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1. Outpatients with primary open angle glaucoma uncontrolled on single topical therapy with either pilocarpine or timolol were recruited for a stratified double dummy cross over trial. Once or twice daily sustained release acetazolamide (SRA) was compared with an identical regimen of conventional tablets (CA). 2. During the run in period the patients(More)
The ability of sodium salicylate (3 g) to enhance the blood glucose lowering action of chlorpropamide (200 mg) has been confirmed in healthy male volunteers who received an oral test dose of 50 g glucose. Salicylate raised the plasma concentration of insulin and lowered that of cortisol but did not alter the concentration of chlorpropamide. The area under(More)
Intravenous phenytoin sodium was given as a high-dose infusion (10 X 8-18 mg/kg) for anticonvulsive prophylaxis to 2 eclamptic patients and to 24 patients with moderate to severe pre-eclampsia. There were no major maternal or neonatal side-effects. Plasma phenytoin levels were within the therapeutic range (7-20 mg/l) at 30 min and 6 h after the infusion in(More)
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