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The Minimal Model Approach and Determinants of Glucose Tolerance (Pennington Center Nutrition Series, V. 7) ebook

by R. N. Bergman,Jennifer C. Lovejoy


Bergman RN, Lovejoy JC (1997) The minimal model approach and determinants of glucose tolerance .

Bergman RN, Lovejoy JC (1997) The minimal model approach and determinants of glucose tolerance, vol 7. Louisiana State University Press, Baton RougeGoogle Scholar. 6. Bode BW, Sabbah HT, Gross TM, Fredrickson LP, Davidson PC (2002) Diabetes management in the new millennium using insulin pump therapy. Diab Metab Res Rev 18(Suppl. 1):S14–S20CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Ni TC, Ader M, Bergman RN (1997) Reassessment of glucose effectiveness and insulin sensitivity from minimal model analysis: a theoretical evaluation of the single-compartment glucose distribution assumption. Diabetes 46:1813–1821CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Minimal-model approach. Glucose tolerance depends on a complex interaction among insulin secretion from the beta-cells, clearance of the hormone, and the actions of insulin to accelerate glucose disappearance and inhibit endogenous glucose production. Bergman RN1. Author information. An additional factor, less well recognized, is the ability of glucose per se, independent of changes in insulin, to increase glucose uptake and suppress endogenous output (glucose effectiveness). These factors can be measured in the intact organism with physiologically based minimal models of glucose utilization and insulin kinetics.

It has been proposed that the decline in glucose tolerance with age is not a primary aging effect but is. .However, age remains a significant determinant of the further decline in glucose tolerance of healthy old subjects.

It has been proposed that the decline in glucose tolerance with age is not a primary aging effect but is secondary to a combination of other age-associated characteristics, . disease, medication, obesity, central and upper-body fat deposition, and inactivity. To test this hypothesis, we first eliminated from analysis the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging participants with identifiable diseases or medications known to influence glucose tolerance. Seven hundred forty-three men and women, aged 17-92 yr, remained for analysis.

N. Bergman and J. C. Lovejoy (ed. The minimal model approach and determinants of glucose tolerance, vol. 7 of Pennington Center Nutrition Series, pp. 3–50, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, LA, 1997. The Allen Institute for Artificial IntelligenceProudly built by AI2 with the help of our. Collaborators.

The proposed modified Bergman model has kept the minimal model’s . sion and the Minimal Modeling Approach in Type I Diabetes, Proc. of 26th Ann. Int. Conf.

The proposed modified Bergman model has kept the minimal model’s properties. and good results have been achieved, but the shortcomings of the. Bergman model remained. This paper proposes an extension of the minimal model, but in a different. Model for the Interaction of Glucose with Plasma and Interstitial Insulin, Elsevier, Applied. Mathematics and Computation, 151/1 (2003), pp. 189–207.

The Minimal Model Approach and Determinants of Glucose Tolerance. Baton Rouge (LA): Louisiana State University Press, 1997. This contains 16 papers presented at a symposium on the minimal model in 1994. It is grouped into three sections

The Minimal Model Approach and Determinants of Glucose Tolerance. It is grouped into three sections. The first is concerned with the principles of the Minimal Model. The second with the measurement of insulin secretion using the Minimal Model and C-peptide and the metabolic pathways for glucose metabolism. The third has clinical applications of the Minimal Model

The method hinges on the classic minimal model of glucose kinetics that is coupled with an equation describing the rate . The minimal model approach and determinants of glucose tolerance. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press; vol 1997.

The method hinges on the classic minimal model of glucose kinetics that is coupled with an equation describing the rate of appearance of glucose into the circulation after oral glucose ingestion. The model provides an estimate of S(I) in a given individual based on simple area under the curve type of calculations. Equivalence of the insulin sensitivity index in man derived by the minimal model method and the euglycemic glucose clamp. Bergman et al. J Clin Invest 1987. Is the minimal model too minimal?

R. N. Lovejoy, The Minimal Model Approach and Determinants of Glucose Tolerance vol. 7. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 1997.

R. A. Caumo, P. Vicini, J. J. Zachwieja, A. Avogaro, K. Yarasheski, D. M. Bier, and C. Cobelli, "Undermodeling affects minimal model indexes: insights from a two-compartment model," Am J Physiol, vol. 276, pp. E1171-1193, 1999.

1Centre for Nutrition Modelling, Department of Animal & Poultry Science, University of Guelph, 50 Stone Road .

1Centre for Nutrition Modelling, Department of Animal & Poultry Science, University of Guelph, 50 Stone Road East, Guelph, ON, Canada N1G 2W1 2The Iams Company, Mason, OH 45040, USA 3Instituto de Ganadería de Montaña (CSIC-ULE), Departamento de Producción Animal, Universidad de León, 24071 León, Spain. Cobelli, P. Vicini, G. Toffolo, and A. Caumo, The hot IVGTT minimal models: simultaneous assessment of disposal indices and hepatic glucose release, in The Minimal Model Approach and Determinants of Glucose Tolerance, R. Lovejoy, Ed. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, La, USA, 1997.

The minimal model approach and determinants of glucose tolerance, vol. 7 of Pennington . 3 50, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, LA, A. Makroglou, J. Li, and Y. Kuang, Mathematical models and software tools for the glucose-insulin regulatory system and diabetes: an overview, Appl Num Math, vol. 56, no. 3 4, pp, 6. E. Wilinska . Medical coverage policy.

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