No acute effects of smoking and nicotine nasal spray on lipolysis measured by subcutaneous microdialysis.

@article{Eliasson1997NoAE,
  title={No acute effects of smoking and nicotine nasal spray on lipolysis measured by subcutaneous microdialysis.},
  author={Bjorn Eliasson and Ulf Smith and Peter L{\"o}nnroth},
  journal={European journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1997},
  volume={27 6},
  pages={503-9}
}
Smoking is associated with insulin resistance, dyslipidaemia and markers of the insulin resistance syndrome. This study investigated adipose tissue lipolysis in situ by subcutaneous microdialysis twice in 10 healthy, male smokers after smoking four cigarettes over 2 h and after the administration of an equal amount of nicotine given as nasal spray (NNS). Glucose and insulin levels, in situ lipolysis and adipose tissue blood flow were studied in the post-absorptive state and after a 75-g oral… CONTINUE READING