Hyperglycaemia refers to an elevated glucose concentration in the circulating blood. While blood glucose level (BG) is often elevated after a meal, it usually normalises to a range of 3.5–5.6 mmol/l within 3 hours of a meal in a healthy individual. During fasting, BGs are also usually maintained within the normal range of 3.5–5.6 mmol/l .
KeywordsBlood Glucose Blood Glucose Concentration Good Glycaemic Control Blood Glucose Target Blood Glucose Level Control
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