A Simple and Improved Predictor of Insulin Resistance Extracted From the Oral Glucose Tolerance Test: The I0*G60

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Author: Contreras P.H., Salgado A.M., Bernal Y.A., Vigil P. (2019)

 

Abstract

The objective of this study is to evaluate the diagnostic performance of several biochemical predictors of insulin resistance (IR). A total of 90 nondiabetic subjects were tested with both the pancreatic suppression test (PST) and the oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT). Of them, 53 were non–insulin-resistant (NIR) subjects and the remaining 37 were insulin resistant subjects.

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