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Tag Archives: glucagon
Will people with Diabetes type I have to keep checking their sugar and manually adjusting their pump or deciding how much to bolus? The article below describes a closed loop system that is in development and will be tested on … Continue reading
People with Diabetes both type I and type II in later stages do not have enough beta cells in the pancreas which produce insulin. They also have a paradoxical response after meals in which alpha cells that produce glucagon act … Continue reading
Insulin and drugs that influence insulin secretion has been the cornerstone of pharmacological treatment of diabetes. Over the past 10 years, treatment of diabetes with incretins (both oral and injectable medications) has been added to correct a physiological abnormality present … Continue reading