Cognitive and psychomotor function during hypoglycemia: a comparison between porcine and human insulin.

Abstract

After an overnight euglycemic clamp, blood glucose levels were precisely lowered on two nonconsecutive mornings via a glucose-controlled insulin infusion system (GCIIS, Biostator) using either purified porcine insulin (PPI) or human insulin (HI). Two cognitive and psychomotor tests were significantly different in 8 type-I diabetic subjects and 8 healthy… (More)

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@article{Maassen1990CognitiveAP, title={Cognitive and psychomotor function during hypoglycemia: a comparison between porcine and human insulin.}, author={Marcus Maassen and Th Lingenfelser and Hendrik Gl{\"u}ck and W. Renn and M. Eggstein and B. Jakober}, journal={Neuropsychobiology}, year={1990}, volume={24 1}, pages={30-6} }