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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: The values indicate trends in perioperative blood sugar in mg/dl at different time points. 1, baseline (in the morning); 2, before anaesthesia induction; 3, after tracheal intubation; 4, before tumour manipulation; 6, after tumour removal; 7, immediately after tracheal extubation; 8, 2 h after extubation; 5, 9, 10, mean blood glucose value during tumour manipulation, on the 1st post-operative day and 2nd post-operative day respectively

Figure 1: The values indicate trends in perioperative blood sugar in mg/dl at different time points. 1, baseline (in the morning); 2, before anaesthesia induction; 3, after tracheal intubation; 4, before tumour manipulation; 6, after tumour removal; 7, immediately after tracheal extubation; 8, 2 h after extubation; 5, 9, 10, mean blood glucose value during tumour manipulation, on the 1st post-operative day and 2nd post-operative day respectively