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Effect of diltiazem on plasma glucose insulin and glucagon during an oral glucose tolerance test in healthy volunteers



Effect of diltiazem on plasma glucose insulin and glucagon during an oral glucose tolerance test in healthy volunteers



European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 26(4): 481-484



The effect of the Ca antagonist, diltiazem, on glycoregulation was investigated in 12 healthy volunteers using a standard glucose tolerance test. No significant change was observed in plasma glucose, insulin or glucagon levels after oral treatment for 8 days with diltiazem 180 mg/day.

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Accession: 005234235

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PMID: 6376146

DOI: 10.1007/bf00542145


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