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This work aimed to evaluate the use of a four-point glucagon stimulation test of C-peptide effect on glucose utilization in type 1 diabetic patients using a new mathematical model. A group of 32 type 1 diabetic patients and a group of 10 healthy control subjects underwent a four-point glucagon stimulation test with blood sampling at 0, 6, 15 and 30 min(More)
INTRODUCTION Diabetes mellitus is associated with a lot of changes in intermediary metabolism and several authors reported on higher frequency of liver diseases in patients with diabetes. AIM OF THE STUDY Was to establish the changes of blood serum cholinesterase, prealbumin and albumin, parameters which are accepted as an index of liver proteosynthetic(More)
Oxidative stress, decreased antioxidant capacity, and impaired sperm mitochondrial function are the main factors contributing to male infertility. The goal of the present study was to assess the effect of the per os treatment with Carni-Q-Nol (440 mg L-carnitine fumarate + 30 mg ubiquinol + 75 IU vitamin E + 12 mg vitamin C in each softsule) in infertile(More)
Cardiovascular diseases including hypertension are often associated with behavioural alterations. The aim of this study was to show, whether ivabradine, the blocker of If-channel in sinoatrial node, is able to modify the behaviour of rats in L-nitro-arginine methyl ester (L-NAME)-induced hypertension and to compare the effect of ivabradine with captopril(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the threshold limit of vitamin D3 associated with the risk of nonskeletal health complications in humans. BACKGROUND Vitamin D3 deficiency is primary caused by a reduced sun exposure, consequent limiting of vitamin D3 production in the skin, and low intake of food with this vitamin. METHODS Ninety-two adults (25-95 years old) were(More)
The authors present the results of evaluation of platelet aggregation by means of an automated system (on line detection of platelet aggregation curves) in 80 patients with diabetes mellitus type I. After global analysis no significant changes were found between controls, patients without diabetic nephropathy, and patients with incipient and clinically(More)
  • V Mojto
  • 1997
Diabetic microangiopathy is in its developed form a serious complication for patients with diabetes, in particular diabetes type 1. An important aspect of prevention of organ damage is early assessment of factors which accelerate the development of microangiopathy. In the submitted paper the authors draw attention assessment of plasma fibrinogen,(More)
OBJECTIVES This study indicates that the seasonality of births of patients with DM1 and DM2 has occurred in their adolescence or adulthood. BACKGROUND Patients with Diabetes mellitus type 2 (DM2) with the maturity onset have different seasonal birth patterns from those with Diabetes mellitus type 1 (DM1) with the maturity onset, or DM1children. METHODS(More)