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The rate and extent of potassium absorption from a slow-release potassium chloride tablet and a 10% potassium chloride solution were compared in 12 healthy male volunteers, 18-25 years old. A single 48 mEq potassium dose of the tablet released potassium 30 min slower than the same dose of potassium chloride solution. Potassium was completely absorbed from(More)
Pirprofen was compared to placebo in a double-blind crossover study in 12 rheumatoid arthritis patients. Two approaches--univariate and multivariate--were used to analyze the study results which were in the form of arithmetic changes from pretreatment levels of six efficacy measurements. The univariate analysis failed to permit a single decision to be made(More)
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