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so in others. Regardless of the nature of the electromyographic changes the distribution of the weakness, atrophy and areflexia followed a similar pattern. The authors point out that in diabeticExpand
Effect of prophylaxis on gout flares after the initiation of urate-lowering therapy: analysis of data from three phase III trials.
This analysis of gout flare data from the 3 Phase III trials of febuxostat found that flare prophylaxis for up to 6 months during the initiation of ULT appeared to provide greater benefit than flares for 8 weeks, with no increase in AEs. Expand
Clinical Pharmacologic Studies with Human Insulin (recombinant DNA)
It is indicated that when present the differences between human insulin and PPI are minimal and a review of the published clinical pharmacologic literature indicates that the affinity of protamine for human insulin is less than that for PPI. Expand
Diabetes and gout: efficacy and safety of febuxostat and allopurinol
Assess influences of demographics and co‐morbidities of gout patients with or without diabetes on safety and efficacy of urate‐lowering agents.
Growth charts for use in pediatric practice
10. Ronchese, F.: Arch. Dermat. & Syph. 47: 613~ 1943. 11. Brown 7 E . L . : Arch. Pedlar. 61: 233, 1944. 12. Connor, A., and Gonce, J . E . : J. PEDIAT. 23: 335~ 1943. 13. Freud, P.: Monats chr. f.Expand
African American patients with gout: efficacy and safety of febuxostat vs allopurinol
In African American subjects with significant comorbidities, febuxostat 80 mg is significantly more efficacious than either febUXostat 40 mg or allopurinol 200/300 mg and well tolerated in this African American population. Expand
Growth and maturation of children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.
  • R. Jackson
  • Medicine
  • Pediatric clinics of North America
  • 1 June 1984
By plotting and evaluating height and weight measurements of children with diabetes on the Iowa Growth Chart, the authors have found that children with diabetes under their care who maintainedExpand
Nutritional requirements of infants and children.
Insulin binding in children with diabetes mellitus.
The demonstration of selective binding for one type of insulin has therapeutic significance and substitution of an insulin for which there is little insulin binding results in a decrease in insulin requirement and better regulation of diabetes. Expand