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Effect of injection of hypertonic glucose on splanchnic blood flow and oxygen consumption



Effect of injection of hypertonic glucose on splanchnic blood flow and oxygen consumption



Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation 13: 503-511



The effect of a rapid intravenous injection of hypertonic glucose solutions on the splanchnic blood flow and oxygen consumption was studied in six healthy non-hospitalized volunteers. The glucose injections resulted in a pronounced hyperglycemia and a moderate expansion of the plasma volume. The mean blood glucose concentration decreased from 370 mg glucose per 100 ml blood to 175 mg during the 45 minute period. No measurable effect on either the splanchnic blood flow or the splanchnic oxygen consumption was found.

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PMID: 14449939

DOI: 10.1080/00365516109137315


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