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Delaying absorption as a therapeutic principle in metabolic diseases
Ludwig-Heilmeyer-Symposium (1982 DuМ€sseldorf, Germany)
|Statement||Ludwig-Heilmeyer-Symposium of the "Gesellschaft für Fortschritte auf dem Gebiet der Inneren Medizin," Düsseldorf, 1982 ; edited by W. Creutzfeldt and U.R. Fölsch.|
|Contributions||Creutzfeldt, W. 1924-, Fölsch, U. R., Deutsche Gesellschaft für Fortschritte auf dem Gebiet der Inneren Medizin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
Introduction. The ability of an administered drug to elicit the desired pharmacological response and reverse a disease condition is the ultimate goal of drug therapy pharmacological response depends on the availability of the drug at the receptor site, which in turn is influenced by plasma drug concentrations goal of an effective drug delivery system is therefore to Cited by: Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is an ancient medical system with a unique cultural background. Nowadays, more and more Western countries due to its therapeutic efficacy are accepting it. However, safety and clear pharmacological action mechanisms of TCM are still uncertain. Due to the potential application of TCM in healthcare, it is necessary to construct a Cited by: 4.
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Author(s): Creutzfeldt,W(Werner),; Fölsch,U R(Ulrich R.); Ludwig-Heilmeyer-Symposium,( Düsseldorf, Germany) Title(s): Delaying absorption as a therapeutic principle in metabolic diseases/ Ludwig-Heilmeyer-Symposium of the "Gesellschaft für Fortschritte auf dem Gebiet der Inneren Medizin," Düsseldorf, ; edited by W.
Creutzfeldt and U.R. Fölsch. The assumption that slow absorption of nutrients is of benefit is central to the original fiber hypothesis (6) and has been described as a new therapeutic principle (7). Fibers that have proved especially useful include the soluble by: In Delaying Absorption as a Therapeutic Principle in Metabolic Diseases, pp.
19 – 27 [Creutzfeldt, W and Fölsch, UR, editors]. Stuttgart/New York: Georg Thieme Verlag. Bourdon, I, Olson, B, Backus, R, Richter, D, Davis, PA & Schneeman, BO () Beans, as a source of dietary fiber, increases cholecystokinin and apo B48 response Cited by: Elsenhans B () Pharmacology of carbohydrate gelling agents.
In: Creutzfeldt W, Fölsch U (eds) Delaying absorption as a therapeutic principle Cited by: 8. Chapter 43 - Nutritional and Health Benefits of Root Crops.
It enhances water absorption in the colon, thus preventing constipation. (Eds.), Delaying absorption as a therapeutic principle in metabolic diseases, Thieme-Stratton, New York (), p.
Google Scholar. Cited by: 1. Ginseng, the root of Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer, is a well-known traditional herbal drug in East Asian countries, which has been used to treat several heart and metabolic diseases (Yan et al., a).
Ginseng has many bioactive components, such as saponins, that inhibit lipogenesis in chickens (Qureshi et al., ).
Dietary supplementation with. Inherited metabolic diseases can manifest acutely as attacks of delirium (visual), hallucinations, mental confusion, hysteria, schizophrenia or psychosis, e.g., in urea cycle disorders, organic. IR dosage forms allow the drug to dissolve in the gastrointestinal contents, without delaying or prolonging the dissolution or absorption of the drug.
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The absorption of different colors within the mitochondrial respiratory chain: D.C. A mitochondrial paradigm of metabolic and degenerative diseases, aging, and cancer: A dawn for evolutionary medicine.
Ann Rev Genet, 39, – Warburg. 2. Background. MetS started as a concept rather than a diagnosis .The metabolic syndrome has its origins in when Kylin, a Swedish physician, demonstrated the association of high blood pressure (hypertension), high blood glucose (hyperglycemia), and gout .Later inVague described that the visceral obesity was commonly associated with the metabolic.
2. DRUG: • A drug is injected • Thus, absorption is an important intravascularly (iv or ia) prerequisite step directly enters into systemic circulation.
• Majority of drugs are administered extravascularly (generally orally). • Such drugs can exert the pharmacological action only when they come into systemic circulation from their site.
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With increasing exposure to eating opportunities and postprandial conditions becoming dominant states, acute effects of meals are garnering interest.
In this narrative review, meal components, combinations and course sequence were questioned vis-à-vis resultant postprandial responses, including satiety, glycemic, oxidative and inflammatory risks/outcomes vs. Author: Niva Shapira.
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1. Introduction. Chronic heart failure (CHF) is a major public health problem in western countries. CHF carries a devastating prognosis which resembles that of some types of malignant incidence rises steadily from per population per year in those aged 25 to 34 years to in those aged 85 years or e substantial improvements Cited by: These metabolic dysfunctions relating to obesity-induced metabolic syndrome may be significantly decreased by dietary modifications, physical activity, and antioxidant drugs.
These are therapeutic approaches targeting oxidative stress, preventing or delaying the progression and onset of diseases [9,14]. Another alternative, as a source of Cited by: 3.
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