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ITTIt Takes Time
ITTIdeal Transmission Time
ITTIncapacité Totale de Travail (French: Total Incapacity to Work)
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This positive impact of bezafibrate treatment upon glucose tolerance in rats treated with GC was associated with enhanced beta cell function (see insulin secretion in response to glucose along the GTT experiment in the BezaDexa group related to the Beza group) (Figure 4(c), n = 6-8) and the complete prevention of peripheral insulin resistance, as demonstrated in the insulin tolerance test (Figure 4(d), n = 6-8) and the estimation for the constant rate for glucose disappearance (KITT) (Figure 4(e), n = 6-8).
Then, for assessment of impairment of insulin absorption at the left subcutaneous mass site, an insulin tolerance test (data not shown) with lispro 9 units injection followed by intake of a 500 kcal breakfast was performed.
Caption: Figure 3: Changes of serum glucose concentrations during the intraperitoneal insulin tolerance test (IPITT).
Caption: Figure 1: Intraperitoneal glucose tolerance test (GTT) and insulin tolerance test (ITT) were performed after 15 weeks of HFD.
(J-L) The blood glucose levels during the insulin tolerance test (ITT) in 4 hr-fasted mice were assessed at 1DPN, 1WPN, and 1MPN.
Caption: Figure 1: Body weight, glycemic control, and insulin tolerance test of nondiabetic and diabetic rats treated with insulin and/or metformin.
was given for quantitative variables like body weight blood glucose level and insulin tolerance test as well as insulin level C-reactive protein level HOMA IR and QUICKI values.
A highly significant correlation between short synacthen test and insulin tolerance test (ITT) has been a consistent finding in the literature5-7.
An insulin tolerance test was also used to determine whether weight loss altered the ability of insulin to modify plasma concentrations of tryptophan and of the other large neutral amino acids.
The guidelines recommend against testing for any of the following because of their low diagnostic accuracy for Cushing's syndrome: random serum cortisol or plasma ACTH levels; urinary 17-ketosteroids; insulin tolerance test; loperamide test; and tests designed to determine the cause of Cushing's syndrome, such as pituitary and adrenal imaging and the 8-mg DST.
In the past, the insulin tolerance test was the favored diagnostic tool.
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