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Topics covered include medication management, blood glucose monitoring, exercise, complication prevention, and nutrition with an emphasis on carbohydrate counting, sodium and fats.
Sentsov, who had been drinking water, has agreed to be put on a glucose drip after doctors warned that the effects of his hunger strike were approaching irreversible stages.
As the neural cells released more dopamine, the rate at which other cells absorbed glucose from the rodents’ blood picked up.
Overall, the use of telemedicine was found to either lead to similar outcomes as face-to-face visits (in managing heart failure, for instance) or to better care (in controlling blood glucose, for example, in people with diabetes).
First, let’s talk about the G6 continuous glucose monitor, or CGM, from San Diego’s Dexcom.
Abbott’s Libre glucose monitor also doesn’t require finger pricks.
Nurses didn’t complete blood work and neurological assessments, monitor blood glucose levels and do other checks.
During youth, bioresilience returns elevated blood pressure, glucose and inflammation to baseline.
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GLUCOSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of glucose for English Language Learners
: a type of sugar that is found in plants and fruits
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