In juvenile type 1 diabetes a computer-aided orthoclinostatic test, giving information on central autonomic reactivity, shows a significant difference, vs control subjects, only in the ortho-to-clino transition (not in clino-to-ortho), while no differences emerge in peripheral autonomic functions. The correlations between the mean values of heart rate in lying and standing positions seem to indicate a different response of the baroceptor reflex in the two groups

Autonomic functions in type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes

SAGGESE, GIUSEPPE;
1989

Abstract

In juvenile type 1 diabetes a computer-aided orthoclinostatic test, giving information on central autonomic reactivity, shows a significant difference, vs control subjects, only in the ortho-to-clino transition (not in clino-to-ortho), while no differences emerge in peripheral autonomic functions. The correlations between the mean values of heart rate in lying and standing positions seem to indicate a different response of the baroceptor reflex in the two groups
Gandini, S; Saggese, Giuseppe; Collodel, E; Calisti, L; Fusaro, C; Fontani, C; Tonelli, S.
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