Acute pancreatitis, bacterial translocation, and different octreotide regimens: An experimental study

@article{Gler2009AcutePB,
  title={Acute pancreatitis, bacterial translocation, and different octreotide regimens: An experimental study},
  author={Osman G{\"u}ler and Saadet Akturan and Erol Kişli and İştar Dolapçi and Muzaffer Çaydere and Atilla Akova},
  journal={Surgery Today},
  year={2009},
  volume={39},
  pages={876-883}
}
To determine the effect of octreotide, octreotide with zinc, levamisole, and misoprostol on the bacterial translocation that develops in rats with acute pancreatitis (AP). A total of 36 rats were divided into six groups, each consisting of six rats. Only laparotomy was performed on the first group. Acute pancreatitis was performed on the second group. Octreotide was given to the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth groups. Octreotide, octreotide with zinc, levamisole, and misoprostol were given to… CONTINUE READING
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