Neural dysfunction during hypoglycaemia.


There is controversy over the definition of hypoglycaemia in neonates and children and over its significance when 'asymptomatic'. We measured sensory evoked potentials in relation to blood glucose concentration in 17 children: 13 were fasted or given insulin to investigate endocrine or metabolic abnormalities and four had spontaneous episodes of… (More)


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@article{Koh1988NeuralDD, title={Neural dysfunction during hypoglycaemia.}, author={Tong-San Koh and Al Aynsley-Green and Mike H Tarbit and Janet A. Eyre}, journal={Archives of disease in childhood}, year={1988}, volume={63 11}, pages={1353-8} }