Catecholamine, STH, Cortisol, Glucagon, Insulin und Sexualhormone bei körperlicher Belastung und Beta1-Blockade

@article{Kindermann2005CatecholamineSC,
  title={Catecholamine, STH, Cortisol, Glucagon, Insulin und Sexualhormone bei k{\"o}rperlicher Belastung und Beta1-Blockade},
  author={W. Kindermann and A. Schnabel and W. Schmitt and G. Biro and M. Hippchen},
  journal={Klinische Wochenschrift},
  year={2005},
  volume={60},
  pages={505-512}
}
SummaryThe effects of beta-1-adrenergic blockade (100 mg metoprolol) on metabolism in exercise was examined in 14 healthy males who worked for 50 min on a treadmill at 65% of their maximal exercise capacity. The tests were carried out in a double blind fashion. Glucose and lactate were determined in arterialized capillary blood, free fatty acids, glycerol, growth hormone, cortisol, glucagon, insulin, testosterone, and estradiol in serum, and adrenaline and noradrenaline in plasma.Lactate and… Expand
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