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A three-arm study comparing the efficacy of Kan Jang, a fixed herbal combination containing standardized Andrographis paniculata (N.) SHA-10 extract, with Immunal, a preparation containing Echinacea purpurea (L.) extract, in uncomplicated common colds was carried out in 130 children aged between 4 and 11 years over a period of 10 days. The study was… (More)
This study was designed as a comparative experimental analysis of the gastroprotective effects of two H2-blocking agents--famotidine and benzimidazole compound 64--on the model rat stomach Helicobacter-like mucous lesions. Both substances demonstrated dose-dependent gastroprotective effects both on the macro- and microscopic levels. ED50 made up 21.8 mg/kg… (More)
Impairment of endothelial function forms basis for many cardiovascular diseases, therefore today it becomes an independent target for therapeutic action, and the search for new compounds possessing endothelium-protective properties is one of the prospective goals of the pharmacotherapy and medicinal chemistry. An efficient instrument to solve the problem is… (More)
Efficacy and safety of bisoprolol in hypertensive patients with cardiovascular disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. A comparative study on the efficacy and safety of bisoprolol and sustained release metoprolol succinate in patients with arterial hypertension (AH), cardiovascular disease (CVD) and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)… (More)
A randomized trial of the effectiveness of the preparation Kan-Yang (Sweden) consisting of andrographis and eleutherococcus extracts was performed in 53 children with acute respiratory viral infection (ARVI). 40 ARVI children given conventional treatment served control. It is shown that in early acute noncomplicated respiratory disease Kan-Yang tablets… (More)
We compared gastroprotective characteristics of synthetic prostaglandin E1 misoprostol and amino acid taurine on rat model of monochloramine injury to the gastric mucosa. Both substances exhibited a pronounced gastroprotective effect.
The effects of 5-HT3 receptor antagonists tropisetron and condensed derivative of benzimidazole (laboratory code 64B) on nociceptive threshold were examined on models with activation of peripheral and central nociceptive mechanisms. The examined substances demonstrated pronounced analgesic effects in peripheral pain.
Endothelial dysfunction underlies the development of many cardiovascular diseases. Thus endothelium becomes an independent therapeutic target, and the search of new substances with endothelial-protective action to date is one of the promising tasks for pharmacotherapy and medicinal chemistry. Molecular modeling is an effective tool for solving this problem.… (More)