(redirected from Capillary Blood Glucose)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Related to Capillary Blood Glucose: Fasting Blood Sugar
Category filter:
CBGCar Buyers Guide
CBGCanadian Brigade Group
CBGCommercial Banking Group
CBGCorticosteroid Binding Globulin
CBGCommunity Bank Group (various organizations)
CBGConsulting Business Group Inc.
CBGComics Buyer's Guide
CBGChicago Botanic Garden
CBGComic Book Guy (The Simpsons)
CBGCigar Box Guitar
CBGCompagnie des Bauxites de Guinée (French: Bauxite Company of Guinea; Guinea)
CBGCinema Buying Group
CBGCapillary Blood Glucose
CBGCharities Buying Group
CBGCharlie Boy Gang (band)
CBGCarrier Battle Group
CBGCleveland Botanical Garden
CBGCenter for Business and Government
CBGCapillary Blood Gas
CBGCampaign Builders' Guild (gaming guild)
CBGChina Business Guide (China)
CBGComic Book Galaxy (website)
CBGClean Burning Gasoline
CBGComic Book Geek
CBGCrazy Boys Generation (band)
CBGCharlier-Brabo Group (Belgium)
CBGCambridge, England, United Kingdom - Cambridge (Airport Code)
CBGConcrete Box Girder (construction)
CBGCorporate Business Group
CBGCoronary Bypass Graft
CBGCommunity Block Grant
CBGCaught Being Good (education)
CBGCompagnie des Bois du Gabon (French: Gabon Timber Company; Gabon)
CBGCollins Bird Guide (UK)
CBGCarlson Barbee & Gibson (California civil engineering firm)
CBGCenter for Biomedicine and Genetics (Duarte, CA)
CBGChemometrics and Bioinformatics Group (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
CBGCreepy Bald Guy (Fringe TV show)
CBGChip the Beer Guy
CBGChaotic Blader Games
CBGCouelle, Bretones, Garcia (French architecture firm)
CBGComputer Buyer's Guide
CBGCarlos Britt Gisbert (Konsult & Information AB, Sundbybert, Sweden)
CBGCathelineau, Bagouet, Guevenoux (French law firm)
CBGCatapult Brands Group (Miami Beach, FL)
CBGCardiac Bypass Graft (surgical procedure)
CBGCarolina Building Group (Charlotte, NC and Lancaster, SC)
CBGCommercial Buyers Guide
CBGClub de Billard de Grosbliederstroff (French: Grosbliederstroff Billiard Club; Grosbliederstroff, France)
CBGComptoir du Bureau Ghielmini, SA (French: Office Desk Ghielmini, SA; Switzerland)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
There was no significant difference in mean capillary blood glucose (seven-point/day) at baseline between group A (13.6 [+ or -] 2.5 mmol/L) and group B (14.2 [+ or -] 3.4 mmol/L) (p = 0.389).
Confounding aspects contributing to her low capillary blood glucose levels included blood loss due to melaena and hypotension, which may have caused peripheral shunting of blood volume, as well as her long history of glucocorticoid use and possible adrenal insufficiency.
In addition to these therapeutic options, it is important to raise diabetics' awareness of their participation in the glycemic control of diabetes, especially for capillary blood glucose, and on how to proceed in situations of hyper or hypoglycemia, infections, and during pregnancy.
Fingerstick capillary blood glucose measurement is known to show inaccurate values in patients with sepsis and tissue hypoperfusion (4-7).
Local hospital policies differed for testing of capillary blood glucose. Canterbury DHB moved from initially less tight targets to tighter glycaemic treatment targets during the survey time.
Although ADA defines diabetes as a random venous blood glucose of [greater than or equal to]200 mg/dl, a cutoff of 190 mg/dl for random capillary blood glucose was used in our study to enhance the sensitivity of our screening process.
After 2-hour finger prick was done to estimate 2-hour capillary blood glucose level.
Then, for subjects with IDRS score [greater than or equal to] 60, Random Capillary Blood Glucose (RCBG) can be done to diagnose diabetes mellitus.
Khan correctly points out that there are a number of pre-analytical causes for erroneous capillary blood glucose (CBG) measurements.
A retrospective examination of seven-point capillary blood glucose profiles obtained during the DCCT identified a linear relationship between HbA1c and mean blood glucose (MBG) (13).
His analysis included five prediabetes screening methods: a 2-hour oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT), a fasting plasma glucose test, hemoglobin [A.sub.1c] (Hb[A.sub.1c]), capillary blood glucose (CBG) test, and a risk assessment questionnaire.