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Blood Glucose Regulation and Diabetes


A simple guide to blood glucose regulation and a brief overview of the two types of diabetes. This video is designed to build a fundamental understanding of blood glucose regulation so that we can go into more detail in future videos about the different types of anti-diabetic medication. Zero to Finals Medicine book: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Zero to Finals Paediatrics book: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Zero to Finals Obstetrics and Gynaecology book: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Notes: 🤍 Multiple Choice Questions: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video is for education and entertainment only, and is not medical advice. This video should NOT be used for medical advice or to guide clinical practice. The Zero to Finals content should not be used in any way to guide medical decision making. Zero to Finals takes no responsibility for any actions taken or not taken based on the information provided. Local and national guidelines and senior clinicians are there to help you make decisions, not YouTube videos. If you need medical advice or information, seek it from an appropriately trained and licenced doctor or healthcare provider that can address your individual needs. Zero to Finals cannot guarantee the accuracy of information in this video. Please highlight any errors you notice in the comments below - thank you.

Blood glucose measurement - OSCE Guide


We've just released a collection of 500+ OSCE Stations! 🙌 🤍 See the written guide alongside the video here 🤍 Blood glucose measurement is an important skill that you may be asked to demonstrate in your OSCE. Check out our simple guide to get prepared :) Check out our other awesome clinical skills resources including: - 📱Geeky Medics OSCE App: 🤍 - 📝 150+ OSCE Checklists (PDF): 🤍 - 🗂️ 2000+ OSCE Flashcards: 🤍 - ❓Over 3000 Free MCQs: 🤍 - 🩺 Medical Finals Question Pack: 🤍 - 💊 PSA Question Pack: 🤍 - 🏥 Medicine Flashcard Collection: 🤍 - 🔪 Surgery Flashcard Collection: 🤍 - 🫁 Anatomy Flashcard Collection: 🤍 Chapters: - Introduction 00:00 - Gather blood glucose monitor and equipment 00:35 - Insert test strip 00:49 - Using a lancet to produce blood droplet 00:55 - Using the blood glucose monitor 01:17 - Completing the procedure 01:35 - Credits 01:54 Subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to know about our latest content: 🤍 ✉️ Join the Geeky Medics community: 👩‍👩‍👧‍👧 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Always adhere to your medical school/local hospital guidelines when performing examinations or clinical procedures. DO NOT perform any examination or procedure on patients based purely upon the content of these videos. Geeky Medics accepts no liability for loss of any kind incurred as a result of reliance upon the information provided in this video. Some people have found this video useful for ASMR purposes.

Overview of glucose metabolism


Biochemistry lecture about Overview of glucose metabolism. 🤍 Download the study materials here- 🤍 Carbohydrate metabolism denotes the various biochemical processes responsible for the formation, breakdown and interconversion of carbohydrates in living organisms. The most important carbohydrate is glucose, a simple sugar (monosaccharide) that is metabolized by nearly all known organisms. Glucose and other carbohydrates are part of a wide variety of metabolic pathways across species: plants synthesize carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and water by photosynthesis storing the absorbed energy internally, often in the form of starch or lipids. Plant components are consumed by animals and fungi, and used as fuel for cellular respiration. Oxidation of one gram of carbohydrate yields approximately 4 kcal of energy and from lipids about 9 kcal. Energy obtained from metabolism (e.g. oxidation of glucose) is usually stored temporarily within cells in the form of ATP. Organisms capable of aerobic respiration metabolize glucose and oxygen to release energy with carbon dioxide and water as byproducts. Carbohydrates can be chemically divided into complex and simple.[1] Simple carbohydrates consist of single or double sugar units (monosaccharides and disaccharides, respectively). Sucrose or table sugar (a disaccharide) is a common example of a simple carbohydrate. Complex carbohydrates contain three or more sugar units linked in a chain. They are digested by enzymes to release the simple sugars. Starch, for example, is a polymer of glucose units and is typically broken down to glucose. Simple and complex carbohydrates are digested at similar rates, so the distinction is not very useful for distinguishing nutritional quality.[1] Cellulose is also a polymer of glucose but it cannot be digested by most organisms. Some bacteria that produce enzymes for cellulose live inside the gut of some mammals such as cows, and when cows eat plants, the cellulose is broken down by the bacteria and some of it is released into the gut. Carbohydrates are a superior short-term fuel for organisms because they are simpler to metabolize than fats or those amino acids (components of proteins) that can be used for fuel. In animals, the most important carbohydrate is glucose. The concentration of glucose in the blood is used as the main control for the central metabolic hormone, insulin. Starch, and cellulose in a few organisms (e.g., some animals (such as termites[2]) and some microorganisms (such as protists and bacteria), both being glucose polymers, are disassembled during digestion and absorbed as glucose. Some simple carbohydrates have their own enzymatic oxidation pathways, as do only a few of the more complex carbohydrates. The disaccharide lactose, for instance, requires the enzyme lactase to be broken into its monosaccharides components; many animals lack this enzyme in adulthood. Carbohydrates are typically stored as long polymers of glucose molecules with glycosidic bonds for structural support (e.g. chitin, cellulose) or for energy storage (e.g. glycogen, starch). However, the strong affinity of most carbohydrates for water makes storage of large quantities of carbohydrates inefficient due to the large molecular weight of the solvated water-carbohydrate complex. In most organisms, excess carbohydrates are regularly catabolised to form acetyl-CoA, which is a feed stock for the fatty acid synthesis pathway; fatty acids, triglycerides, and other lipids are commonly used for long-term energy storage. The hydrophobic character of lipids makes them a much more compact form of energy storage than hydrophilic carbohydrates. However, animals, including humans, lack the necessary enzymatic machinery and so do not synthesize glucose from lipids, though glycerol can be converted to glucose.[3] All carbohydrates share a general formula of approximately CnH2nOn; glucose is C6H12O6. Monosaccharides may be chemically bonded together to form disaccharides such as sucrose and longer polysaccharides such as starch and cellulose. Source of the article published in description is Wikipedia. I am sharing their material. © by original content developers of Wikipedia. Link- 🤍

Glucose Insulin and Diabetes


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Regulation of Blood Glucose Animation


📌𝐅𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐨𝐰 𝐨𝐧 𝐈𝐧𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐠𝐫𝐚𝐦 :- 🤍 Regulation of glucose in the body is done autonomically and constantly throughout each minute of the day. Normal BG levels should be between 60 and 140 mg/dL in order to supply cells of the body with its required energy. Brain cells don’t require insulin to drive glucose into neurons; however, there must still be normal amounts available. Too little glucose, called hypoglycemia, starves cells, and too much glucose (hyperglycemia) creates a sticky, paralyzing effect on cells. Euglycemia, or blood sugar within the normal range, is naturally ideal for the body’s functions. A delicate balance between hormones of the pancreas, intestines, brain, and even adrenals is required to maintain normal BG levels. Hormones of the Pancreas Regulation of blood glucose is largely done through the endocrine hormones of the pancreas, a beautiful balance of hormones achieved through a negative feedback loop. The main hormones of the pancreas that affect blood glucose include insulin, glucagon, somatostatin, and amylin. Insulin (formed in pancreatic beta cells) lowers BG levels, whereas glucagon (from pancreatic alpha cells) elevates BG levels. Somatostatin is formed in the delta cells of the pancreas and acts as the “pancreatic policeman,” balancing insulin and glucagon. It helps the pancreas alternate in turning on or turning off each opposing hormone. Amylin is a hormone, made in a 1:100 ratio with insulin, that helps increase satiety, or satisfaction and state of fullness from a meal, to prevent overeating. It also helps slow the stomach contents from emptying too quickly, to avoid a quick spike in BG levels. As a meal containing carbohydrates is eaten and digested, BG levels rise, and the pancreas turns on insulin production and turns off glucagon production. Glucose from the bloodstream enters liver cells, stimulating the action of several enzymes that convert the glucose to chains of glycogen—so long as both insulin and glucose remain plentiful. In this postprandial or “fed” state, the liver takes in more glucose from the blood than it releases. After a meal has been digested and BG levels begin to fall, insulin secretion drops and glycogen synthesis stops. When it is needed for energy, the liver breaks down glycogen and converts it to glucose for easy transport through the bloodstream to the cells of the body (Wikipedia, 2012a). In a healthy liver, up to 10% of its total volume is used for glycogen stores. Skeletal muscle cells store about 1% of glycogen. The liver converts glycogen back to glucose when it is needed for energy and regulates the amount of glucose circulating between meals. Your liver is amazing in that it knows how much to store and keep, or break down and release, to maintain ideal plasma glucose levels. Imitation of this process is the goal of insulin therapy when glucose levels are managed externally. Basal–bolus dosing is used as clinicians attempt to replicate this normal cycle. While a healthy body requires a minimum concentration of circulating glucose (60–100 mg/dl), high chronic concentrations cause health problems and are toxic: Acutely: Hyperglycemia of greater than 300 mg/dl causes polyuria, resulting in dehydration. Profound hyperglycemia ( greater than 500 mg/dl) leads to confusion, cerebral edema, coma, and, eventually, death (Ferrante, 2007). Chronically: Hyperglycemia that averages more than 120 to 130 mg/dl gradually damages tissues throughout the body and makes a person more susceptible to infections. The glucose becomes syrupy in the bloodstream, intoxicating cells and competing with life-giving oxygen. The concentration of glucose in the blood is determined by the balance between the rate of glucose entering and the rate of glucose leaving the circulation. These signals are delivered throughout the body by two pancreatic hormones, insulin and glucagon (Maitra, 2009). Optimal health requires that: When blood glucose concentrations are low, the liver is signaled to add glucose to the circulation. When blood glucose concentrations are high, the liver and the skeletal muscles are signaled to remove glucose from the circulation. #regulationofbloodglucose #bloodglucose #endocrinesystem #insulin #glucagon #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmlevideos #mbbs #mbbs1styear #nationalexittest #fmge #biochemistry #medicalanimation #medicalstudent #medicalstudents #proceum #drbhanuprakash

Biologie - Glucoseregeling


Kijk voor meer uitlegvideo's en oefenvragen op 🤍 Glucose is de brandstof van je lichaam. Elke lichaamscel gebruikt glucose. Daarom transporteert je bloed glucose naar elke cel. De hoeveelheid glucose in je bloed moet ongeveer gelijk zijn. Hiervoor heb je een regelmechanisme. De hormonen die worden gebruikt voor de glucoseregeling, worden gemaakt in de alvleesklier. De alvleesklier bevat speciale cellen, die de eilandjes van Langerhans worden genoemd. Wanneer de glucoseconcentratie te hoog is, komt insuline vrij. Dit zorgt ervoor dat glucose wordt omgezet in glycogeen. Glycogeen kan worden opgeslagen in de lever en de spieren. Wanneer de concentratie glucose in het bloed te laag is, moet glycogeen weer worden omgezet in glucose. Dit gebeurt met het hormoon glucagon. Mensen met problemen met de glucoseregeling hebben diabetes (suikerziekte). Diabetes bestaat in twee verschillende types.

How to test your blood glucose (sugar) levels


Watch a step by step guide on how to test your blood glucose levels. In order to perform a blood glucose test you will require your blood glucose meter, a test strip to hand, a lancing device and a monitoring diary to record the results of your blood glucose test.'s Benedict Jephcote runs through how to test your blood sugar. In this video, Benedict is using a OneTouch meter and test strips. How to test blood glucose: 🤍 How to inject insulin: 🤍 Ben's blood glucose was 3.6 mmol/L (or 65 mg/dL) in this video. Learn about hypos (low blood glucose) at 🤍 For those not in the UK, mmol/L is the UK standard unit. mg/dL is the American unit. You can convert between the two here: 🤍

Australian scientists develop saliva-based glucose test for diabetics


Scientists in Australia say they have developed a pain-free, low-cost way to test blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. It is all down to a non-invasive strip that checks glucose levels through a patient's saliva. Researchers say the material which detects glucose can be printed at a low cost. They are hoping this will replace the current needle-based blood test. The project has secured $4.7m from the Australian government, to produce test kits if clinical trials are successful. Paul Dastoor is a professor of physics at the University of Newcastle in Australia and led the team which created the test. He joins us by Skype from Newcastle to discuss this. - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍 #Diabetes #BloodSugarTest #AljazeeraEnglish

Carbohydrates & sugars - biochemistry


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The Revolution in Continuous Glucose Monitoring for Diabetes


Continuous glucose monitoring represents not only a game-changing intervention for diabetes, but also a model for more continuous digital monitoring of various person-generated data. Diabetologist and informaticist Aaron Neinstein will discuss the advances in CGM and their implications for the care of people with diabetes and for patients with other chronic diseases. Speaker: Aaron Neinstein, MD, is Associate Professor in the UCSF Health Division of Endocrinology, Vice President of Digital Health for UCSF Health, and Senior Director at the UCSF Center for Digital Health Innovation (CHDI). He helped lead UCSF’s ambulatory Epic EHR implementation; helped develop and deploy numerous digital health solutions transforming digital patient experience and virtual care delivery across UCSF; contributed research and advocacy to advance US federal health policy in interoperability and patient data access; and co-founded Tidepool, a nonprofit that created open-source software to empower people with diabetes. His multidisciplinary team at CDHI focuses on advancing patient experience and digital transformation of care delivery, including the use of telehealth and remote monitoring technologies to deliver more connected care. His clinical practice is focused on the care of people with diabetes. Note: Closed captions will be available within 48-72 hours after posting. Program Bob Wachter: Introduction 00:03:15-00:40:14 – Aaron Neinstein (Associate Professor in the UCSF Health Division of Endocrinology, Vice President of Digital Health for UCSF Health, and Senior Director at the UCSF Center for Digital Health Innovation (CHDI)) 00:40:14-00:58:56 – Q&A Bob Wachter: Closing See previous Medical Grand Rounds: • January 13: The Omicron Whirlwind: A Conversation with Eric Topol - The Current and Future State of the Pandemic 🤍 • January 6: Confronting Racism Denial: Naming Racism and Moving to Action 🤍 • December 16: Omicron in Mid-December: What Have We Learned and What Does It Mean? 🤍 • December 9: Our Emerging Understanding of the Gut Microbiome in Health and Disease 🤍 See all UCSF Covid-19 grand rounds, which have been viewed over 3M times, here: 🤍

iQ: Saliva Glucose BioSensor


This 3D animation is an example of Nucleus's custom animation projects for biotechnology. Shown is the iQ Group's Saliva Glucose BioSensor, a pain-free and non-invasive system which can monitor glucose levels of diabetes patients from saliva samples. Visit our website to learn more about creating custom animations with Nucleus: 🤍

Glucose - What Is Glucose? - Foods High In Glucose - How Glucose Affects The Body


In this video I discuss what is glucose, the main functions of glucose in the body. Transcript What is glucose? Well, glucose is a molecule, and it is known as a monosaccharide, which is the most basic unit of a carbohydrate. It is the key source of energy for all cells and organs in our bodies. Foods high in glucose include fruits, veggies, and grains. Desserts and candy contain a lot of glucose as well. Many sweets have a lot of added sugar in them, and sugar is made up of glucose and fructose. As mentioned before, glucose is a major source of energy in our bodies. Glucose is absorbed into the bloodstream rather quickly, so it can provide quick energy to cells. Extra glucose can get stored as glycogen in the liver or muscles, providing an energy reserve. As with most substances in the body, too much glucose can cause problems. Over consuming any type of food, including foods with high glucose content, can lead to obesity, which in turn can lead to an increased risk of many diseases, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure and even respiratory problems. Timestamps 0:00 What is glucose? 0:14 Foods high in glucose 0:31 How glucose affects the body

[HEALTHY] Manage postprandial blood glucose!,기분 좋은 날 20180911


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Gestion pratique des systèmes de mesure en continu du glucose


Appareils de mesure et de suivi: Gestion pratique des systèmes de mesure en continu du glucose. Les systèmes de mesure en continu du glucose permettent de suivre l'évolution du glucose 24h/24. Ils mesurent le glucose interstitiel qui a un décalage d'environ 5 minutes avec la glycémie. L'utilisation de la mesure en continu du glucose permet une approche prédictive car elle donne trois informations : le taux de glucose actuel, la courbe de glycémie des dernières heures et la tendance, notamment à l'aide des flèches. L’utilisation optimale des systèmes de mesure en continu du glucose (monitoring du glucose) est exigeante. Elle passe par la maitrise technique, la capacité à interpréter les valeurs indiquées, sans oublier d'écouter vos ressentis. En cas de doute, en cas de discordance entre la valeur indiquée et votre ressenti ou en cas de valeurs dans les extrêmes (hypo comme hyper) contrôler votre glycémie capillaire avant d'agir.

Continuous Glucose Monitoring Q&A


One of the latest advances in diabetes care is the continuous glucose monitor, a wearable device that provides updated glucose readings every five minutes for people with all types of diabetes. Diana Isaacs, PharmD answers your questions about this innovative technology. Presenter: Diana Isaacs, PharmD Endocrine Clinical Pharmacist, CGM Program Coordinator, Cleveland Clinic Diabetes Center

Types de capteurs du glucose en continu


Appareils de mesure et de suivi : Types de capteurs du glucose en continu. Il existe différents systèmes de mesure en continu du glucose. Ces systèmes fonctionnent grâce à un capteur, situé dans le tissu sous-cutané, un émetteur et un récepteur qui affiche la mesure. Les capteurs doivent être remplacés régulièrement. Le récepteur peut être un téléphone, une montre, un appareil dédié ou une pompe à insuline. Ces appareils ont différents types d'alarmes qui peuvent être activés pour vous prévenir des variations du taux de glucose.

DiaMon Tech non-invasive glucose monitoring


DiaMon Tech has developed a non-invasive glucose monitoring device.

Blood Glucose Control and Supply to Skeletal Muscle During Exercise


This video shows Dr. Evan Matthews describing the hormonal control of blood glucose, muscle glycogen, and liver glycogen during exercise. This video is part of a series of videos that will cover the endocrine system as it relates to exercise physiology, health, and fitness. The playlist to that series is listed below. Endocrine System Playlist 🤍 Exercise Physiology Teaching Current Edition Playlist 🤍 Videos in the Endocrine System Playlist to check out: Endocrine System Purpose - Hormones as Chemical Communication 🤍 Types of Hormones 🤍 Hormone Release - Negative Feedback Loop 🤍 Hormone Receptor Upregulation and Downregulation 🤍 Overview of Acute Hormone Responses to Aerobic Exercise 🤍 Hormonal Control of Exercise Metabolism 🤍 Blood Glucose Control and Supply to Skeletal Muscle During Exercise 🤍 Endocrine Control of Blood Volume and Electrolytes During Rest and Exercise 🤍 Endocrine Control of Cardiac Output and Hematocrit 🤍 Endocrine Control of Hunger and Satiety - Appetite Regulation 🤍 Endocrine Control of Muscle Hypertrophy 🤍 Link to Dr. Evan Matthews website. 🤍

Checking Blood Sugar (Glucose) Level | How to Use a Glucometer (Glucose Meter)


Checking blood sugar (glucose) using a glucometer device (glucose meter). Learn how to use true result blood glucose meter by taking your blood glucose. As a new diabetic or nursing student,you must learn the skill of using a lancet to obtain a blood sugar. This video will show you how to do this. You will learn how to prime or load a lancet device, how to choose the correct lancet gauge, how to set the proper setting on lancet, when glucometer test strips and quality control solution expire, and how to obtain a blood sugar with the fingertips. Subscribe: 🤍 "Diabetes Health Managment": 🤍 Nursing School Supplies: 🤍 Nursing Job Search: 🤍 Visit our website for free quizzes, nursing care plans, salary information, job search, and much more: 🤍 Check out other Videos: 🤍 Popular Playlists: "NCLEX Study Strategies": 🤍 "Fluid & Electrolytes Made So Easy": 🤍 "Nursing Skills Videos": 🤍 "Nursing School Study Tips": 🤍 "Nursing School Tips & Questions": 🤍 "Teaching Tutorials": 🤍 "Types of Nursing Specialties": 🤍 "Healthcare Salary Information": 🤍 "New Nurse Tips": 🤍 "Nursing Career Help": 🤍 "EKG Teaching Tutorials": 🤍 "Personality Types": 🤍 "Dosage & Calculations for Nurses": 🤍

Freestyle Libre: Glucose Monitoring Now Painless? | The Gadgets 360 Show


We review the Freestyle Libre, a glucose monitoring system that removes the need for pricking the finger, to find out if it is worth it. About NDTV: NDTV brings you unbiased and comprehensive coverage of news and entertainment programmes in India and abroad. NDTV delivers reliable information across all platforms: TV, Internet and Mobile. Follow us on Social Media: Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Koo: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Join NDTV on Telegram Messenger: 🤍 Follow us on Google News for Breaking and Latest News Updates: NDTV: 🤍 NDTV India (Hindi News): 🤍 Download NDTV Mobile Apps: 🤍 #TheGadgets360Show

What is Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM)


Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) is an advanced way for people living with diabetes to check glucose readings in real-time or monitor glucose readings over a period of time. By using a continuous glucose monitor, your CGM system will automatically receive glucose readings every 5 minutes allowing you to fingerstick less often. CGM can be used with or without an insulin pump. To learn more about Medtronic CGM and other diabetes management technology, visit 🤍 Ages 14-75. Rx, BG testing, proper mobile device, settings required. See Want the latest news and updates from Medtronic Diabetes? 🤍 Like Medtronic Diabetes on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to our LOOP blog: 🤍 Subscribe on YouTube: 🤍

Medikamente im Rettungsdienst - Glucose


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Diabetes in children (3 of 9): Blood glucose monitoring


This is the third video of our diabetes series, "Taking charge of our child's diabetes." In this video, you will learn how to monitor your child’s blood glucose. The video answers the following questions: How do you keep track of your child’s blood sugar? What is too high or too low blood glucose? Why is it so important to check your child’s blood sugar at bedtime? What is a Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c)? This video also demonstrates how to check your child’s blood sugar using a glucometer and provides tips on snacks, and how to keep a blood sugar log.

13. Regulation of blood glucose level


Notes available in Community post of Youtube Normal level Fasting plasma glucose- 70 to 110 mg/dl Post meal plasma glucose-110 to 140 mg/dl Random plasma glucose- 70 to 140 mg/dl SOURCES OF BLOOD GLUCOSE AND UTILIZATION Effect of hormones 1. Insulin- lowers blood glucose, increases uptake, promote Glycogenesis and glycolysis, inhibit gluconeogenesis and glycogenolysis 2. Glucagon- increases blood glucose, promote glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis 3. Epinephrine- increases blood glucose, promote glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis 4. Growth hormone, cortisol, ACTH, thyroid hormones- increases blood glucose ROLE OF GLUCAGON AND EPINEPHRINE IN GLUCOSE REGULATION ROLE OF INSULIN IN GLUCOSE REGULATION GLUCOSE UTILIZATION IN DIFFERENT STATES 1. In well fed state – dietary glucose is used for glycogen and fat synthesis. All cells utilize glucose as a source of energy. 2. Post absorptive state- in this state source of glucose is by hepatic glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis to some extent. Source of energy for brain is glucose. Liver and skeletal muscle utilizes fatty acids as a source of energy. 3. Starvation- After 16 to 18 hrs of fast glycogen store get completely Depleted. Gluconeogenesis in liver and kidney is main source of glucose. Brain utilizes glucose and ketone bodies as a fuel. 4. Prolonged starvation- after several days, main source for gluconeogenesis is muscle proteins. Brain completely depends on ketone bodies as a fuel. Renal threshold- level of plasma glucose beyond which it is excreted in urine (180mg/dl ) Methods of estimation of plasma glucose 1. Glucose oxidase-peroxidase method 2. Hexokinase method 3. By glucometer Increase/ Decrease in plasma glucose is called as HYPERGLYCEMIA/HYPOGLYCEMIA

GCSE Science Revision Biology "Control of Blood Glucose Concentration"


Find my revision workbooks here: 🤍 In this video, we look at how the blood glucose concentration is controlled. First we explore how this is carried out by the pancreas and then we look at diabetes. Finally, we explore the role of glucagon (for higher tier students). Image credits: Blood test By Alden Chadwick from Leeds, UK - Blood Test, CC BY 2.0, 🤍 Insulin injection By Mr Hyde at Czech Wikipedia(Original text: moje foto) - Transferred from cs.wikipedia to Commons.(Original text: moje foto), Public Domain, 🤍 Pasta "🤍 By stu_spivack (bucatini al' amatriciana) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (🤍 via Wikimedia Commons" Salad "🤍 By Traumrune [GFDL (🤍 CC-BY-SA-3.0 (🤍 or CC BY-SA 2.5-2.0-1.0 (🤍 from Wikimedia Commons" Exercise By U.S. Navy photo by Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Sean Evans - This Image was released by the United States Navy with the ID 090903-N-5726E-083 (next).This tag does not indicate the copyright status of the attached work. A normal copyright tag is still required. See Commons:Licensing for more information.বাংলা | Deutsch | English | español | euskara | فارسی | français | italiano | 日本語 | 한국어 | македонски | മലയാളം | Plattdüütsch | Nederlands | polski | پښتو | português | Türkçe | українська | 中文 | 中文(简体) | +/−, Public Domain, 🤍 Overweight person By FatM1ke - Own work, Public Domain, 🤍 Sleeping person By Sasha Kargaltsev, CC BY 2.0, 🤍 Music credit: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍

Regeling van glucose - insuline en glucagon


Hier leer je over hoe je lichaam de glucosegehalte in je bloed reguleert.

GCSE Science Revision Biology "Uses of Glucose from Photosynthesis"


Find my revision workbooks here: 🤍 In this video, we look at how plants use the glucose produced in photosynthesis. This looks simple but you need to learn the details as it's a favourite with examiners. Image credits: Potatoes By Ralf Roletschek (talk) - Fahrradtechnik auf - Own work, GFDL 1.2, 🤍 Olive oil By Susan Slater - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, 🤍 Peas By David Adam Kess - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, 🤍 Music credit: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍

On Call Sure Sync Testing Blood Glucose


The On Call Sure Sync glucose meter uses the On Call Sure Test Strips allowing for accurate blood glucose testing of multiple whole blood specimen types including capillary, venous, arterial, and neonatal. With a hematocrit range of 10-70%, storage of 1000 results, and providing results in just 5 seconds, the On Call Sure Sync offers advanced features and specifications. Additionally, individually wrapped test strips and diabetes management software are available. The On Call Sure Sync is certified compliant with ISO 15197 2015.

The Glucose Goddess shares the science of glucose and what we can learn from it


Watch The Glucose Goddess and biochemist, Jessie Inchauspé, as she reveals the toll that consuming too much glucose takes on our wellbeing - and what you can do to prevent it. Sharing nutritional advice from her critically-acclaimed book, The Glucose Revolution, Jessie distils the science into simple, life-changing tips that you can easily incorporate into your daily routine. Find out how to flatten your glucose curve and still enjoy the foods you love. Learn what not to do on an empty stomach. And hear first-hand how eating foods in the right order can help you lose weight. Hosted by The Telegraph's Miranda Levy. Jessie Inchauspé Glucose Revolution: The life changing power of balancing your blood sugar by Jessie Inchauspé 🤍 Further reading on the science behind the Glucose Revolution 🤍 Follow Jessie on Instagram 🤍 Miranda Levy Read more from Miranda Levy 🤍 Articles How to eat cake and lose weight – yes, really 🤍 Blood sugar and glucose levels: what they mean, and what they should be 🤍 The false promise of artificial sweeteners: are diet drinks making you gain weight? 🤍 'Will a simple glucose monitor help me lose weight, banish brain fog and recover from long Covid? 🤍 The next biggest way to boost your health? A nutritionist in your pocket 🤍 7 simple lifestyle changes to make in your 60s to guarantee a healthier, longer life 🤍 About Telegraph Live Telegraph Live is home to The Telegraph's award winning journalism brought to life through its live events, talks and festivals. Covering everything from news, arts and culture, to fashion, business, travel, sport, food, technology and much more, Telegraph Live showcases the very best event content from the Telegraph. Events range from high profile interviews to panels, including workshops and forums - watch the very best of our live journalism here on Telegraph Live. Follow us on socials Instagram | 🤍 Twitter | 🤍 LinkedIn | search Telegraph Live Subscribe Subscribe to our events channel: 🤍 Subscribe to our main news channel | 🤍 Visit the Telegraph events website | 🤍 Visit the Telegraph website | 🤍

Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) Systems for Diabetes: What You Need to Know | Walgreens


If you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, keeping your blood sugar in check is the best thing you can do to stay healthy. Continuous Glucose Monitoring systems, or CGM, can help make checking your blood sugar a little easier, with fewer fingerstick tests. Pharmacist Kanesha Kirkwood answers your most-searched questions about how a CGM works. For more information from Walgreens about CGMs visit 🤍 Stay connected with Walgreens: Like Walgreens on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Walgreens on Twitter: 🤍 #Walgreens #Diabetes #CGM

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How to use Accu Chek Active Blood Glucose Monitoring system | Accu Chek Demonstration


How to use Accu Chek Active Blood Glucose Monitoring system Best Buy Link: 🤍 Easy-to-learn and easy-to-use with intuitive icons and simple two-button navigation. The large display and numbers make it a smart choice Fast and accurate results: The meter requires no more than 5 seconds to measure and deliver results that correlate with a lab test1 Pre-meal and post-meal flagging of glucose levels make it easy to differentiate from other results 7, 14, 30 and 90 day test averages allow evaluation of your blood glucose control at a glance Under-dose detection signals when there is not enough blood on the test strip Strip expiry warning alerts you when new strips are required Visual back-up provides a second confirmation of the device reading – for less strip waste Out-of-meter dosing makes it possible to measure outside the meter (e.g. on arm) We use the following items for making our videos: 1. Camera - 🤍 2. Tripod - 🤍 3. Mic - 🤍 4. Lights - 🤍 #HappyPumpkins #BloodSugar #Accucheck

What is Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM)?


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Capillary Blood Glucose Sample (Glucometer): Clinical Nursing Skills | @Level Up RN


Ellis demonstrates how to obtain a capillary blood glucose sample by using a glucometer. Our Critical Nursing Skills video tutorial series is taught by Ellis Parker MSN, RN-BC, CNE, CHS and intended to help RN and PN nursing students study for your nursing school exams, including the ATI, HESI and NCLEX. #NCLEX #ClinicalSkills #BloodGlucose #glucose #HESI #Kaplan #ATI #NursingSchool #NursingStudent⁠ #Nurse #RN #PN #Education #LVN #LPN 00:00 What to expect 00:35 Cleaning the site 1:20 Inserting test strip 1:35 Using a lancet 1:59 Wiping initial blood 2:08 Taking a blood sample 2:20 Reading the result 2:38 Cleaning up Want more ways to MASTER Clinical Skills? Check out our flashcards & videos! 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 👉 🤍 👈 ☝️👆☝️👆☝️👆☝️👆☝️👆 This is your one-stop-shop for materials to help you LEARN & REVIEW so you can PASS Nursing School. 🤔🤔🤔 DO YOU WANT TO PASS your classes, proctored exams and the NCLEX? 🤔🤔🤔 Our resources are the best you can buy. They are built with a single goal: help you pass with no fluff. Everything you need, and nothing you don’t. Don’t take our word for it, though! Check out our hundreds of ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ reviews from nurses who passed their exams and the NCLEX with Level Up RN. 🗂️ Our NCLEX Pack is your #1⃣ resource to get through nursing school and to pass the NCLEX. Whether you're just starting school or you’re already prepping for the NCLEX, this bundle of flashcards is the best you can buy. It covers all the information you need to know to pass all your exams and it has FREE shipping! ➡️ 🤍 ⬅️ L👀king for EVEN MORE resources to survive Nursing School? Make your Nursing School experience your own! Life’s difficult enough—learning shouldn’t be. 🪅 Games 🤍 💻 Digital resources 🤍 📅 Organizational tools 🤍 ✨Want perks? Join our channel! 🤍 🏷 Head to 🤍 for all our latest deals!🥳️ 📧 LOOKING FOR FREE RESOURCES TO HELP WITH YOUR EXAMS? Get exclusive tips, latest video releases and more delivered to your email! ➡️ 🤍 ⬅️ ⚕ 👩 LEVEL UP NURSE SQUAD 👩⚕️ All of the nurses at Level Up RN are here to help! Cathy Parkes started helping her fellow classmates back when she was in nursing school, tutoring so they could pass their exams and graduate. After she got her BSN and started working as an RN at Scripps Encinitas Hospital, she started this YouTube channel to help nursing students around the world. Since then she has built a team of top-notch dedicated nurses and nurse educators who are focused on improving nursing education and supporting career advancement for nurses everywhere. With flashcards, videos, courses, organizational tools and more, we are singularly focused on helping students and nurses Level Up on their exams and nursing careers.

Fed State - Blood Glucose Regulation Part 1


#Diabetes #BloodGlucoseRegulation #Insulin Like this video? Sign up now at 🤍 to access 800+ Exclusive videos on Basic Medical Sciences & Clinical Medicine. These are premium videos (NOT FROM YOUTUBE). We upload New Premium videos in members area every week with download option. S Get Lifetime Access to all premium videos for a one-time payment of $99 ONLY! This video is taken from a series of live webinars on Diabetes Mellitus by Dr. Najeeb. Part 2 of this video lecture which will be uploaded soon discusses how Insulin will act on its target organs especially the liver. In this lecture, Dr. Najeeb discusses the normal glucose level and its importance in the body. He then discusses about the absorptive state (fed state) and the metabolic pathways related to it. He also discusses the role of incretins and the phenomenon of the “incretin effect”. The organs involved in glucose homeostasis are then discussed along with the effect of glucose on beta cells and the role of GLUT-2 channels in the uptake of glucose in various cells. An overview of insulin synthesis and secretion is then given in addition to the role of C-peptide and amylin. In the end, he gives summarizes the importance of portal circulation in maintaining glucose levels in the normal range in the systemic circulation. Time Stamps ● Normal glucose level and its importance 00:00:00 - 00:05:44 ● Fed state - An overview 00:05:44 - 00:10:42 ● Role of Incretins 00:10:42 - 00:21:07 ● "Incretin Effect" 00:21:07 - 00:24:08 ● Organs involved in glucose homeostasis 00:24:08 - 00:27:02 ● Effect of glucose on beta cells and the role of GLUT-2 00:27:02 - 00:40:50 ● Insulin synthesis and secretion 00:40:50 - 00:49:49 ● Effect of glucose on hepatocytes 00:49:49 - 00:51:48 ● Overview of portal circulation and structure of hepatic lobule 00:51:48 - 1:11:27 ● Significance of C-peptide levels 1:11:27 - 1:13:27

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