Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental

New therapies, monitoring, and revolutionary enabling technologies applied to healthcare represent an historic opportunity to improve the lives of people with diabetes. These advances enable more meaningful monitoring of blood glucose values with the facilitation of more optimal insulin dosing and delivery. There are two general types of metabolism experiments: those of relatively short duration covering several periods, each from a few days to a week in length; and those carried out over as long a period as possible. As examples of the first type we have such investigations as the study of the effect of a given substance upon the nitrogenous equilibrium, or the study of the ability of the animal body to divert urea or other excretory nitrogen for the synthesis of special conjugate radicles of interest in intermediary metabolism; other examples will doubtless suggest themselves to the reader.

 

  • Blood Glucose
  • Insulin
  • Nitrogenous equilibrium
  • Metabolism Experiments

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