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In our study, impaired oral glucose tolerance tests in lichen planus cases in comparison with general population were not statistically different.
Comparison between oral glucose tolerance test and insulin release test
GCT will prove to be more cost effective and less time consuming test and subject a minimum number of the women to the diagnostic oral glucose tolerance test.5 Pakistan being Asian country considered ethnic risk factor for gestational diabetes but exact prevalence of gestational diabetes in our population is not known and in most of studies it is around 3.2% for GDM and 1.9% for impaired glucose tolerance.5 This study aims at finding the prevalence of gestational diabetes and sensitivity of GCT as screening test for detection of gestational diabetes in our hospital population so that universal screening should be applied rather than selective screening.
Plasma insulin and glucose responses of healthy subjects to varying glucose loads during three-hour oral glucose tolerance tests. Diabetes 1969;19:842-51.
First, just as we now have glucose tolerance tests for determining risk of diabetes, a "fructose tolerance test" could employ FGF21 level monitoring to look for a related but subspecified set of disease risks.
There was a significant negative association between sleep duration and the 90-minute oral glucose tolerance test, with a P = .036.
Objective: To compare efficiency of glucose challenge test with oral glucose tolerance test for detection of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM).Methods: This observational cross sectional study was conducted in The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Sharif Medical and Dental College / Sharif Medical City Hospital from December 2012 to June 2013.1000 consecutive pregnant ladies were included during this period between the gestational age group of 26 to30 weeks by using convenient sampling technique after analysis of risk factors.
Average change in body weight, whole-body fat, fasting plasma glucose and 2-hour oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) were significantly improved following exercise training.
A glucose tolerance test with insulin provides your body with a single, precisely measured dose of glucose, and then measures your blood sugar and insulin responses over a total of three hours.
If the results suggest the possibility of gestational diabetes, you'll have a more sensitive glucose tolerance test, which is carried out over a three-hour period to see if you have diabetes.
All patients without a prior diagnosis or diabetes underwent assessment with an oral glucose tolerance test, following the recommendation made by the ESC and EASD in 2007.

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