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Title: A study of metabolism in severe diabetes
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Benedict, Francis Gano, 1870-1957 Joslin, Elliott Proctor, 1869-1962
Subjects: Diabetes Metabolism
Publisher: Washington, D. C., Carnegie institution of Washington
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
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probably some time in 1900; sugar found in urine May 1902, with indica-tions that it had been present for some time; came under our observationOctober 25, 1909; died May 1912. The earlier details of the case have pre-viously been published in full. An attack of influenza in the spring of 1910 reduced the strength of thepatient materially, yet he recovered sufficiently to go into the poultry business Table 9.—Clinical chart—Case I. Volume o -c T-i- i-Date. of , Specific , Diacetic „rin,. gravity. I acid. fl-oxy- Nitro- S! ^™- Ammonia. .1 Sugar I by ro- ., , NHa-Njtation.°^^ Total N, Carbo-hydratesin diet. 1911. c.c. Feb. 17-18. 870=t 1035 18-19. 900 =fc 1038 19-20.. 2220 1036 20-21,. 1950 1035 21-22 . 2160 1035 22-23., 2070 1035 23-24. 2555 103B 24-25. 1630 1037 Oct. 2-3.. 6000 1038 1912. Feb. 9-10., 2040 1036 lo-n. 2745 1032 11-12.. 31,50 1030 12-13.. 2910 102S 13-14,, 2010+ 1026 14-15., 1320 0 + 00 Sl,+Sl,+ gms. gjns. 4.56 9 +++^ 10.611,413 6 8 325 8 14 813.49 6 1.6 2.2 1 3+

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Body- weight NaHCOj with- out clothes. gms. kilos. 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 0 0 12 39 4 1212 39 3 12 12 4 9-20, 151 gms.; Feb, 20-21, 135 gma. By Fehlings method, 4si) gms.Quantities of urine inaccurate, as patient had so many involuntary >Per cent. -Sugar by fermentation, Feb. * Calculated from fermentation record. ^ Sediment showed fine and coarse granular casts. stools.Thedataregarding the urinefor this subject can not be considered reliable, asit was impossible to make a careful collection, owing to diarrhea If such collection had been made, it is probable that this subject would have shown a minus carbohydrate balance, as he did in the period covered by data published in the first report (Publication No. 136, p. 127), and care for some 70 hens. His diet was not limited and included, among otherarticles, 2 quarts of milk, 6 oranges, and 10 eggs daily. In February 1911,he returned to the hospital on account of diarrhea which had existed for sometime. Under hospital care the number of stoo

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