Inflammation and Hypoglycemia: The Lipid Connection

@inproceedings{Tirosh2011InflammationAH,
  title={Inflammation and Hypoglycemia: The Lipid Connection},
  author={Oren Tirosh},
  year={2011}
}
Patients can be exposed to a variety of potentially life threatening acute inflammations mainly sepsis, which accounts to 9% of all death in the US. The prevalence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is about 30% in the general population. Fatty liver is known to be more sensitive to endotoxins. It has been reported that metabolic aspects of sepsis and endotoxemia are suppression of the fatty acid beta-oxidation pathway and severe hypoglycemia. This can be due to lipotoxic effects… CONTINUE READING

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