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2011, Cilt 9, Sayı 1, Sayfa(lar) 009-014
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The Relations Between Basic Inflammation Markers and First Hour Glycaemia After Glucose Load in Individuals Whose Glucose Metabolism is Normal
Emin Savaş Kılavuz1, Mehmet Tosun2, Tuba Şanlı3, Nermin Erol4
1Nazilli Devlet Hastanesi, Biyokimya Laboratuarı, Nazilli, Aydın
2Akşehir Devlet Hastanesi, Biyokimya Laboratuarı, Akşehir, Konya
3Afyon Kocatepe Üniversitesi, İstatistik Ana Bilim Dalı, Afyon
4Aydın İl Sağlık Müdürlüğü, Aydın
Keywords: Glucose tolerance test; fibrinogen; C-reactive protein

Objective: The aim of this study is to research relations between first hour glucose and insuline level and inflamation markers in individuals who was loaded 75 grams glucose.

Materials and Methods: 11 individuals who were non obese and normal glucose metabolism and had any evident diseases were enrolled in the study. In these individuals after 75 grams glucose load, the correlation relations between first hour glucose and insulin levels and also between fasting C-reactive protein and fibrinogen levels were estimated statistically.

Results: There were a statically strong significant corelation relations between first hour glucose and inflamatuar markers (Fasting C-reactive protein and fibrinogen value).

Conclusion: Individuals who were loaded 75 grams glucose, first hour glucose value influenced fibrinogen and C-reactive protein used as basic inflamation level markers each other. This was resembled relations between the first hour insulin and glucose value.


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