hrp0084p3-1050 | Growth | ESPE2015

BMI and Total Cholesterol are Negative Predictors of Peak Stimulated GH in Han Children with Short Stature

Wu Su , Gu Wei , Zhu Ziyang , Ni Shining , Shi Xing , Liu Qianqi

Background: BMI has a negative impact on spontaneous and stimulated GH secretion in children, but the impact of BMI and free fatty acids (FFA) on peak stimulated GH values in Han children with short stature is unknown.Objective and hypotheses: To assess the effects of BMI and FFA on peak GH values in Han children with short stature.Method: This was a retrospective, cross-sectional study. We used arginine–clonidine test to anal...

hrp0084p3-1054 | Growth | ESPE2015

To Investigate the Changes of Hormone Levels and Body Composition in Pubertal Children with Growth Retardation: a Clinical Controlled Study

Wu Su , Liu Qian-qi , Gu Wei , Zhu Zi-yang , Shi Xing , Ni Shi-ning

Background: Adolescent growth spurt is the fast and intense increase in the rate of growth in height and weight that occurs during the adolescent stage of the human life cycle.Objective and hypotheses: To investigate the changes of hormone levels and body composition in pubertal children with growth retardation.Method: A non-randomised clinical controlled study was conducted in 208 cases (males 122, 10–14 years and females 86,...