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Lidong Zhai and Joseph L Messina

Introduction Acute insulin resistance is common following trauma, hemorrhage, sepsis, burn, and critical illness ( Ikezu et al . 1997 , Carter 1998 , Van den Berghe et al . 2001 , Cree & Wolfe 2008 ). Chronic insulin resistant states, such as

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Li Li, Xiaohua Li, Wenjun Zhou and Joseph L Messina

, Guerry & Hastings 2011 , Shelton et al . 2011 , Soczynska et al . 2011 ). However, it is not known whether glucocorticoids and inflammatory markers would be increased rapidly enough to contribute to the acute insulin resistance that occurs shortly

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Greisa Vila, Michaela Riedl, Michael Resl, Aart Jan van der Lely, Leo J Hofland, Martin Clodi and Anton Luger

Gormsen LC Jessen N Lund S Hansen TK Moller N Jorgensen JO 2008 Ghrelin infusion in humans induces acute insulin resistance and lipolysis independent of growth hormone signaling . Diabetes 57 3205 – 3210 . Vila G Maier C Riedl M