Blood Glucose Regulation in an Insulin-Dependent Diabetic Backpacker.

  • Kent Berg
  • Published 1983 in The Physician and sportsmedicine

Abstract

In brief: Glucose regulation in an insulin-dependent diabetic man during a six-day backpacking trip was compared to six days at home, where he ran about 5 miles daily. The energy expenditure of backpacking was estimated from an equation based on total weight (body plus pack), and the energy cost of running was determined from heart rate-oxygen uptake… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/00913847.1983.11708707

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@article{Berg1983BloodGR, title={Blood Glucose Regulation in an Insulin-Dependent Diabetic Backpacker.}, author={Kent Berg}, journal={The Physician and sportsmedicine}, year={1983}, volume={11 12}, pages={100-7} }