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BBIT Basal-bolus insulin treatment BGC Blood glucose concentration NPH Neutral protamine Hagedorn PPH Postprandial hyperglycemia SFC Serum fructosamine concentration Footnotes a. Humulin-N, Eli Lily and Co, Indianapolis, Ind. b

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reported 7 to increase the risk of morbidity in hospitalized patients, whereas parenteral nutrition has in turn been found to reduce the morbidity rate for malnourished patients. Hyperglycemia can develop when parenteral nutrition is provided to humans

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insulin secretion or sensitivity, compared with domestic ruminants. These high blood glucose concentrations are thought to be normal in camelids, although a number of hyperglycemic disorders have been described, including stress hyperglycemia, 2

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resistance is linked to cardiovascular disease in humans through its effects on the vascular endothelium, 6 and this mechanism is also being examined in horses. 7 Resting hyperglycemia is not a common component of EMS in horses, 4 but abnormal glucose

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sustained hyperglycemia, hyperinsulinemia, and hypertriglyceridemia. In contrast, other investigators have reported 9 that administration of a single dose of hydrocortisone increased insulin sensitivity in healthy horses. Differences in study design

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manner. Neonatal llamas have a stronger insulin response to hyperglycemia and are more insulin sensitive than adults, 10 and the administration of a synthetic GLP-1 mimetic to adult alpacas enhances their insulin response and ability to clear glucose. 11

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, or anticonvulsants) within 3 months before diagnosis. Diagnosis of nonketoacidotic diabetes mellitus (DM group; n = 21 cats) was made on the basis of clinical signs (polyuria, polydipsia, and weight loss) with hyperglycemia and concurrent glycosuria

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infused with the goal of separating the effects of extracellular iCa on serum and urinary electrolytes from effects attributable to gluconate. The authors were not certain as to whether the administration of gluconate salts would result in hyperglycemia or

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in 52 of 200 (26%) assessments. None of the assessments revealed the Somogyi effect (hypoglycemia or rapid decrease of glycemia followed by marked hyperglycemia induced by an excessive dose of insulin). Total clinical score was significantly ( P

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during diestrus. 7,8 In addition to dogs with overt diabetes, there may be some Elkhounds with subclinical hyperglycemia during diestrus that have aberrations in their insulin response, without overt clinical signs of diabetes. The purpose of the study

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