Simple versus complex preoperative carbohydrate drink to preserve perioperative insulin sensitivity in laparoscopic colectomy. A randomized controlled trial. Ann Surg 2020; 271: 819-826
Published: 15th June 2020
Authors: Karimian N, Kaneva P, Donatelli F, Stein B, Liberman AS, Charlebois P et al.
Patients were randomly allocated a simple or complex carbohydrate drink two hours before laparoscopic colectomy. Intra-operative insulin sensitivity was preserved equally in both groups. Similarly there was no difference in hepatic insulin resistance or fasting blood glucose in either group up to day three after surgery.Pubmed Link
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