Dorota Strzałkowska

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BACKGROUND Physical activity is crucial for treatment of diabetes. However, intensive exercise brings the risk for metabolic decompensation; therefore, predicting its effect on glycemia is of great importance. MATERIALS AND METHODS Fourteen type 2 diabetic patients (47.9+/-1.6 years; mean+/-S.E.M.), treated with gliclazide, and 14 healthy controls(More)
BACKGROUND Physical activity is an essential component of diabetes management; however, exercise is associated with the risk for metabolic decompensation. The aim of the study was to analyze insulin response to the short-term intense exercise in middle-aged Type 2 diabetic patients treated with gliclazide. MATERIALS AND METHODS Fourteen Type 2 diabetic(More)
1 A 64‐year‐old male patient with a pancreatic tu‐ mor of unknown origin and retroperitoneal fi‐ brosis was admitted to our department because of severe abdominal pain with ileum symptoms lasting 2 days. The patient’s complaints included periodic, progressing abdominal pain, loss of ap‐ petite, weight reduction (20 kg within 7 months), and eye dryness. The(More)
The aim of this study was to estimate the results of tilt table testing in two groups of healthy adolescents--swimmers and control. Cardio-vascular reactions on tilting were determined by the measurements of heart rate (HR), systolic (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP). The study was carried out in accordance with the Polish Cardiac Society procedure.(More)
Early detection of silent ischaemia plays an important role in prevention of sudden cardiac death. Glucose metabolism disturbances are important risk factor of ischaemic heart disease. More frequent occurrence of silent ischaemia in patients with diabetes mellitus has been reported in several studies. We studied 24-hour Holter ECG monitoring of 335 patients(More)
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