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Sodium glucoheptonate (31138-65-5)


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[A study of a slightly soluble form of calcium alpha-glucoheptonate (author's transl)]

Authors: Muller, R; Bardon, J; Arnaud, Y; Champy, J; Roland, P (1979) Annales Pharmaceutiques Françaises 37:301-308. HERO ID: 4850045


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Stimulation tests for diagnosis of medullary thyroid carcinoma

Authors: Sizemore, GW; Go, VL (1975) Mayo Clinic Proceedings 50:53-56. HERO ID: 4850048

[Less] We compared the maximal calcitonin secretion produced by pentagastrin, calcium, and glucagon for preoperative . . . [More] We compared the maximal calcitonin secretion produced by pentagastrin, calcium, and glucagon for preoperative detection of medullary thyroid carcinoma in four subjects with normal or slightly increased plasma immunoreactive calcitonin (iCT) levels. In each case, pentagastrin administration produced higher peak iCT levels (5- to 36-fold increases over basal) than did calcium infusion (by 1.9- to 10.3-fold) and glucagon administration (by 3.6- to 27.4-fold). These preliminary studies suggest that pentagastrin is an effective agent for use in rapid stimulation tests designed to detectmedullary thyroid carcinoma in asymptomatic patients who have normal basal iCT concentrations.

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Contradictions within the self-concepts of schizophrenics

Authors: Gruba, FP; Johnson, JE (1974) Journal of Clinical Psychology 30:253-254. HERO ID: 5353233


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Journal Article

[Treatment and prevention of kidney pelvis stones (so-called coral stones)]

Author: Schneider, HJ (1974) 68:21-27. HERO ID: 5353238


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Electrolyte compatibility in a synthetic amino acid hyperalimentation solution

Authors: Kaminski, MV; Harris, DF; Collin, CF; Sommers, GA (1974) American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy 31:244-246. HERO ID: 4850049

[Less] The formation of precipitate on addition of certain electrolyte formulas to a commercial 8.5% synthetic . . . [More] The formation of precipitate on addition of certain electrolyte formulas to a commercial 8.5% synthetic amino acid solution was investigated.

The precipitate was identified by chemical analysis and infrared spectroscopy as a calcium-phosphate complex. It was found that formation of this calcium-phosphate complex could be prevented by addition of each ion to a separate large volume container prior to •final mixing, or by addition of phosphate ion to the final mixture before calcium ion addition. With thorough mixing, up to 30 mEq of potassium phosphate may be combined with up to 15 mEq of calcium glucoheptonate using either method described.

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Journal Article

[INFLUENCE OF CALCIUM GLUCOHEPTONATE ON THE ACUTE TOXICITY OF N-METHYL-N'-HYDROXYETHYLPIPERAZINOTETRACYCLINE]

Authors: Simoncini, F; Sferruzza, G (1963) 18:421-424. HERO ID: 4837153