Lack of glucose elevation after simulated tube feeding with a low-carbohydrate, high-fat enteral formula in patients with type I diabetes.

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PURPOSE Commercially available enteral formulas frequently cause hyperglycemia. This often leads to difficult and complex diabetes management with glucosuria and urinary losses of calories, fluid, and electrolytes. In this study, we compared a new product, EN-8715 (8% soluble fiber, 18% Polycose, 7% fructose, 50% fat, 17% protein), with a standard feeding… (More)

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