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Cephalexin in patients with renal disease.
Abstract Cephalexin was administered to patients with renal impairment to study kinetics and devise a basis for predictable therapy in uremia. The mean peak serum level of 24 μg milliliter was inde...
Complications of renal failure and their response to dialysis.
Causes of death in patients receiving long-term hemodialysis.
From August 1964 to June 1969, fifteen of 41 patients treated by long-term hemodialysis died. Four patients died of intracranial hemorrhage and two had convulsive disorders of unknown etiology which… Expand
Aluminium in Bone from Patients with Renal Failure
Some samples of bone from patients with renal failure contained more aluminium than others, and the concentration tended to be highest in patients who had been uraemic or on dialysis longest. The… Expand
Folic acid, hypersegmented polymorphonuclear leukocytes and the uremic syndrome.
Skeletal changes in patients on regular hemodialysis.
Abstract Regular hemodialysis at Newcastle upon Tyne has been shown to be associated with the progressive development of bone pain and radiological abnormalities, the most prominent being alteration… Expand
SERUM ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE ACTIVITY IN PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS
- S. Tiwari, J. Siddiqui, N. Tuteja, N. Lal, J. Trivedi, L.M. Bahuguna
- Psychology, Medicine
- Indian journal of psychiatry
- 1 July 1982
SUMMARY Serum acetylcholinesterase activity was measured in hospitalized 30 schizophrenic and 30 depressive patients. It was observed that the enzyme activity was significantly higher in depressive… Expand
Radiological Changes in the Bones of Patients on Regular Hæmodialysis in Newcastle upon Tyne [Abstract]
- W. Simpson, D. Kerr, A. V. Hill, J. Siddiqui
- Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
- 1 May 1972
It is now clear that patients treated for renal failure by long-term himodialysis may develop a progressive disease of the skeleton that bears some resemblance to osteodystrophy in the untreated… Expand