Naloxone attenuates recovery from insulin-induced hypoglycemia in normal man.


The effect of the opioid antagonist, naloxone, on recovery of serum glucose concentrations from insulin-induced (0.1 U/kg) hypoglycemia was determined in five normal adult men. Each subject was studied on 2 separate days, at least 2 weeks apart, during an infusion of either normal saline (6.5 ml/h) or naloxone (0.8 mg/h). The order of the infusions was… (More)


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