Sympathetic drive to liver and nonhepatic splanchnic tissue during prolonged exercise is increased in diabetes.

This study was conducted to assess whether nonhepatic splanchnic (NHS) and hepatic tissues contribute to the increase in circulating norepinephrine during prolonged exercise, and to determine whether such a response is exaggerated during exercise in the poorly controlled diabetic when the arterial norepinephrine response is excessive. Chronically… CONTINUE READING