Association between glycemic state and lung function: the Framingham Heart Study.

Abstract

Diabetes mellitus has been inconsistently associated with a reduced level of pulmonary function. To elucidate this association further, we analyzed the relationship of diabetes and of fasting blood glucose to the level of pulmonary function assessed by spirometry in the 3,254 members of the Framingham Offspring Cohort. Diabetes was defined as a fasting… (More)

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@article{Walter2003AssociationBG, title={Association between glycemic state and lung function: the Framingham Heart Study.}, author={Robert E. Walter and Alexa Beiser and Rachel J Givelber and George T. O'Connor and Daniel Gottlieb}, journal={American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine}, year={2003}, volume={167 6}, pages={911-6} }