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"Intractable" Ascites in Cirrhosis: Its Management by a Multiple Diuretic Approach

"Intractable" Ascites in Cirrhosis: Its Management by a Multiple Diuretic Approach normal on the men. The effects of food absorption young American Medical of the of oral doses and of on the and Journal probenecid absorption ex¬ Sciences, cretion of intramuscular doses was also studied. Ampicillin Philadelphia to be active in vitro the usual appeared moderately against of to G and some¬ range organisms susceptible penicillin in Intrac- Intermittent Fasts the Correction and Control of active not most what more some but gram-negative against table Obesity\p=m-\G.G. W. K. F. C. Duncan, Jenson, bacilli. well Oral doses were absorbed and antibacterial and G. L. Schless Cristofori, levels in food. serum were not significantly affected by Med Amer } Sci 245:515 196.3 (May) and excretion Absorption of intramuscular doses appeared facts—5 correction and Intermittent to 14 days—in the to be somewhat and as with delayed prolonged compared of intractable control obesity afforded the for opportunity G. Intramuscular administration of penicillin ampicillin clinical evaluation while the lost patients 0.7 to 1.8 kg per oral administration of during probenecid produced higher A of and lack of subjective sense hunger day. well-being and better sustained levels of antibacterial in the activity was attributed the the to hyperketonemia provoked by appreciably less of the administered dose http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

"Intractable" Ascites in Cirrhosis: Its Management by a Multiple Diuretic Approach

JAMA , Volume 184 (8) – May 25, 1963

"Intractable" Ascites in Cirrhosis: Its Management by a Multiple Diuretic Approach

Abstract

normal on the men. The effects of food absorption young American Medical of the of oral doses and of on the and Journal probenecid absorption ex¬ Sciences, cretion of intramuscular doses was also studied. Ampicillin Philadelphia to be active in vitro the usual appeared moderately against of to G and some¬ range organisms susceptible penicillin in Intrac- Intermittent Fasts the Correction and Control of active not most what more some but gram-negative against table Obesity\p=m-\G.G. W....
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1963 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1963.03700210115064
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Abstract

normal on the men. The effects of food absorption young American Medical of the of oral doses and of on the and Journal probenecid absorption ex¬ Sciences, cretion of intramuscular doses was also studied. Ampicillin Philadelphia to be active in vitro the usual appeared moderately against of to G and some¬ range organisms susceptible penicillin in Intrac- Intermittent Fasts the Correction and Control of active not most what more some but gram-negative against table Obesity\p=m-\G.G. W. K. F. C. Duncan, Jenson, bacilli. well Oral doses were absorbed and antibacterial and G. L. Schless Cristofori, levels in food. serum were not significantly affected by Med Amer } Sci 245:515 196.3 (May) and excretion Absorption of intramuscular doses appeared facts—5 correction and Intermittent to 14 days—in the to be somewhat and as with delayed prolonged compared of intractable control obesity afforded the for opportunity G. Intramuscular administration of penicillin ampicillin clinical evaluation while the lost patients 0.7 to 1.8 kg per oral administration of during probenecid produced higher A of and lack of subjective sense hunger day. well-being and better sustained levels of antibacterial in the activity was attributed the the to hyperketonemia provoked by appreciably less of the administered dose

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 25, 1963

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