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Exercise and the Kidney in Diabetes

  • Carl Erik Mogensen

Abstract

Exercise proteinuria has been known in many years. There are early descriptions of the phenomenon, but the first published reports of exercise-induced albuminuria is given by Collier in 1907, describing »functional albuminuria« in athletes [1]. Since then many papers on this topic related to normal renal physiology have been published [2–19]. The first to describe comprehensively haemodynamic effect of exercise in diabetes was the Swedish investigator T. Karlefors. He studied exercise tests in male diabetics and looked for instance at heart rate and systolic blood pressure raises [20]. A new era started around 1970 after the introduction of exact measurement of urinary albumin excretion rate, for instance by radioimmunoassay or other immuno-based techniques [21,22].

Keywords

Blood Pressure Response Urinary Albumin Excretion Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion Albumin Excretion Rate Urinary Albumin Excretion Rate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Carl Erik Mogensen
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  1. 1.Medical Department MAarhus KommunehospitalAarhusDenmark

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