Hyperinsulinemia due to altered insulin secretion contributes to insulin resistance in chronic intermittent hypoxia independently of obesity

J. Sacramento (Lisbon, Portugal), B. Melo (Lisbon, Portugal), E. Olea (Valladolid, Spain), A. Obeso (Valladolid, Spain), A. Rocher (Valladolid, Spain), T. Rodrigues (Coimbra, Portugal), J. Prieto-Lloret (Valladolid, Spain), S. Yubero (Valladolid, Spain), E. Monteiro (Lisbon, Portugal), P. Matafome (Coimbra, Portugal), S. Conde (Lisbon, Portugal)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Insights into the pathophysiology of sleep-disordered breathing
Session: Insights into the pathophysiology of sleep-disordered breathing
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 4935

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J. Sacramento (Lisbon, Portugal), B. Melo (Lisbon, Portugal), E. Olea (Valladolid, Spain), A. Obeso (Valladolid, Spain), A. Rocher (Valladolid, Spain), T. Rodrigues (Coimbra, Portugal), J. Prieto-Lloret (Valladolid, Spain), S. Yubero (Valladolid, Spain), E. Monteiro (Lisbon, Portugal), P. Matafome (Coimbra, Portugal), S. Conde (Lisbon, Portugal). Hyperinsulinemia due to altered insulin secretion contributes to insulin resistance in chronic intermittent hypoxia independently of obesity. 4935

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