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Die Behandlung des Diabetikers mit Insulin

  • Michael Berger
  • Viktor Jörgens

Zusammenfassung

Schon seit 1922 wird fehlendes Insulin durch subkutane Applikation ersetzt, und es gilt immer noch die Aussage eines Lehrbuches der Diabetologie von 1932 (Priese, Wagne.):

„Es kann gesagt werden, daß es wohl wünschenswert wäre, fiir die subkutane Einverleibung des Insulins einen Ersatz zu finden, daß es aber leider keinen derartigen brauchbaren Ersatz gibt.“

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  • Michael Berger
  • Viktor Jörgens

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