The experimental observation of the pulmonary insulin absorption enhanced by pulmonary surfactants in diabetic rats

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ZHEN Rong()
XUE Hong()
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Volume 13, Issue 04, 2005
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Abstract´╝Ü The study of the STZ-modeled diabetic rat showed that the lung surfactant plus insulin-insufflated model rats had 20%~46% decreased blood glucose levlels and 17%~52% increased insulin levels, as compared with only insulin-insufflated model rats (all P<0.05). And the extents of above changes were positively correlated with dosing of the insufflated lung surfactant.

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