David J. Shulan

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Protamine sulfate is a strongly cationic polypeptide that is used commonly in clinical medicine. It is administered regularly after cardiac catheterization, cardiothoracic and vascular surgical procedures, and less frequently after dialysis and leukapheresis because of its capacity to reverse the anticoagulant activity of heparin. In addition, because it(More)
Syringes used in intradermal skin testing have commonly been used for multiple patients. Recently the safety of this practice was questioned, raising the possibility that these syringes may transmit disease from one patient to another. Since this practice is so widespread and because of a scarcity of articles linking the spread of disease with this(More)
Crude 3 M KCl extracts of the methylcholanthrene-induced fibrosarcoma of C3H/HeJ mice, MCA-F, were demonstrated to contain two fractions, one inducing tumor resistance and the other facilitating the outgrowth of neoplastic cell challenge. In immunoprotection tests in syngeneic C3H/HeJ mice, optimal doses of crude solubilized tumor antigen afforded only a(More)
Results of a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, parallel study in 37 patients indicate that terfenadine, 60 mg bid, is significantly more effective than placebo and as effective as hydroxyzine, 25 mg qid, in the treatment of chronic idiopathic urticaria without causing the somnolence that was associated with the use of hydroxyzine.
Intranasal flunisolide is an effective treatment for allergic rhinitis. Flunisolide has high bioavailability when administered to normal subjects (50% of an intranasal dose reaches the systemic circulation) with minimal systemic effects. Bioavailability in patients with active rhinitis averages 62.4 +/- 15.7%. The oral dose bioequivalent to 100 micrograms(More)
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