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The pharmacokinetics of ketoprofen enantiomers were evaluated after 25-, 50-, and 100-mg doses of (R)- ketoprofen and 100 mg of racemic ketoprofen in 25 healthy volunteers (12 male and 13 female). The fractional inversion (Finv) of (R)- ketoprofen was 8.9 +/- 3.3% using plasma data and 10.0 +/- 2.2% using urine data. There were small (< 5%) but significant(More)
Furosemide was administered intravenously to four patients who had undergone renal transplantation in the past and four creatinine clearance--matched control subjects. Both patients who had undergone renal transplant and control subjects displayed similar pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic behavior, as assessed by drug delivery to the urine and sodium(More)
Pretreatment of 8 normal subjects with 100 mg indomethacin decreased the response to bumetanide; cumulative 4-hr excretion of sodium due to 1.0 mg of bumetanide was reduced from 276 +/- 22.9 to 202 +/- 20.9 mEq (p less than 0.003). Effects on volume and Cl paralleled those on Na while K excretion was not affected. When response was analyzed as increment in(More)
Azosemide is a new loop diuretic which has been shown to affect solute transport proximal to the diluting segment. We assessed the effects of chronic administration of azosemide in normal subjects on low and normal salt diets. In both, there was compensatory renin release and aldosterone secretion, but the subjects on the low sodium diet developed striking(More)
The effects of tiotidine, a new histamine H2-receptor antagonist, and cimetidine on food-stimulated gastric acid secretion were evaluated in duodenal ulcer patients. Homogenized steak meals were infused immediately after, 1 h after, 5 h after, and 10 h after an oral dose of medication, and food-stimulated acid secretion was measured by in vivo intragastric(More)
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