Prevalence and pathophysiology of impaired glucose tolerance in three different high-risk white groups.

@article{Page1993PrevalenceAP,
  title={Prevalence and pathophysiology of impaired glucose tolerance in three different high-risk white groups.},
  author={Renee C Page and E K Walravens and Jonathan C Levy and Irene M. Stratton and Robert C. Turner},
  journal={Metabolism: clinical and experimental},
  year={1993},
  volume={42 8},
  pages={932-8}
}
Insulin resistance and beta-cell function were assessed by a continuous infusion of glucose in the following three groups of white subjects at risk of developing impaired glucose tolerance and diabetes: 41 subjects who were the offspring of patients with type II diabetes, 26 general-population subjects with an increased fasting plasma glucose level of at least 5.6 mmol/L on screening, and 22 subjects who had had gestational diabetes but were now nondiabetic. Subjects had a mean (+/- 1 SD) age… CONTINUE READING