Effect of Ethanol Perfusion on Creatinine Removal in a Roux-Y Intestinal Segment

@article{Koszuta1991EffectOE,
  title={Effect of Ethanol Perfusion on Creatinine Removal in a Roux-Y Intestinal Segment},
  author={J. Koszuta and J. M. Carter and S. Ash},
  journal={The International Journal of Artificial Organs},
  year={1991},
  volume={14},
  pages={417 - 423}
}
Five rats and 2 goats had a bypass operation to allow infusion of sorbents through an inlet ostomy. The sorbents passed through one limb of intestine isolated from food contact to join a food limb which included 30-40% of the original length of small intestine. In goats, serum creatinine levels were elevated by infusion of sterile creatinine solutions intravenously. Twenty-four hour urines were collected before, during and after periods of infusion of sorbents into the inlet ostomy. Infusion of… Expand

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