Metabolic control in diabetic subjects following myocardial infarction: difficulties in improving blood glucose levels by intravenous insulin infusion.


Optimal metabolic control during the first twelve hours after myocardial infarction may be associated with improved survival in diabetic subjects. A comparison of an intravenous insulin infusion regimen aimed at improving blood glucose levels (n = 35), with 'routine control' (n = 34) in the post infarction period has been carried out in diabetic subjects… (More)


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