Plasma catecholamines and blood substrate concentrations: studies in insulin induced hypoglycaemia and after adrenaline infusions.

@article{Christensen1975PlasmaCA,
  title={Plasma catecholamines and blood substrate concentrations: studies in insulin induced hypoglycaemia and after adrenaline infusions.},
  author={Niels Juel Christensen and K G Alberti and Ole Brandsborg},
  journal={European journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1975},
  volume={5 5},
  pages={
          415-23
        }
}
Plasma adrenaline-blood glucose interrelationships in insulin-induced hypoglycaemia in man have been studied using a sensitive double-isotope derivative method for adrenaline estimation. Plasma adrenaline reached a peak of 1.24 ng/ml at 45 minutes after insulin while blood glucose reached a nadir of 22 mg/100 ml at 30 minutes. There was a strong correlation both between the rise in adrenaline and the degree of hypoglycaemia and between the rise in adrenaline and the post-hypoglycaemic rise in… CONTINUE READING

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