Auto-brewery syndrome: Ethanol pseudo-toxicity in diabetic and hepatic patients

@article{Hafez2017AutobrewerySE,
  title={Auto-brewery syndrome: Ethanol pseudo-toxicity in diabetic and hepatic patients},
  author={E. Hafez and M. Hamad and M. Fouad and A. Abdel-Lateff},
  journal={Human & Experimental Toxicology},
  year={2017},
  volume={36},
  pages={445 - 450}
}
Endogenous alcohol has been applied for spontaneous ethanol production via different metabolic pathways of the human body. Auto-brewery syndrome describes the patients with alcohol intoxication after ingesting carbohydrate-rich meals. The main objective of this study is to investigate the effect of diabetes mellitus (DM), liver cirrhosis (LC) and presence of both (DM and LC) on blood alcohol concentration (BAC) especially after carbohydrate ingestion. BAC has been measured by headspace gas… Expand
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