Nateglinide with glibenclamide examination using the respiratory quotient (RQ).

@article{Harada2006NateglinideWG,
  title={Nateglinide with glibenclamide examination using the respiratory quotient (RQ).},
  author={Shinji Harada and Masahiro Nomura and Yutaka Nakaya and Susumu Ito},
  journal={The journal of medical investigation : JMI},
  year={2006},
  volume={53 3-4},
  pages={
          303-9
        }
}
PURPOSE The respiratory quotient (RQ) is useful for evaluating glucose and lipid metabolism in vivo. We previously reported that the RQ value, even after fasting, was high in diabetics being treated with sulphonylurea (SU), which might explain the accumulation of fat, leading to weight gain in such individuals. In the present study, we measured the RQ in type II diabetic patients who were being treated with a rapid-onset/short-duration insulinotropic agent, nateglinide, and compared it with… CONTINUE READING

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