Hemorrhage Hypotension Influences on Plasma Glucose Concentration: A New Approach for Evaluating Baroreflex Effects on Metabolic Adjustments
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Comments: The authors proposed the baroreflex control of the hyperglycemic response to hemorrhage as a reliable tool for evaluating the integration between cardiovascular and metabolic adjustments. It also gave an overview of the overall analysis of the research on the baroreflex curve to the heart rate.
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· Word ‘addition’ has been misspelled as ‘adittion’.
· Under Abstract, 4th sentence, “In adittion, the baroreflex control to heart rate was assessed by…” is written as In addition, the baroreflex control of heart rate was assessed by…”.
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Comments: The manuscript illustrates a new approach for evaluating baroreflex effects on metabolic adjustments. It further put forth the outcome of the hypercaloric diet to the baroreflex curve, providing an explanation to the methods of research. The authors suggest that the baroreflex control of the hyperglycemic response is a useful tool for the evaluation of metabolic dysfunction related to hemorrhage.
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Corresponding AuthorCândido Celso Coimbra
Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Institute of Biological Sciences, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Article TypeResearch Article
Publication historyReceived: Thu 16, Jun 2022
Accepted: Fri 01, Jul 2022
Published: Mon 18, Jul 2022
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