Relationship between postprandial changes in cardiac left ventricular function, glucose and insulin concentrations, gastric emptying, and satiety in healthy subjects

@inproceedings{Hlebowicz2011RelationshipBP,
  title={Relationship between postprandial changes in cardiac left ventricular function, glucose and insulin concentrations, gastric emptying, and satiety in healthy subjects},
  author={Joanna Hlebowicz and Sandra Lindstedt and Ola Bj{\"o}rgell and Magnus Dencker},
  booktitle={Nutrition journal},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND The digestion of food is known to alter the hemodynamics of the body significantly. The purpose of this study was to study the postprandial changes in stroke volume (SV), cardiac output (CO) and left ventricular (LV) longitudinal systolic and diastolic functions measured with tissue Doppler imaging, in relation to gastric emptying rate (GER), satiety, and glucose and insulin concentrations in healthy subjects. METHODS Twenty-three healthy subjects were included in this study. The… CONTINUE READING

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The purpose of this study was to study the postprandial changes in stroke volume ( SV ) , cardiac output ( CO ) and left ventricular ( LV ) longitudinal systolic and diastolic functions measured with tissue Doppler imaging , in relation to gastric emptying rate ( GER ) , satiety , and glucose and insulin concentrations in healthy subjects . METHODS .
The purpose of this study was to study the postprandial changes in stroke volume ( SV ) , cardiac output ( CO ) and left ventricular ( LV ) longitudinal systolic and diastolic functions measured with tissue Doppler imaging , in relation to gastric emptying rate ( GER ) , satiety , and glucose and insulin concentrations in healthy subjects . METHODS .
The purpose of this study was to study the postprandial changes in stroke volume ( SV ) , cardiac output ( CO ) and left ventricular ( LV ) longitudinal systolic and diastolic functions measured with tissue Doppler imaging , in relation to gastric emptying rate ( GER ) , satiety , and glucose and insulin concentrations in healthy subjects . METHODS .
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