Adrenergic blockade alters glucose kinetics during exercise in insulin-dependent diabetics.

@article{Simonson1984AdrenergicBA,
  title={Adrenergic blockade alters glucose kinetics during exercise in insulin-dependent diabetics.},
  author={Donald C Simonson and Veikko Koivisto and Robert S. Sherwin and Ele Ferrannini and Rosa E Hendler and Anders Juhlin-Dannfelt and Ralph A DeFronzo},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1984},
  volume={73 6},
  pages={1648-58}
}
We investigated the effects of alpha and/or beta adrenergic blockade (with phentolamine and/or propranolol) on glucose homeostasis during exercise in six normal subjects and in seven Type I diabetic subjects. The diabetics received a low dose insulin infusion (0.07 mU/kg X min) designed to maintain plasma glucose at approximately 150 mg/dl. In normals, neither alpha, beta, nor combined alpha and beta adrenergic blockade altered glucose production, glucose uptake, or plasma glucose concentration… CONTINUE READING

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