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By comparison with controls the investigation of 47Ca absorption and excretion kinetics after oral administration to patients with Billroth I gastrectomy (without milk intolerance) showed no differences in excretion of the isotope in urine and stool or in retention in the body. Patients with Billroth II gastrectomy had a higher degree of isotope excretion(More)
Short-term starvation in the obese induces metabolic acidosis and increased calciuria resulting in severe negative Ca balance. Oral administration of 5 g Ca-lactate daily is capable of correcting acidosis, reducing calciuria and providing the body with 650 mg Ca daily, thereby maintaining a positive Ca balance throughout the period of starvation. We(More)
Fuzzy control systems have been successfully applied in many cases to which conventional control algorithms are difficult and even impossible to be applied. Fuzzy models have received significant attention from various fields of interest. Especially so called the Takagi-Sugeno-type fuzzy model which superbly describes a nonlinear system. In this paper we(More)
Frequent complications of Crohn's disease include disorders of bone mineralization. They are due to a reduced dietary calcium supply in patients with lactose intolerance and a certain degree of malabsorption of calcium as well as vitamin D. The position is made worse by corticoids used in treatment of the basic disease, because they interfere not only with(More)