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Percutaneous absorption and routes of excretion of ditophal (Etisul)
Abstract When 35 S-labelled ditophal is rubbed into the skin about 90 per cent of the drug is absorbed in 1 hr. Excretion of 35 S occurs in urine, faeces and sweat and less so in breath. The greatestExpand
Appearance of resistance during prolonged treatment of leprosy with Thiambutosine.
TLDR
Evidence is presented of clinical and bacteriological relapse of 2 of the 23 patients who had participated in the 24-month clinical trial of oral thiambutosine described earlier and who were then treated for a further 2 to 2 1 months with the drug. Expand
The Pesticides Forum
1.2 The Pesticides Forum was established in May 1996 to bring together organisations that have an interest in the use of pesticides and their impact. Its primary purpose is to advise on and promoteExpand
DISTRIBUTION, METABOLISM AND EXCRETION OF PERCUTANEOUSLY ADMINISTERED DITOPHAL ("ETISUL").
Abstract When 35 S-labelled ditophal is rubbed into the skin it is rapidly distributed throughout the body via the circulating blood and radioactivity is concentrated in the skin, both at the site ofExpand
Bacillaemia in Leprosy