3 edition of Insulin resistance in human disease found in the catalog.
Insulin resistance in human disease
Korea-Japan Symposium on Diabetes Mellitus (7th 1993 Seoul, Korea)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Kap Bum Huh, Soon Hyun Shinn, Toshio Kaneko.|
|Series||International congress series ;, no. 1035|
|Contributions||Huh, Kap Bum., Shinn, Soon Hyun., Kaneko, Toshio.|
|LC Classifications||RC662.4 .K67 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 412 p. :|
|Number of Pages||412|
|LC Control Number||93032438|
Insulin resistance syndrome includes a group of problems like obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and type 2 diabetes. It could affect as many as 1 in 3 Americans. It could affect as. While people with type 2 diabetes have insulin resistance, 20 to 25 percent of the U.S. population—about 70 million people—are also insulin resistant. This could make insulin resistance the most common cause of chronic disease, says epidemiologist Rodolfo Valdez of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Insulin resistance in human disease. Amsterdam ; New York: Excerpta Medica, (OCoLC) Online version: Korea-Japan Symposium on Diabetes Mellitus (7th: Seoul, Korea). Insulin resistance in human disease. Amsterdam ; New York: Excerpta Medica, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource. Banting lecture: role of insulin resistance in human disease Diabetes 37 7 Welborn Ta Wearne K. Coronary heart disease and cardiovascular mortality in Busselton with reference to glucose and insulin concentrations Diabetes Care 2 60 8 Ducimetiere P. Eschwege E. Papoz L. Richard Jl Claude Jr Rosselin G. Relationship of Cited by:
Although obesity, dyslipidemia and insulin resistance (IR) are well known risk factors for systemic cardiovascular disease, their impact on pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is unknown. The present authors’ previous studies indicate that IR may be a risk factor for PAH. The current study has investigated the prevalence of IR in PAH and explored its relationship with disease by: For many years, cardiovascular disease (CVD) has been the leading cause of death around the world. Often associated with CVD are comorbidities such as obesity, abnormal lipid profiles and insulin resistance. Insulin is a key hormone that functions as a regulator of cellular metabolism in many tissues in the human body. Insulin resistance is defined as a decrease in tissue response to insulin Cited by:
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Insulin resistance, defined as a reduced biological action of insulin, has emerged as a major factor in the development and progression of a number of common non-communicable diseases in man. The role of insulin resistance in the aetiology of type 2 diabetes is particularly : $ In this book, several leading investigators who have made seminal contributions to the field have written chapters covering the normal biology of insulin action, the pathophysiology of insulin resistance, the myriad clinical consequences of insulin resistance, and finally, current and Price: $ In many cases, the onset of diabetes is progressive, developing via a condition of insulin resistance.
This book considers the development of this condition, its consequences and clinical and therapeutic aspects. The book reviews the normal biology of insulin action on glucose, lipids and proteins.
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In addition, differences in either degree of obesity or level of habitual physical activity can also modulate in vivo insulin action (18,24).
In an apparent attempt to maintain glucose homeostasis, the compensatory response to a decrease in insulin Cited by: In Insulin Resistance: The Metabolic Syndrome X, outstanding investigators thoughtfully summarize our current understanding of how insulin resistance and its compensating hyperinsulinemia (Syndrome X) play a major role in the pathogenesis and clinical course of high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease-the so-called diseases of Western civilization-as well as polycystic ovary s: 1.
Insulin resistance is defined as the impaired sensitivity of tissues, mainly skeletal muscle, liver, and adipose tissues, to the action of insulin. Insulin resistance precedes β‐cell dysfunction and plays a key role in the development of type 2 by: 1.
Insulin resistance can be said to exist “whenever normal concentrations of hormone produce a less than normal biological response”.1 In the s, Himsworth first differentiated patients with diabetes mellitus into “insulin sensitive” and “insulin insensitive” based on the ability of subcutaneous insulin administration to dispose of an oral glucose load.2 He further suggested that.
Resistance to insulin-stimulated glucose uptake is present in the majority of patients with impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) or non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) and in ∼25% of nonobese individuals with normal oral glucose tolerance.
In these conditions, deterioration of glucose tolerance can only be prevented if the β-cell is able to increase its insulin secretory Cited by: Insulin Resistance as a Risk Factor in Visceral and Neurological Disorders provides an overview on the risk factors for insulin resistance in visceral and neurological disorders.
The book focuses on molecular mechanisms and signal transduction processes associated with the : Paperback. Reaven GM. Banting lecture Role of insulin resistance in human disease.
Diabetes. Dec; 37 (12)– Bell PM. Clinical significance of insulin resistance. Diabet Med. Jun; 13 (6)– Insulin resistance is a state of reduced cellular responsiveness to normal circulating concentrations of insulin in the blood.
Much is unknown about the condition’s etiology, but research has shown insulin resistance appears to play a role in the pathophysiology of prediabetes, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease (CVD).
The Journal of Insulin Resistance is a peer-reviewed, clinically oriented journal covering advances in disorders of insulin resistance. Articles focus on clinical care and advancing therapy for patients with insulin resistance-related disorders.
Insulin resistance includes pathophysiology, management, patient education, and treatment considerations for different patient by: 5. If you have insulin resistance, you want to become the opposite—more insulin sensitive (cells are more effective at absorbing blood sugar so less insulin is needed).
Physical activity makes you more sensitive to insulin, one reason why it’s a cornerstone of. Lastly, there are several mechanisms through which the hyperinsulinemia, which is associated with insulin resistance, can contribute to the development of cardiovascular disease.
These include activation of matrix metalloproteinases, which can result in endothelial matrix degradation, and activation of the tissue factor pathway leading to increased blood by: 1. Generalized insulin resistance occurs primarily as a result of obesity, a consequence of caloric excess, physical inactivity, genetics, and age.
Insulin resistance is associated with many serious medical conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, hypertension, atherosclerosis, and metabolic syndrome 1, by: Pathophysiology of insulin resistance in human disease evidence is presented supporting the view that the combination of insulin resistance and compensatory hyperinsulinemia predisposes to the development of a cluster of abnormalities, including some degree of glucose intolerance, an increase in plasma triglyceride and a decrease in high.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "October " Description: x, pages illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Cellular insulin action and insulin resistance; hepatic glucose metabolism and insulin resistance in NIDDM and obesity; action of insulin on glucose metabolism in vivo; in vivo glucose transport in human skeletal muscle - tools, problems and.
Mari A, Ahren B, Pacini G. Assessment of insulin secretion in relation to insulin resistance. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. Sep. 8(5) Reaven GM.
Pathophysiology of insulin resistance in human disease. Physiol Rev. Jul. 75(3) Kim JA, Wei Y, Sowers JR. Role of mitochondrial dysfunction in insulin resistance.6. Insulin resistance and Alzheimer’s disease 7. Insulin resistance and Parkinson’s disease 8. Insulin resistance, dementia, and depression 9.
Use of phytochemicals for the treatment of insulin resistance-linked visceral and neurological disorders Summary and perspective for future research on insulin resistance and insulin resistance.