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Changes in plasma volume, in transcapillary escape rate of albumin and in subcutaneous blood flow during hypoglycaemia in man

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  • J Hilsted
  • F Bonde-Petersen
  • S Madsbad
  • H H Parving
  • N J Christensen
  • B Adelhøj
  • Dennis Richard Bigler
  • Erik Sjøntoft
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Hypoglycaemia was induced by insulin injected intravenously (0.15 i.u./kg body weight) in seven healthy young males. Plasma volume was measured before and during hypoglycaemia by intravenous injection of 125I before hypoglycaemia and of 131I during hypoglycaemia. Plasma volume decreased and transcapillary escape rate increased significantly during hypoglycaemia. Skin temperature and local subcutaneous adipose tissue blood flow were measured in four different regions. Both tended to decrease during hypoglycaemia and decreased significantly 2 h after hypoglycaemia. There was no correlation between changes in the two measurements, suggesting that there is no simple relationship between subcutaneous blood flow and skin temperature during hypoglycaemia.
TidsskriftClinical science (London, England : 1979)
Udgave nummer3
Sider (fra-til)273-7
Antal sider5
StatusUdgivet - sep. 1985

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