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Toxicologic and pharmacologic properties of iocetamic acid, a new oral cholecystographic agent.
Abstract Studies in rats on iocetamic acid show that the LD50 levels of this compound compare favorably with those of a number of other oral cholecystographic agents. Pathologic effects are not foundExpand
Toxicologic studies of iocetamic acid in rats and dogs.
The study showed that iocetamic acid had no special affinity for the kidneys and with the exception of the increased thyroid activity in male rats, no changes were found which could be ascribed to the administration of iocETamic acid. Expand
Children's mobile screen use: an intervening loyalty campaign
Nowadays, growing up is quite different from what it was before. Around the globe the larger part of children engage in inordinate time looking at screens (Bucksch et al., 2016). The smartphoneExpand
Reply to letter of L. Golberg
Pinazepam: review of pharmacological properties and therapeutic efficacy.
In clinical trials with open or controlled design, pinazepam showed a significant and purely anxiolytic action in patients suffering from anxiety with or without somatic manifestations, particularly in gastrointestinal disorders, and is a useful drug for daytime use. Expand
Diphenpyramide: a review of its pharmacology and anti-inflammatory effects.
Diphenpyramide seems, therefore, to be an anti-inflammatory drug that combines efficacy and tolerance in the treatment of a wide variety of inflammatory musculoskeletal disorders of primary of secondary nature, as well as the associated pain. Expand