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Time dependent changes in the pharmacokinetics of aspirin.
In an experiment carried out on six volunteers, measurement of total serum salicylate concentration was used to describe aspirin kinetics after a single 1500 mg oral dose. The availability of theExpand
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Plasms renin acitivity in coarctation of aorta before and after surgery.
Plasma renin acitivity was measured in II cases of coarctation of the aorta before and after operation. The values of plasma renin activity in the recumbent position before operation wereExpand
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Chronopharmacokinetics of dipyridamole.
The experiment carried out in 6 volunteers shows a better availability of a 75 mg single oral dose of dipyridamole administered at 600 than at 2200. The availability of dipyridamole administered atExpand
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Circadian bioavailability and some effects of propranolol in healthy subjects and in liver cirrhosis.
The aim of the study was to establish whether and how circadian rhythms alter the bioavailability of, and response of circulatory and ventilatory functions to 80 mg of propranolol given at fourExpand
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Circannual rhythm of exercise metabolic rate in humans
SummaryExercise metabolic rate was established by indirect calorimetry in 18 healthy subjects. Each subject was tested every month for 1 year. Four variables demonstrated a circannual rhythm and itsExpand
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Circadian rhythms of four marker enzymes activity of the jejunal villi in man.
Bioptic specimens taken from the lower duodenum were studied in 12 volunteers at different times of the day for the activity of 4 marker enzymes. The activity of alkaline phosphatase in brush borderExpand
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Chronobiological aspects of jejunum function in humans.
This review is intended to present our knowledge on both chronomorphology and chronophysiology of jejunum mainly in humans, as well as on implications of chronobiologic principles in the practice ofExpand
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Circadian rhythm of intestinal absorption of xylose in man.
In sixteen volunteers, 10 g xylose tests were performed six times on different days at the following hours: 6 a.m., 10 a.m., 2 p.m., 6 p.m., 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. Xylose levels were examined inExpand
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Circadian absorption of vitamin B12.
The effect of time of day on the vitamin B12 absorption was studied in 10 human volunteers. A Schilling test was done with 37 kBq (1μCi) of 57Co-labelled vitamin B12 as an analysis of urinaryExpand
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[Urokinase (UK) activity in acute renal failure].
  • A. Markiewicz
  • Medicine
  • Polskie Archiwum Medycyny Wewnetrznej
  • 1 November 1970
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