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Using a one compartment pharmacokinetic model with constant rate of availability for absorption, the disposition of paracetamol was compared after administration of Paralen (paracetamol 500 mg in one tablet) with data obtained after administration of two composite analgesic preparations: Guajanal (paracetamol 500 mg, guaiphenesin 200 mg) and Ataralgin… (More)
In three patients with attacks of acute intermittent porphyria we found markedly impaired functions of the left ventricle accompanied by ECG changes that returned to normal after administration of heme arginate or cytochrome C administration. In nine patients with other types of porphyria, and in one patient with acute intermittent porphyria not suffering… (More)
Extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy with ultrasonographic localization of the common bile duct stone was successfully performed. The apparatus used is described and the advantages and disadvantages of ultrasonographic versus X-ray common bile duct stone localization are discussed.
1. The influx and efflux of labelled substances with and without chloroquine was studied in yeast cells. 2. The uptake of delta-aminolevulinic acid by Saccharomyces cerevisiae is characterized by a KT of 3-4 mM and Jmax of 1.0-1.2 mumol min-1 g dry weight-1. 3. A method for loading yeast with labelled coproporphyrin is suggested. 4. The uptake of sorbitol… (More)
Plasma levels of atrial natriuretic factor (ANP) were examined in 12 patients with liver cirrhosis (6 with ascites) and 6 controls before and after the administration of the infusion of 2000 ml of saline solution per 70 kg of body weight during 2 hours. Basal concentration of ANF tended to be slightly, but nonsignificantly higher in patients with ascitic… (More)
A single two-compartment model suitable for studying the production and elimination of porphyrins from cells was prepared. Chloroquine with increasing concentrations:-- Inhibits the total production of porphyrins. Reduces intracellular concentration of porphyrins. Increases transversal permeation of porphyrins through the cellular membrane.