volume 3, issue 5981, P491-491 1975
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.3.5981.491-a
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Abstract: protracted and symptoms are relieved within half an hour of receiving glucose.2 On the other hand, in a study of normal children (5 to 15 years of age) as little as 2 5 mg of glibenclamide produced a marked decrease in blood sugar with lower than normal blood sugar values persisting for more than six hours (six hours being the total investigation time).3 In our patient there appeared to be a prolonged hypoglycaemic effect lasting 48-72 hours. Moreover, we can only conclude that the hypoglycaemia has caused per…

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