James E. Doherty

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To determine whether specific antiplatelet therapies improved vein graft patency after coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) we compared (1) aspirin, 325 mg daily, (2) aspirin, 325 mg three times daily, (3) aspirin plus dipyridamole (325 mg and 75 mg, respectively, three times daily), (4) sulfinpyrazone (267 mg three times daily), and (5) placebo (three(More)
To determine whether antiplatelet therapies improve saphenous vein graft patency after coronary artery bypass grafting, we compared 1) aspirin (325 mg once daily), 2) aspirin (325 mg three times daily), 3) aspirin and dipyridamole (325 mg and 75 mg, respectively, three times daily), 4) sulfinpyrazone (267 mg three times daily), and 5) placebo (three times(More)
The pharmacokinetics of digoxin, the most frequently used digitalis preparation, are reviewed. The dominate serum turnover time is about 34 hours, and is not affected by the route of administration. Excretion is largely as unchanged digoxin in the urine and this excretion is compromised in renal failure. Serum levels of digoxin (determined by(More)