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1959 20
1960 24
1961 35
1962 17
1963 1
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1965 8
1966 106
1967 263
1968 431
1969 486
1970 493
1971 605
1972 682
1973 711
1974 726
1975 665
1976 649
1977 660
1978 705
1979 763
1980 827
1981 771
1982 822
1983 835
1984 900
1985 871
1986 872
1987 899
1988 975
1989 895
1990 971
1991 1030
1992 1029
1993 1062
1994 1089
1995 1110
1996 1091
1997 1090
1998 1131
1999 1067
2000 1291
2001 1281
2002 1362
2003 1356
2004 1339
2005 1445
2006 1635
2007 1610
2008 1748
2009 1868
2010 1810
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Hyperinsulinism
Long D and Akhtar Y. Pediatr Rev 2019. PMID 30936405
Factors leading to the degradation/loss of insulin in postmortem blood samples.
Wunder C, et al. Forensic Sci Int 2014. PMID 24973725
In the present study the stability of insulin and reasons for its loss in those blood samples were examined. When incubated with buffer, serum or with intact blood cell suspensions insulin concentrations were found to remain stable over time, but a significant loss of insulin was observed in hemolyzed blood samples. ...Incubation of insulin with a hemoglobin solution containing the same hemoglobin content as hemolyzed blood caused a dramatic decrease of the insulin concentration. ...
In the present study the stability of insulin and reasons for its loss in those blood samples were examined. When incubated wi …
Towards Point-of-Care Insulin Detection.
Soffe R, et al. ACS Sens 2019 - Review. PMID 30525462
Since Banting and Best extracted insulin, glucose management has improved due to the introduction of insulin analogues that act from 30 minutes to 28 days, improved insulin dose regimes, and portable glucose meters, with a current focus on alternative sampling sites that are less invasive. ...However, direct detection of free insulin has provided a challenge due to the size of the molecule, the low concentration of insulin in blood, and the selectivity against interferants in blood. ...
Since Banting and Best extracted insulin, glucose management has improved due to the introduction of insulin analogues that ac …
Insulin level and insulin sensitivity indices among healthy children and adolescents.
Ballerini MG, et al. Arch Argent Pediatr 2016. PMID 27399010 Free article.
INTRODUCTION: Information on insulin reference values and insulin sensitivity indices in the field of pediatrics is scarce. OBJECTIVE: To describe insulin range and insulin sensitivity surrogate indices during childhood. ...A fasting blood insulin level of 10 pIU/mL in prepubertal children and of 17 pIU/mL and 13 pIU/mL in pubertal girls and boys, respectively, may be considered as an acceptable cut-off value in healthy children. ...
INTRODUCTION: Information on insulin reference values and insulin sensitivity indices in the field of pediatrics is scarce. OB …
Exercise Timing in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Systematic Review
Teo SYM, et al. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2018. PMID 30067587
Improvements in glycemia (glucose concentrations and glucose area under the curve) and insulin area under the curve appeared more consistent when exercise was performed during the postmeal period as compared with the premeal period; however, this observation was largely based on indirect comparisons between studies. ...
Improvements in glycemia (glucose concentrations and glucose area under the curve) and insulin area under the curve appeared more con …
Development of a Microsphere-Based System to Facilitate Real-Time Insulin Monitoring.
Kahanovitz L, et al. J Diabetes Sci Technol 2016. PMID 26721524 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: The speed of insulin absorption after subcutaneous delivery is highly variable. Incorrect assumptions about insulin pharmacokinetics compromise effective glycemic regulation. ...RESULTS: The bead detection system in plates had a linear range in buffer for regular human insulin (RHI), insulin lispro, and insulin aspart of 15-1115 µIU/ml, 14-976 µIU/ml, and 25-836 µIU/ml, respectively. ...
BACKGROUND: The speed of insulin absorption after subcutaneous delivery is highly variable. Incorrect assumptions about insulin
A regional blood flow model for glucose and insulin kinetics during hemodialysis.
Schneditz D, et al. ASAIO J 2013. PMID 24172269
The distribution and elimination of a bolus of glucose injected during hemodialysis (HD) was examined using a distributed double-pool regional blood flow model. Intracorporeal glucose disposal was assumed as insulin-independent (λ) in the central high-flow compartment comprising blood, brain, and internal organs, including pancreatic insulin secretion (a, C1) and hepatic insulin clearance (α). ...
The distribution and elimination of a bolus of glucose injected during hemodialysis (HD) was examined using a distributed double-pool region …
Suspected factitious hypoglycemia
Brett F, et al. Clin Neuropathol 2016. PMID 27641434
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