10-9 - About 80% of type 2 diabetics are obese . What...

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Hormones 1) stimulus 2) production location/pathway 3) target tissue 4) response 5) feedback mechanisms
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Endocrine system
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Metabolism Can be divided into: Fed state: Fasted state:
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use
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Diabetes mellitus Type 1 Type 2
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Diabetes statistics 10% of all health care dollars in 2002 Projection: 25% of Americans will have diabetes by 2028 Ethnic background is important: right now, 25% of U.S. Hispanics over age 45 have diabetes
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Why is diabetes bad?
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Unformatted text preview: About 80% of type 2 diabetics are obese . What treatments are available? Pramlintide: first discovered in gila monster saliva Diabetes Facts Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH) Makes glucose Figure 23-1b epinephrine mostly Hormones and stress Fight-or-flight: epinephrine from the adrenal medulla neurohormone rapid action, quickly terminated actions promote fighting or fleeing increased cardiac output (rate x force) incr. blood flow to skeletal muscles, heart, liver incr. glucose production Hormones and stress...
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