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Hypoglycemia

  • Bo K. Siesjö
  • Carl-David Agardh

Abstract

Hypoglycemia is associated with a great variety of medical disorders, e.g., liver failure, islet tumors of the pancreas, and premature birth. However, its clinical importance mainly resides in the fact that it frequently accompanies the treatment of diabetes mellitus.

Keywords

Blood Glucose Concentration Severe Hypoglycemia Amino Acid Pool Energy Failure Cerebral Metabolic Rate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Bo K. Siesjö
    • 1
  • Carl-David Agardh
    • 1
  1. 1.Laboratory for Experimental Brain Research, E-BocketUniversity Hospital of LundLundSweden

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