IBD: Selective nanoparticle adhesion can enhance colitis therapy

@article{Lamprecht2010IBDSN,
  title={IBD: Selective nanoparticle adhesion can enhance colitis therapy},
  author={Alf Lamprecht},
  journal={Nature Reviews Gastroenterology &Hepatology},
  year={2010},
  volume={7},
  pages={311-312}
}
owing to an excessive diuretic response.6 a diuretic regimen based on the combination of an aldo sterone antagonist and furosemide seems, therefore, to be suitable for patients with recurrent ascites but not for patients with a first episode of ascites. the latter group should probably be treated initially with low doses of spironolactone (100 mg daily) and furosemide should be avoided. Furosemide should only be used for those very few patients with a first episode of ascites who do not respond… CONTINUE READING