remains in the blood stream and the bodys cells are unable to take it up

Remains in the blood stream and the bodys cells are

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remains in the blood stream and the body's cells are unable to take it up, meaning it is not filtered out of the body fluids. 2 Describe the diagnosis for patient 3, who was also pregnant at the time of this assay. Your answer: Patient 3 appears to hav diabetes based on the glucose standard curve measurements, but with the news that this patient is pregnant it is possible that she doesn't have diabetes. The blood sugar is higher than normal during pregnancy due to hormonal changes, as nutrients are being supplied to the placenta. During the course of a pregnancy, the sugar levels rise and the body makes more insulin to get the sugar levels into the cells. 3 Which patient(s) had normal glucose reading(s)? Your answer: The first patient had a normal glucose reading. 4
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6/4/2020 PhysioEx Exercise 4 Activity 2 4/4 What are some lifestyle choices these patients with normal plasma glucose readings might recommend to the borderline impaired patients? Your answer: Some lifestyle changes include dieting and exercise. Specific to dieting, eating foods with lower sugar intake. Also exercise because it promotes the breakdown of nutrients, specifically glucose, so it can be used as a form of energy for the body's needs. 5
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