• pancreatic
  • In early dumping syndrome, pancreatic glucagon is augmented in the early postprandial period, probably through stimulation the catecholamines involved in the generalized autonomic surge induced by the osmotic load, but at 120 min, when most of the hypoglycemias are encountered, pancreatic glucagon is no longer detectable, likely through inhibition by GLP-1. (wikipedia.org)
  • meal
  • A health care provider often confirms dumping syndrome in people with: low blood sugar between 120 and 180 minutes after drinking the solution an increase in hematocrit of more than 3 percent at 30 minutes a rise in pulse rate of more than 10 beats per minute after 30 minutes A gastric emptying scintigraphy test involves eating a bland meal that contains a small amount of radioactive material. (wikipedia.org)