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Wistar rats received an intravenous dose of 20 μg/kg and an oral dose of 40 μg/kg3H-Dihydroergosine. Concentrations of radioactivity were measured in plasma, bile, urine, and faeces, and pharmacokinetical parameters of an open two compartment model were calculated. After intravenous injection and oral administration3H-Dihydroergosine is rapidly lost from(More)
14C-Nitroxoline was given orally to the rats, and its distribution as well as plasma and bile levels were determined autoradiographically and by the aid of radioactivity measurements, respectively. Nitroxoline was also given to the human volunteers orally and intravenously in three various doses and the corresponding urine concentrations of unconjugated and(More)
Clinically used dosage regimen of nitroxoline, three times 100 mg daily, was proved to be inappropriate because the successfulness of medical treatment was rarely sufficient. Nitroxoline, used as urinary antiseptic, exhibits its antibacterial activity in concentrations higher than 6 mg/l, as demonstrated in many "in vitro" experiments. This work deals with(More)
The pharmacokinetics of phenylbutazone (PBZ) in relation to age was studied in calves. The drug was applied intravenously to calves (dose 22 mg/kg), which were divided, depending on age, into three groups. Heparinised blood samples were taken in defined intervals. The concentrations of phenylbutazone and two of its metabolites were determined in plasma by(More)
Eudragit E microspheres containing bacampicillin hydrochloride were prepared by solvent evaporation and solvent extraction methods. Three different systems of solvents were used: methyl acetate, acetone and methanol/liquid paraffin. The success of the procedures depended mostly on the lipophilicity of the solvent. The particle size of microspheres was(More)
The lithium ions concentration in human serum and saliva was determined using dry-slide technology Vitros 250 Analyser (Ortho Clinical Diagnostic) and atomic absorption spectrometry Perkin Elmer 403 (AAS). We analyzed lithium ions in 100 serum and saliva specimens of patients after oral administration of lithium carbonate (3 x 300 mg) Jadran, Galen(More)
The lithium ions concentration in human serum was determined using Dry-slide technology Vitros 250 Analyser (Ortho Clinical Diagnostic), atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) method Perkin Elmer 403 and ion-selective electrode (ISE) potentiometry AVL 9181. We compared lithium ions results in sample sera between these methods. Our reference method was AAS. We(More)
OBJECTIVE The double-blind randomized pilot study was undertaken to compare the effects of a 10-day course of ondansetron 8 mg/day and propranolol 80 mg/day perorally in treating portal hypertension. SUBIECTS AND METHODS: 16 patients with liver disease were enrolled in the study. Measurements of portal vein diameter, portal blood flow velocity and portal(More)
Following a single oral administration of ciprofloxacin, norfloxacin, pefloxacin and ofloxacin preparations to healthy volunteers simultaneously collected, saliva and plasma 4-fluoroquinolone concentrations were assayed by HPLC. Pharmacokinetic properties were determined by ordinary least squares fitting of the two compartment pharmacokinetic model to the(More)