Blood glucose regulation in type II diabetic patients

@inproceedings{Ekram2016BloodGR,
  title={Blood glucose regulation in type II diabetic patients},
  author={Fatemeh Ekram},
  year={2016}
}
Type II diabetes is the most pervasive diabetic disorder, characterized by insulin resistance, β -cell failure in secreting insulin and impaired regulatory effects of the liver on glucose concentration. Although in the initial steps of the disease, it can be controlled by lifestyle management, but most of the patients eventually require oral diabetic drugs and insulin therapy. The target for the blood glucose regulation is a certain range rather than a single value and even in this range, it is… CONTINUE READING

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