Diabetes mellitus, plasma glucose and lung function in a cross-sectional population study.

  title={Diabetes mellitus, plasma glucose and lung function in a cross-sectional population study.},
  author={Peter de Lange and Steffen Groth and Jens Kastrup and Jann Mortensen and Merete Appleyard and Jorgen Nyboe and Gorm Jensen and Peter Schnohr},
  journal={The European respiratory journal},
  volume={2 1},
To assess possible associations between diabetes mellitus (DM), plasma glucose, forced vital capacity (FVC) and forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1), we analysed the results from a cross-sectional study of 11,763 subjects. The subjects were 20 yrs of age or older and were representative of the population of Copenhagen City. Two hundred and eighty four of the participants had DM as assessed by questionnaire. One hundred and seven subjects who did not report having DM had a plasma… CONTINUE READING


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