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[Carbohydrate infusion in internal diseases. A comparative study in metabolically health, liver diseased and diabetic patients. VII. Infusions of a glucose-fructose-xylitol mixture (relationship 1:2:1) over 48 hours].
Infusionsther Klin Ernahr. 1982 Jun; 9(3):112-6.IK

Abstract

3 groups (6 control persons, 6 patients with liver cirrhosis, 6 patients with diabetes mellitus) were infused with 20% (w/v) carbohydrate mixture (glucose/fructose/xylitol, 1:2:1) for 48 hours. The metabolical status was controlled in defined intervals by means of 39 different laboratory parameters. The infusion rate was supposed to be 0.25 g carbohydrates/kg B. W. and hour. There were no significant changes in blood glucose levels in any of the 3 groups. However we could observe a slight but constant increase in lactate and triglyceride concentrations. Free fatty acids and keton bodies were suppressed on a low level. Only the diabetics showed a significant renal carbohydrate loss with up to 15% of the amount administered. No clinically relevant side effects were observed.

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Comparative Study
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7049942

Citation

Müller, P H., et al. "[Carbohydrate Infusion in Internal Diseases. a Comparative Study in Metabolically Health, Liver Diseased and Diabetic Patients. VII. Infusions of a Glucose-fructose-xylitol Mixture (relationship 1:2:1) Over 48 Hours]." Infusionstherapie Und Klinische Ernahrung, vol. 9, no. 3, 1982, pp. 112-6.
Müller PH, Kleber M, Becke F, et al. [Carbohydrate infusion in internal diseases. A comparative study in metabolically health, liver diseased and diabetic patients. VII. Infusions of a glucose-fructose-xylitol mixture (relationship 1:2:1) over 48 hours]. Infusionsther Klin Ernahr. 1982;9(3):112-6.
Müller, P. H., Kleber, M., Becke, F., Egberts, E. H., Schmülling, R., Prestele, H., Horbach, L., & Malchow, H. (1982). [Carbohydrate infusion in internal diseases. A comparative study in metabolically health, liver diseased and diabetic patients. VII. Infusions of a glucose-fructose-xylitol mixture (relationship 1:2:1) over 48 hours]. Infusionstherapie Und Klinische Ernahrung, 9(3), 112-6.
Müller PH, et al. [Carbohydrate Infusion in Internal Diseases. a Comparative Study in Metabolically Health, Liver Diseased and Diabetic Patients. VII. Infusions of a Glucose-fructose-xylitol Mixture (relationship 1:2:1) Over 48 Hours]. Infusionsther Klin Ernahr. 1982;9(3):112-6. PubMed PMID: 7049942.
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