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Monitoring Of Blood L-DOPA And L-DOPA Metabolite Concentrations And Adverse Events In Patients With Advanced Parkinsons Disease Receiving L-DOPA And Amantadine Combination Therapy: A Clinical Study

@article{Satoh2015MonitoringOB,
  title={Monitoring Of Blood L-DOPA And L-DOPA Metabolite Concentrations And Adverse Events In Patients With Advanced Parkinsons Disease Receiving L-DOPA And Amantadine Combination Therapy: A Clinical Study},
  author={Mitsutoshi Satoh and Ami Kuzuu and Hirokazu Doi and Toru Masaka and Ryuji Sakakibara},
  journal={Research \& Reviews: Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={4}
}
As L-DOPA replacement is the main treatment for patients with Parkinson’s disease, monitoring of the blood dopamine (DA) concentration is useful for prediction of peripheral adverse events. We studied patients with advanced Parkinson’s disease for whom L-DOPA and an NMDA receptor antagonist, amantadine, had been prescribed since 2006 at Sakura Hospital, Toho University Medical Center. The blood concentrations of L-DOPA, DA, 3,4-dihydroxyphenylacetic acid (DOPAC) and 3-O-methyldopa (3-OMD… 
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