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Digitalis leaf extract
National Institutes of Health
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Using patient DNA to optimize therapy in heart failure patients: a move toward perfection
Heart Failure Reviews
Corpus ID: 31946165
We live in an amazing era of clinical medicine. There are an abundance of medications, devices, and procedures for the treatment…
[Cardioactive contaminants and actual active ingredient content of various digitalis preparations].
Beitrage zur gerichtlichen Medizin
Corpus ID: 31610409
To establish possible cardioactive impurities which have not been totally separated while isolating the compound from plant…
Medicinal plants make a comeback.
The Unesco courier
Corpus ID: 44898791
Phytotherapy--using vegetable based drug preparations--was the primary method of disease treatment until the middle of the 19th…
A micro method for the estimation of the individual glycosides in digitalis leaves and pharmaceutical preparations.
Corpus ID: 203844819
[A column chromatographic method for the determination of digitoxin in digitalis leaves].
Pharmaceutica acta Helvetiae
Corpus ID: 42475345
Pharmacology of heart of Entosphenus japonicus
Corpus ID: 75525969
The author investigated the effects of various autonomic nervous or cardiac drugs on the isolated heart of Entosphenus japonicus…
Clinical Studies on the Effective Principles of Digitalis Leaves : Comparison of the effects among digicorin (digicor), digitoxin, gitoxin and digitalis leaves, especially on their appearance and…
Corpus ID: 86460493
Clinical studies of gitalin and of digitalis in the treatment of auricular fibrillation
Corpus ID: 72323877
Abstract A comparative study of the actions of gitalin and digitalis was made in thirty-six ambulant patients with auricular…
A STUDY OF THE STANDARDIZATION OF DIGITALIS. II. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LABORATORY METHODS OF ASSAY AND POTENCY AS DETERMINED BY EXPERIMENTAL CUMULATIVE POISONING AND CLINICAL STANDARDIZATION.
H. V. van Dyke
The Journal of clinical investigation
Corpus ID: 5789000
It is commonly assumed that either frogs or cats may be used for the assay of digitalis, provided that suitable standards and…
STANDARDIZATION OF DIGITALIS
Corpus ID: 72759086
To the Editor:— Recent correspondence inThe Journal(March 17, p. 862; April 14, p. 1246) regarding the standardization of…
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