Current study results from the report, 'Hyperglycemic consequences of corticosteroid premedication in an outpatientpopulation,' have been published. According to a study from the United States, "The purpose of our study was to assess the glycemic risk of a 13-hour corticosteroid premedication regimen in outpatients. Clinical documentation for 216 outpatients premedicated with a 13-hour corticosteroid regimen before an abdominopelvic CT examination between February 20, 2009, and September 15, 2009, was reviewed."
"Periprocedural serumglucose obtained between 2 hours before and 72 hours after CT was compared with baseline serum glucose. Serum glucose was available for...
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