Bariatric surgery is able to induce remission of type 2 diabetes (T2D). Several studies reported an improvement of insulin sensitivity after surgery [1], but data about insulin secretion and insulin clearance are less abundant and somewhat controversial. Aim of our study was to assess the changes of the determinants of glucose regulation, i.e., insulin secretion, insulin sensitivity and insulin clearance in a group of T2D patients with obesity one month and over 1 year after metabolic surgery.

Changes induced by metabolic surgery on the main components of glucose/insulin system in patients with diabetes and obesity

Elisabetta Rinaldi;Maria Grazia Zenti;Maddalena Trombetta;Giulia Ceradini;Anna Altomari;Maria Linda Boselli;Lorenza Santi;Marco Battistoni;Enzo Bonora
2020-01-01

Abstract

Bariatric surgery is able to induce remission of type 2 diabetes (T2D). Several studies reported an improvement of insulin sensitivity after surgery [1], but data about insulin secretion and insulin clearance are less abundant and somewhat controversial. Aim of our study was to assess the changes of the determinants of glucose regulation, i.e., insulin secretion, insulin sensitivity and insulin clearance in a group of T2D patients with obesity one month and over 1 year after metabolic surgery.
metabolic surgery
diabetes
obesity
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