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Once symptomatic autonomic neuropathy is present the prognosis for survival is substantially diminished. The clinically silent phase of diabetic nephropathy in Type-II diabetes may last 5-10 years. It is characterized by rising urinary albumin excretion caused by a capillary lesion in the glomerulus. Microalbuminuria varies and can be found in 15-60% of all Type-II diabetics; it is defined by an excretion rate between 24 A N T I D I A B E T I C AGENTS 15 and 250p, gmin -l. In patients with microalbuminuria, coronary heart disease and proliferative retinopathy increase severalfold; without special care about 50% of the patients with persistent proteinuria will die within 7 years from uraemia, myocardial infarction or cerebral vascular accidents.
G. , 1990). 2 PHYSICAL EXERCISE Fuel homoeostasis and blood glucose levels are remarkably well maintained during physical exercise in healthy individuals. A decline in plasma insulin and an increase in glucagon are known to occur during intense and/or prolonged exercise. In diabetics, physical training improves glucose homoeostasis. e. normal insulin production, is absent. , 1988). , 1984). Thus, exercise in hyperinsulinaemic patients may result in hypoglycaemic reactions and, in hypoinsulinaemic diabetics, in increased blood glucose levels.
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