• Publications
  • Influence
Metabolic syndrome.
  • H. Minuk
  • Medicine
    Journal of insurance medicine
  • 2005
This case study includes a sequence of underwriting events, as well as an overview of the mortality implications of this population health issue.
Glucoregulatory and metabolic response to exercise in obese noninsulin-dependent diabetes.
TLDR
The sustained insulinemia, the basal overproduction of glucose, and hyperglycemia itself may all contribute to the observed differences in glucose flux during exercise in noninsulin-dependent diabetics.
Exercise in diabetic man: glucose turnover and free insulin responses after glycemic normalization with intravenous insulin.
TLDR
Complete normalization of glycemia, glucose turnover, and the lactate response to postabsorptive exercise can be achieved by the intravenous infusion of insulin adjusted to obtain normoglycemia before the onset of exercise.
Diabetes mellitus: new guidelines.
  • H. Minuk
  • Medicine
    Journal of insurance medicine
  • 2000
TLDR
The American Diabetes Association adopted new guidelines for the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus in 1997, which recommended that patients with a history of type 2 diabetes be screened for the disease.
Exercise and insulin absorption.
The Metabolic Syndrome and All-Cause Mortality in an Insured Lives Population
TLDR
Based on a modified NCEP definition, increased mortality risk is associated with metabolic syndrome in an insured lives cohort and has life insurance mortality pricing implications.
Continuous blood glucose analysis in vitro and in vivo
TLDR
In vivo applications are presented to show that the method using an interference-free enzyme reagent in a modified Auto-Analyzer whole blood glucose concentration can be monitored continuously and interpreted in terms of the actual plasma glucose concentration and is suitable for use in systems such as the ‘artificial endocrine pancreas’.
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