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  • L P Heere
  • The American journal of medicine
  • 1988
Approximately 20 percent of athletes have an acute or chronic injury related to their sport. In acute musculoskeletal disorders, inflammation is an important component of the symptomatology. Recent clinical studies are showing that nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can significantly reduce inflammation and help speed return to full function. In(More)
OBJECTIVE Endurance exercise has been advocated in diabetes mellitus to improve both metabolic control and prevent atherosclerotic complications. The response of the fibrinolytic system during prolonged exercise has not been studied in diabetes. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS In seven male marathon runners with IDDM and eight healthy nondiabetic male control(More)
Hormonal and metabolic changes were compared in five insulin-dependent diabetic men and five control men during a 3-h marathon-training run. Insulin was withheld 16-26 h before the start of the run, and a normal breakfast was finished 2.5 h before the start of the run. Blood glucose concentrations decreased significantly in the diabetic subjects but(More)
  • L P Heere
  • European journal of rheumatology and inflammation
  • 1987
In two multicentre double-blind, parallel studies, piroxicam was found to be as well tolerated and significantly more effective than placebo in relieving moderate and severe pain, swelling, and limitation of movement resulting from acute musculoskeletal injuries. The efficacy and toleration of piroxicam were then compared with those of indomethacin and(More)
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