Cardiac and plasma catecholamine responses to exercise in patients with type 2 diabetes: prognostic implications for cardiac-cerebrovascular events.


BACKGROUND Patients with diabetes mellitus have an altered exercise plasma catecholamine response, which may be related to the abnormal sympathoadrenal function and autonomic neuropathy. Presence of autonomic neuropathy is associated with poor prognosis, but relationship between exercise plasma catecholamine and prognosis has not been investigated. This… (More)


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