Acute severe intravascular haemolysis: an unrecognised cause of pancreatitis.

@article{Walker1981AcuteSI,
  title={Acute severe intravascular haemolysis: an unrecognised cause of pancreatitis.},
  author={J. Findlay Walker and C J Cronin and J F Donohoe and Matthew Carmody and William O'Dwyer},
  journal={British medical journal},
  year={1981},
  volume={282 6280},
  pages={1929}
}
study showed a significant reduction in lower oesophageal sphincter pressure after intramuscular administration of emepronium bromide. In the nine patients who completed the study no significant change in sphincter pressure was found after four weeks' treatment with a standard oral dose of emepronium bromide. This may have been due to the much lower serum concentrations seen after oral medication than after intramuscular injection, confirming the findings of Ritch et al.5 A local irritative… CONTINUE READING