ABG

(redirected from Admission Blood Glucose)
AcronymDefinition
ABGArterial Blood Gas (test)
ABGAsian Beach Games
ABGAssociation Bernard Gregory (Paris, France)
ABGAdmission Blood Glucose
ABGAir Bag
ABGAlveolar Bone Graft
ABGAnak Baru Gede (Indonesian: Just Turn to a Teenager)
ABGAsociación Bancaria de Guatemala (Spanish: Banking Association of Guatemala)
ABGAustralian Broadband Guarantee (initiative)
ABGAir Base Group
ABGAds by Google
ABGArtery Bypass Graft
ABGAlpha Beta Gamma (business honor society)
ABGAngkatan Babe Gue (Indonesian: My Father's Generation)
ABGAffiliated Business (Dallas, TX)
ABGAcoustic Bass Guitar
ABGAccess Business Group (Alticor Corporation)
ABGAlumni Board of Governors (various schools)
ABGAirborne Battle Group (US DoD)
ABGArtisan Builders Guild (Denville, NJ)
ABGAeroBase Group (military parts distributor)
ABGArtisan Baked Goods
ABGAnton Bruckner Gymnasium, Straubing (Straubing, Germany)
ABGAntibiogramma (antibiotic essay)
ABGAnjou Bureau Gestion (French: Anjou Office Management)
ABGAccess Border Gateway
ABGAviation Boatswain's Mate
ABGAdams Beverage Group
ABGArtisan Beef Genetics (Harvey, AR)
ABGAlaska Botanical Gardens (Anchorage, Alaska)
ABGAir Bursting Grenade
ABGAmerican Barley Genomic
ABGAsociación Becaria Guatemalteca (Association of Guatemalan Scholarship Holders)
ABGAfter-Burning Grate
ABGAviation Boatswain's Mate Gasoline Handler Petty Officer (US Navy rank)
ABGAdventure Board Game (type of RPG)
ABGAxiobuccogingival
ABGAsociación de Banqueros de Guatemala
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We found no statistically significant difference in the mortality rate between those with an admission blood glucose level of less than 140mg/dL and those with admission blood glucose greater than 140mg/dL.
However, both admission blood glucose and average blood glucose during hospitalization were associated with higher rate of complications both at the time of admission as well as during hospitalization.
Agnelli, "Predictive value of admission blood glucose level on short-term mortality in acute cerebral ischemia," Journal of Diabetes and Its Complications, vol.
Research Question 2: When controlling for co-morbidities (obesity, smoking, and hypertension), do admission blood glucose levels influence LOS in the CCU?
Patients must had an admission blood glucose level more than 140 mg and less than 400 mg/dl without laboratory evidence of diabetic ketoacidosis (serum bicarbonate less than 18 mEq/L or positive serum or urinary ketones).