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Normal Glucose Range?
80-120mg/dL

Insulin kicks in @120
Glucagon, CRHs Kick in @ 60
FX of insulin on
Liver
Adipose
Peripheral tissue
Liver
I glycogen production
D gluconeogenesis
I fa synth
I prt synth

Adipose
I storage and uptake of fa

Peripheral
I uptake, use of Glucose, AAs, fas.
FX of Epinephrine
D Insulin
I gluconeogenesis
I glycolysis
I lypolysis
I glucose
TISSUES USE LESS GLUCOSE!
FX of Cortisol on peripheral tissue
D gluose utilization
D protein synth
I protein breakdown
I lypolysis
I glucose available
FX of cortisol on liver
I glycogen synth
I glucose synth
GH produced where?
pituitary
FX of GH
Lypolysis
I circulating glucose
D in peripheral uptake of glucose
ALL CRHs do what, basically?
I peripheral insulin resistance
I Gluconeogenesis
I hyperglycemia
D Hypoglycemia (central)
Acute hypoglycemia treatment
Karo syrup
IV Dextrose
Pred
Glucagon CRI
Etiology of Hypoglycemia
Cortisol deficiency
Hepatic failure
Insulinoma

Neonatal
Hunting dog hypoglycemia

Many more. These were just the oddballs.
What is the mechanism for HoAC causing hypoglycemia?
If you don't have any cortisol, you can't balance insulin. If insulin is too efficient, you get hypoglycemic. It's just a relative deficiency.