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Pharmacokinetic Drug-Drug Interactions Between Trospium Chloride and Ranitidine Substrates of Organic Cation Transporters in Healthy Human Subjects.

Trospium chloride, a muscarinic receptor blocker, is poorly absorbed with different rates from areas in the jejunum and the cecum/ascending colon. To evaluate whether organic cation transporter (OCT) 1, OCT2 and multidrug and toxin extrusion (MATE) 1 and MATE2-K are involved in pharmacokinetics, competitions with ranitidine, a probe inhibitor of the cation transporters, were evaluated in transfected HEK293 cells. Furthermore, a drug interaction study with trospium chloride after intravenous (2 mg) and oral ...


GSK recalls ranitidine products over potential carcinogen contamination.

Investigation on Beneficial Role of L-Carnosine in Neuroprotective Mechanism of Ischemic Postconditioning in Mice: Possible role of Histidine Histamine Pathway.

The present study was undertaken to investigate the possible role of histidine-histamine pathway in the neuroprotective effects produced by L-carnosine hand in hand with ischemic postconditioning in the animal model of cerebral ischemia. Cerebral ischemia was induced in swiss albino mice by performing BCCAO surgery. Morris water-maze test was utilized to assess the learning ability and memory of the animals. The whole brain acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activity, TBARS, GSH levels and MPO activity were evalua...


Abnormal Presentation of Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy Attributed to Polysubstance Exposure.

BACKGROUND With the increasing prevalence of substance use in pregnancy, the rates of neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) are dramatically increasing. There is little information on the use of multiple substances in adults, even less so of polysubstance abuse during pregnancy and the consequences for the fetus as well as the mother. CASE REPORT A newborn male born at 35 weeks presented post-delivery with hips bilaterally dislocated and hyperflexed. The patient's legs fully extended and their shoulders were b...

Facilitation of fear extinction by novelty is modulated by β-adrenergic and 5-HT serotoninergic receptors in hippocampus.

Extinction is the learned inhibition of retrieval of a previously acquired memory and is a major component of exposure therapy, which has attracted much attention because of the use in the treatment of drug addiction, phobias and particularly fear disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Exposure to a novel environment before or after extinction training can enhance the extinction of contextual fear conditioning, however the cellular and molecular substrates are still unclear. Here, we inves...

Drug reactions in children with rheumatic diseases receiving parenteral therapies: 9 years' experience of a tertiary pediatric rheumatology center.

Parenteral treatments (either subcutaneous or intravenous) are frequently used in rheumatology practice. In this study, drug side effects in patients who were followed up with a rheumatic disease and treated with parenteral administration methods were evaluated. The drug side effects in children who were followed up with a rheumatic disease and treated with parenteral treatments between 2010 and 2019 were recorded, retrospectively. All parenteral treatments are applied by a clinical nurse specialist (CNS) w...

Hospital wastewaters treatment: Fenton reaction vs. BDDE vs. ferrate(VI).

Various types of micropollutants, e.g., pharmaceuticals and their metabolites and resistant strains of pathogenic microorganisms, are usually found in hospital wastewaters. The aim of this paper was to study the presence of 74 frequently used pharmaceuticals, legal and illegal drugs, and antibiotic-resistant bacteria in 5 hospital wastewaters in Slovakia and Czechia and to compare the efficiency of several advanced oxidations processes (AOPs) for sanitation and treatment of such highly polluted wastewaters....

In Vitro Dissolution Absorption System (IDAS2): Use for the Prediction of Food Viscosity Effects on Drug Dissolution and Absorption from Oral Solid Dosage Forms.

Existing in vitro dissolution or permeation models to predict food effect are mainly based on Pharmacopeias' compendial media, which specify such variables as pH, bile salts, lipolytic enzymes, and phospholipids content. However, the viscosity of food in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract is not taken into account, although it can affect both the dissolution of the oral solid dosage form and absorption of the released drug. Here, a new in vitro dissolution absorption system (IDAS2) is utilized, which comprises...


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