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FPGFasting Plasma Glucose
FPGFederação Portuguesa de Golfe (Portuguese: Portuguese Golf Federation)
FPGFonds de Placement Garanti (French: Guaranteed Investment Funds)
FPGFederal Poverty Guidelines (US)
FPGFrank Porter Graham Child Development Institute (UNC-CH)
FPGFormamidopyrimidine-DNA Glycosylase
FPGFinancial Products Group (Japan)
FPGFederal Pell Grant
FPGForum Publishing Group (Sun Sentinel Co.; Florida)
FPGFaculty Professional Growth (various locations)
FPGFédération Polynésienne de Golf (French: Polynesian Golf Federation; Tahiti, French Polynesia)
FPGForest Preserve Golf (Oak Forest, IL)
FPGFinancial Planning Group
FPGFrance Provence Gestion (French rental agency)
FPGFuel Pressure Gauge
FPGFormation Pédiatrique Grenobloise (French: Grenoble Pediatric Training; Grenoble, France)
FPGFlorida Pagan Gathering
FPGFlight Planning Guidance (weather)
FPGFederal Preparedness Guide (US FEMA)
FPGFair Play Gaming (online community)
FPGFreeman's Polymer Group (University of Texas)
FPGFunctional Planning Guide
FPGForce Planning Guide
FPGField Procedures Guide
FPGFacility Protection Group
FPGFantasy Points per Game (fantasy sports statistic)
FPGfinite parity game
FPGFarm Products Guide
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Table-IV: The relationship between fasting plasma glucose at the first trimester and adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Parameters including age, fasting plasma glucose, HbA1c and HOMA-IR were evaluated for differences in gender by utilizing t-statistics.
Fasting plasma glucose (mmol/L)###Pearson Correlation (r)###-0.025###0.071
Turner, "Homeostasis model assessment: insulin resistance and [beta]-cell function from fasting plasma glucose and insulin concentrations in man," Diabetologia, vol.
Various studies (Ruchat et al., 2009) have demonstrated the effect of Gly482Ser on fasting plasma glucose (FPG) showing that the Ser allele was associated with elevated glucose level, we also observed similar results in the presence of risk allele.
Fasting Plasma Glucose [greater than or equal to]110 mg/dL * Three or more features are required to make the diagnosis of Metabolic syndrome.
Mean BMI was 26.31 Kg/m2 +- 2.68, mean waist circumference 109.82 cm +- 18.41, mean cholesterol was 237.50 mg/dl +- 48.47, mean systolic blood pressure was 148.88 mmHg +- 22.10, mean diastolic blood pressure was 90.41 mmHg +- 12.25 and mean fasting plasma glucose was 113.28mg/dl +- 22.80.
The mean diastolic and systolic blood pressure values were also significantly higher among those with acne, compared with controls, as were mean fasting plasma glucose levels.
Prediabetes was noted to be based on 2-hour postprandial glucose of 140199 mg/dL, fasting plasma glucose of 100-125 mg/dL, or hemoglobin [A.sub.1c] of 5.7%-6.4%.
It is difficult to understand how the selenium group could have shown both an increase in fasting plasma glucose levels (suggesting worse diabetic control) and a decrease in HbA1c levels (suggesting better diabetic control).
Fasting plasma glucose decreased in response to both diets, but the decrease was significantly greater with two meals per day (-0.78 mmol/L vs.