Participants underwent oral glucose tolerance tests, muscle biopsies, and blood testing for numerous factors.
What does OGAT stand for?
OGAT stands for Oral Glucose Tolerance Test
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- Ongoing Assessment Program
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- Österreichische Gesellschaft für Anaesthesiologie, Reanimation und Intensivmedizin (German)
- O'Brien Global Assessment Scale
- Oil and Gas Accounting Software
- Ongoing G20 (Group of Twenty Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors forum) Arrestees Solidarity Network (Australia)
- Oberlin Gilbert and Sullivan Players (Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio)
- O6-Alkylguanine-DNA-Alkyl-Transferase (DNA repair enzyme)
- Office of Global Access Technology
- Official Government Acceptance Test (US FEMA)
- Oregon Gambling Addiction Treatment Foundation
- Oficina de la Gobernadora para los Asuntos de la Vejez (Governor’s Office of Elderly Affairs, Puerto Rico)
- Organismus für Gemeinsame Anlage in Wertpapiere (German: Undertaking for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities)
- Okinawa General Bureau (Japan)
- Old Gold and Black (newspaper; Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC)
- Old Government Building
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- Open Gastric Bypass
- Optimized Gun Barrel
- OXFAM Great Britain
Samples in periodicals archive:
Methods of Diagnosis The American Diabetes Association recommended pre-diabetes diagnosis laboratory tests include a glycated hemoglobin (HbAlc) test, a fasting blood sugar test and an oral glucose tolerance test (Table I).
This index was measured from the oral glucose tolerance test, a blood test for diabetes after the patient drinks a sugary drink.
Researchers from Children's Mercy Hospital and Clinics found that performing two tests - both the recommended hemoglobin A1C test and an oral glucose tolerance test - could dramatically reduce the risk of delayed diagnosis in overweight children.
In the United States, nearly 13 percent of adults age 20 and older have diabetes, but 40 percent of them have not been diagnosed, according to epidemiologists from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), whose study includes newly available data from an Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT).
8 mg/dL following a 75-g oral glucose tolerance test were seen for the 5-, 25-, and 100-mg doses, respectively, compared with a drop of just 5.
The first protocol was to continue the previously recommended 50-g glucose challenge test with a diagnostic 3-h 100-g oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) if the glucose concentration was increased at 1 h after the 50-g load.
The oral glucose tolerance test is designed to assess how well the body utilises glucose after it has been absorbed from the gut into the circulation.