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1958 24
1959 17
1960 12
1961 39
1962 25
1964 1
1965 29
1966 54
1967 59
1968 83
1969 74
1970 89
1971 74
1972 101
1973 143
1974 181
1975 177
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1977 197
1978 214
1979 257
1980 294
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1982 314
1983 306
1984 359
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1986 328
1987 387
1988 397
1989 379
1990 444
1991 481
1992 454
1993 473
1994 374
1995 408
1996 415
1997 362
1998 377
1999 402
2000 403
2001 470
2002 493
2003 475
2004 521
2005 581
2006 697
2007 780
2008 953
2009 1020
2010 951
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2014 1285
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2018 1040
2019 426
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What is a normal blood glucose?
Güemes M, et al. Arch Dis Child 2016 - Review. PMID 26369574
Just after birth, for the first few hours of life in a normal term neonate appropriate for gestational age, blood glucose levels can range between 1.4 mmol/L and 6.2 mmol/L but by about 72 h of age fasting blood glucose levels reach normal infant, child and adult values (3.5-5.5 mmol/L). Normal blood glucose levels are maintained within this narrow range by factors which control glucose production and glucose utilisation. ...
Just after birth, for the first few hours of life in a normal term neonate appropriate for gestational age, blood glucose leve …
Blood glucose screening among elderly Malaysians: Who to target?
Cheah YK and Goh KL. J Diabetes 2017. PMID 26872319
BACKGROUND: Early detection of raised blood glucose can reduce the risk of developing diabetes. Despite being a high-risk group, a significant proportion of the elderly population does not undergo blood glucose screening. ...RESULTS: Income, age, education, ethnicity, employment status, availability of medical coverage, and smoking behavior were significantly associated with blood glucose screening. ...
BACKGROUND: Early detection of raised blood glucose can reduce the risk of developing diabetes. Despite being a high-risk grou …
A meta-analysis of blood glucose effects on human decision making.
Orquin JL and Kurzban R. Psychol Bull 2016. PMID 26653865
The academic and public interest in blood glucose and its relationship to decision making has been increasing over the last decade. ...We did not find a uniform influence of blood glucose on decision making. Instead, we found that low levels of blood glucose increase the willingness to pay and willingness to work when a situation is food related, but decrease willingness to pay and work in all other situations. ...
The academic and public interest in blood glucose and its relationship to decision making has been increasing over the last de …
High-normal blood glucose levels may be associated with decreased spatial perception in young healthy adults.
Razzak RA, et al. PLoS One 2018. PMID 29902276 Free PMC article.
Baseline blood glucose reading was obtained prior to commencing the CRFT test. Blood glucose levels at the time of testing decreased as the duration between the last meal and testing increased. A blood glucose range of 62-117 mg/dl was achieved among participants for this study. Linear regression analysis showed that blood glucose level at testing correlated positively with all alignment spatial error parameters, indicating a probable reduction of spatial perception ability with higher blood glucose levels. ...
Baseline blood glucose reading was obtained prior to commencing the CRFT test. Blood glucose levels at the time …
Glucotypes reveal new patterns of glucose dysregulation.
Hall H, et al. PLoS Biol 2018. PMID 30040822 Free PMC article.
Current methods for quantifying blood glucose dysregulation in diabetes and prediabetes are limited by reliance on single-time-point measurements or on average measures of overall glycemia and neglect glucose dynamics. ...Measurement of insulin resistance and secretion highlights the fact that the physiology underlying dysglycemia is highly variable between individuals. ...
Current methods for quantifying blood glucose dysregulation in diabetes and prediabetes are limited by reliance on single-time …
Central Regulation of Glucose Homeostasis.
Tups A, et al. Compr Physiol 2017 - Review. PMID 28333388
The ability of the brain to directly control glucose levels in the blood independently of its effects on food intake and body weight has been known ever since 1854 when Claude Bernard, a French physiologist, discovered that lesioning the floor of the fourth ventricle in rabbits led to a rise of sugar in the blood. ...Technological advances including the generation of brain insulin receptor null mice revealed that insulin action specifically in the central nervous system is required for the regulation of glucose metabolism, particularly in the modulation of hepatic glucose production. ...
The ability of the brain to directly control glucose levels in the blood independently of its effects on food intake and body …
Blood glucose and human memory.
Benton D and Owens DS. Psychopharmacology (Berl) 1993 - Clinical Trial. PMID 7862833
There was a significant correlation between blood glucose values and the number of words recalled. Those whose blood glucose levels were increasing remembered significantly more words than those whose blood glucose levels were falling. ...The glucose-induced improvement in memory did not occur only in those whose blood glucose levels were initially low; rather it occurred irrespective of initial blood glucose level....
There was a significant correlation between blood glucose values and the number of words recalled. Those whose blood
Four grams of glucose.
Wasserman DH. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 2009 - Review. PMID 18840763 Free PMC article.
Four grams of glucose circulates in the blood of a person weighing 70 kg. This glucose is critical for normal function in many cell types. ...Our focus has been on the mechanisms by which the flux of glucose from liver to blood and from blood to skeletal muscle is regulated. ...
Four grams of glucose circulates in the blood of a person weighing 70 kg. This glucose is critical for normal function …
An artificial pancreas provided a novel model of blood glucose level variability in beagles.
Munekage M, et al. J Artif Organs 2015. PMID 26253251
After 1 h of stabilization, automatic blood glucose control was initiated using the artificial pancreas. Blood glucose level varied for 8 h, alternating between the target blood glucose values of 170 and 70 mg/dL. ...Blood glucose swings were achieved 9.8 ± 2.3 times. The average blood glucose level was 128.1 ± 5.1 mg/dL with an SD of 44.6 ± 3.9 mg/dL. ...
After 1 h of stabilization, automatic blood glucose control was initiated using the artificial pancreas. Blood gluco
Calibration in dogs of a subcutaneous miniaturized glucose sensor using a glucose meter for blood glucose determination.
Poitout V, et al. Biosens Bioelectron 1992. PMID 1457093
The feasibility of calibrating a glucose sensor by using a wearable glucose meter for blood glucose determination and moderate variations of blood glucose concentration was assessed. ...The regression between plasma glucose (x) and whole blood glucose (y) was y = 1.12x-0.08 mM (n = 114 values, r = 0.96, p = 0.0001). ...
The feasibility of calibrating a glucose sensor by using a wearable glucose meter for blood glucose determinatio …
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