Somogyi Phenomenon

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Somogyi Phenomenon: Disease Bioinformatics

Somogyi Phenomenon: Disease Bioinformatics Research of Somogyi Phenomenon has been linked to Hyperglycemia, Diabetes Mellitus, Hypoglycemia, Diabetes Mellitus, Insulin-dependent, Dawn Phenomenon. The study of Somogyi Phenomenon has been mentioned in research publications which can be found using our bioinformatics tool below. Researched pathways related to Somogyi Phenomenon include Secretion, Insulin Secretion, Growth Hormone Secretion, Hormone Secretion, Glucose Homeostasis. These pathways complement our catalog of research reagents for the study of Somogyi Phenomenon including antibodies and ELISA kits against GROWTH HORMONE, APOH, SERPINA6, CGB, CHGB. Laverne is a handy bioinformatics tool to help facilitate scientific exploration of related genes, diseases and pathways based on co-citations. Explore more on Somogyi Phenomenon below! For more information on how to use Laverne, please read the How to Guide . Vizit , under license from BioVista Inc. We have 1388 products for the study of Somogyi Phenomenon that can be applied to Western Blot, Immunocytochemistry/Immunofluorescence, Flow Cytometry, Immunohistochemistry from our catalog of antibodies and ELISA kits. Continue reading >>

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    Still a problem. More of a problem because I just don't feel like eating in the morning.

    current weight: 208.0







    I had an interesting experience a week ago. I got up and tested at 120, then, still fasting, tested again at the clinic (for a quick and dirty calibration of my meter against theirs) a couple hours later. It had jumped to 198! It disturbed me, but made me determine to eat breakfast more promptly in the future.

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  3. SARAH548

    Saille wrote: "Here is a good link with information about why blood glucose levels spike after excersising:"
    THANKS! I've been getting concerned that my blood glucose readings have started "spiking" after exercise; I'll mellow out about it now and will try having a protein/carb snack before.
    T2 diabetic; diagnosed 1/2007. Maintaining A1c of 5.1% - 5.4% for past 3+ years. No diabetic medication at this time; managing diabetes through carb restriction (40-50 grams carbohydrate per day) and moderate exercise.
    "Walking is the best possible exercise. Habituate yourself to walk very fast." - Thomas Jefferson

    Pounds lost: 6.5






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• Posthypoglycemic hyperglycemia (Somogyi phenomenon) occurs infrequently in insulin-treated diabetic patients. When it occurs it is often in children and adolescents, or patients with a short duration of diabetes. Marked hyperglycemia (>220 mg/dL) after hypoglycemia results from a large meal to relieve the symptoms of hypoglycemia. Posthypoglycemic hyperglycemia correlates with falling plasma insulin levels, rather than increasing concentrations of counterregulatory hormones, whose secretion may be defective. Asymptomatic nocturnal hypoglycemia is common but subsequent fasting hyperglycemia is not necessarily the result of "rebound." More likely, fasting hyperglycemia is due to a falling predawn insulin level. Nocturnal hypoglycemia is dealt with by a readjustment in the timing and dose of insulin. The failure of the Somogyi phenomenon to occur puts insulindependent diabetic patients at increased risk to potential lethal consequences of nocturnal hypoglycemia. Continue reading >>

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  1. bangbong2000

    I guess they have to give us tips in the question like in case of somogyi pt morning hyperglycemia not improving with restriction of carbohydrate food before bed... Anyone can give me more idea?

  2. sonu.agarwall

    i read abt it somewer man....not sure wer....sum wer in my final year texts.....will post as soon as i find it....somogyi is sumthing in middle of night due to medications n dawn phenomenon is in early mrng related to counter regulatory hormones...sumthing like that

  3. docnas

    somogyi = rebound hyperglycemia due to hypoglycemia because of too much insulin given before sleeping
    dawn phenom is due to homones being released according to circadian rhythm main hormone noted is GH. this causes a hyperglycemic state.

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Feline Diabetes Mellitus: The Somogyi Effect

Feline diabetes mellitus: The Somogyi effect An important reason for conducting a blood glucose curve, ie, evaluating blood glucose levels every 2 hours following the morning Vetsulin (porcine insulin zinc suspension) treatment is the possibility of Somogyi effect or rebound hyperglycemia. In cats, the Somogyi overswing occurs when the insulin dose is too high and the patients blood glucose plummets below 60 mg/dL. The Somogyi effect occurs when the body attempts to counteract the life-threatening decline in the blood glucose concentration through a chain of reactions: The blood glucose concentration falls rapidly or approaches hypoglycemia (blood glucose concentrations of less than 60 mg/dL [3.3 mmol/L]) following the injection of insulin. The cat becomes hungry and restless or lethargic. In response to a declining blood glucose concentration in the central nervous system, adrenaline and subsequently cortisol, glucagons, and growth hormone are released. These hormones increase blood glucose concentration (through gluconeogenesis, release of glucose from hepatic glycogen, and increased peripheral resistance to insulin). The resulting hyperglycemia produces polyuria and polydipsia. Continue reading >>

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  1. illinipeds

    Somogyi is morning hyperglycemia as a result of hypoglycemia during the night and is the result of too high of a dose of insulin at night. Dawn phenomenon is morning hyperglycermia without hypoglycemia during the night and is a result of normal cycles within the body.
    Here is a website that explains it more: http://www.dlife.com/dLife/do/ShowCo...nero_0106.html

  2. Sippy

    Per Saunders NCLEX prep
    Dawn Phenomenon results from reduced tissue sensitivity to insulin that develops between 5 and 8 am (dawn). Prebreakfast hyperglycemia occurs. So you'll wake up hyper at dawn.
    Tx: Administer an evening dose of intermediate-acting insulin at 10 pm.
    Somogyi's phenomenon hypoglycemia occurs at 2 to 3 am. By 7 am the blood glucose rebounds significantly to the hyperglycemic range. I remember this with (I have a brother named Yogi who's a musician), the club closes at 2-3 in the morning, Yogi is low so off to breakfast he goes.
    Tx: Decrease the evening (predinner or bedtime) dose of intermediate-acting insulin or increase the bedtime snack.
    Hope that helps

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