P-033. GH and IGF-I levels in catabolic patients with sepsis or trauma

L. Gianotti, F. Broglio, S. Colombo, C. Santoro, M. Toppan, G. Gallioli, G. Pittoni, M. Zanello, C. Miola, E. Ghigo

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In critically ill patients peripheral GH insensitivity with high GH and low IGF-I levels have been reported by some but not by other authors. GH and IGF-I levels were assayed in catabolic patients with sepsis (SEP, n°: 11; age: mean ± SEM: 58.5 ± 1.3yr) or trauma (TRA, n°: 13; age: 43.1 ± 4.1 yr) on 1st, 3rd, 5th and 7th day after ICU admission, during artificial nutrition. Basal GH and IGF-I levels were also assayed in 24 normal subjects (NS; age: 48.1 ± 4.3yr), 54 adult hypopituitaric patients with severe GH deficiency (GHD; age: 44.8 ± 2.3yr; GH peak

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)48
Number of pages1
JournalEndocrinology and Metabolism, Supplement
Volume4
Issue numberA
Publication statusPublished - 1997

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Gianotti, L., Broglio, F., Colombo, S., Santoro, C., Toppan, M., Gallioli, G., ... Ghigo, E. (1997). P-033. GH and IGF-I levels in catabolic patients with sepsis or trauma. Endocrinology and Metabolism, Supplement, 4(A), 48.

P-033. GH and IGF-I levels in catabolic patients with sepsis or trauma. / Gianotti, L.; Broglio, F.; Colombo, S.; Santoro, C.; Toppan, M.; Gallioli, G.; Pittoni, G.; Zanello, M.; Miola, C.; Ghigo, E.

In: Endocrinology and Metabolism, Supplement, Vol. 4, No. A, 1997, p. 48.

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Gianotti, L, Broglio, F, Colombo, S, Santoro, C, Toppan, M, Gallioli, G, Pittoni, G, Zanello, M, Miola, C & Ghigo, E 1997, 'P-033. GH and IGF-I levels in catabolic patients with sepsis or trauma', Endocrinology and Metabolism, Supplement, vol. 4, no. A, pp. 48.
Gianotti L, Broglio F, Colombo S, Santoro C, Toppan M, Gallioli G et al. P-033. GH and IGF-I levels in catabolic patients with sepsis or trauma. Endocrinology and Metabolism, Supplement. 1997;4(A):48.
Gianotti, L. ; Broglio, F. ; Colombo, S. ; Santoro, C. ; Toppan, M. ; Gallioli, G. ; Pittoni, G. ; Zanello, M. ; Miola, C. ; Ghigo, E. / P-033. GH and IGF-I levels in catabolic patients with sepsis or trauma. In: Endocrinology and Metabolism, Supplement. 1997 ; Vol. 4, No. A. pp. 48.
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