Absorption of 5-aminosalicylic acid from colon and rectum.

@article{Bondesen1988AbsorptionO5,
  title={Absorption of 5-aminosalicylic acid from colon and rectum.},
  author={Stig Bondesen and Jens Schou and Vivi Pedersen and Z Rafiolsadat and Steen Honor{\'e} Hansen and Eigill F. Hvidberg},
  journal={British journal of clinical pharmacology},
  year={1988},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={269-72}
}
In order to clarify the characteristics of absorption of 5-aminosalicylic acid (5-ASA) from the colon, a neutral solution was instilled into the right part of the colon and the rectum, respectively, in six volunteers. A laxative (bisacodyl) and liquid meals were given prior to each instillation. No significant difference could be demonstrated between the two parts of the large bowel, but the absorption was considerably restricted compared with previous results obtained from the jejunum. The… CONTINUE READING

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A laxative ( bisacodyl ) and liquid meals were given prior to each instillation .
No significant difference could be demonstrated between the two parts of the large bowel , but the absorption was considerably restricted compared with previous results obtained from the jejunum .
No significant difference could be demonstrated between the two parts of the large bowel , but the absorption was considerably restricted compared with previous results obtained from the jejunum .
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A laxative ( bisacodyl ) and liquid meals were given prior to each instillation .
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