tests are, however, useful to detect hyperglycemia [high blood sugar] and the consequences of disordered glucose metabolism." According to the two-hour oral glucose tolerance test, 62 patients (62 percent) with neuropathy had abnormal fasting glucose metabolism, including 24 with undiagnosed diabe...

Glucose Sensor That Controls Glucose Metabolism Identified

...oxysterols suggests that LXR may be a link between hyperglycemia and atherosclerosis." In fact, Saez and his colleagues originally looked at LXR as a drug target for atherosclerosis. But when they fed synthetic LXR ligands to mice to induce activation, they discovered that the mice metabolized glucose more effe...

New Research May Pave the Way for Shorter Hospital Stays for Diabetes Patients

...ukes Hospital in Jacksonville, FL, said. “However, hyperglycemia being the fourth most common co-morbid condition in the hospital, clinical pathways for glucose management can be successfully delivered by hospitalists and house staff physicians.” Source-Newwise SRM...

Iron Clothes to Lower Blood Sugar Levels

... Chronically high blood glucose concentrations or hyperglycemia are recognised as a precursor of type 2 diabetes and are associated with an elevated risk of heart attacks and strokes. The study is published this month in the international journal Diabetes Care. Participants in the research, aged between 30 a...

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