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Insulin therapy in diabetes mellitus: how can the currently available injectable insulins be most prudently and efficaciously utilised?

Bell, David S. H.
Drugs. Volume 67; Issue 13; Pages 1813-27; 2007
Type:   Journal Article;  Review

The era of animal source insulins has passed and human recombinant DNA insulins are gradually being replaced because of the superior efficacy of insulin analogues. Analogue insulins are available in both rapid- and long-acting preparations. Currently...
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Dihydropyridine calcium channel antagonists in the management of hypertension.

Epstein, Benjamin J.;  Vogel, Katherine;  Palmer, Biff F.
Drugs. Volume 67; Issue 9; Pages 1309-27; 2007
Type:   Journal Article;  Review

Dihydropyridine calcium channel antagonists have been maligned in recent years because of concerns regarding their cardiovascular and overall safety profile. Specifically, it was widely publicised in the mid-1990s that these agents might increase the...
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Serotonergic drugs : effects on appetite expression and use for the treatment of obesity.

Halford, Jason C. G.;  Harrold, Joanne A.;  Boyland, Emma J.;  Lawton, Clare L.;  Blundell, John E.
Drugs. Volume 67; Issue 1; Pages 27-55; 2007
Type:   Journal Article;  Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't;  Review

Over 35 years of research suggests that endogenous hypothalamic serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine) plays an important part in within-meal satiation and post-meal satiety processes. Thus, the serotonin system has provided a viable target for weight contr...
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Renal transplantation in high-risk patients.

Weimert, Nicole A.;  Alloway, Rita R.
Drugs. Volume 67; Issue 11; Pages 1603-27; 2007
Type:   Journal Article;  Review

Renal transplantation in high-risk patients is a growing phenomenon. More patients are progressing to endstage renal failure, in the setting of an increased incidence of diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular disease. Current organ shortages and the us...
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Viral respiratory tract infections in transplant patients: epidemiology, recognition and management.

Lee, Ingi;  Barton, Todd D.
Drugs. Volume 67; Issue 10; Pages 1411-27; 2007
Type:   Journal Article;  Review

Viral respiratory tract infections (RTIs) are common causes of mild illness in immunocompetent children and adults, with occasional significant morbidity or mortality in the very young, very old or infirm. However, recipients of solid organ transplan...
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Serotonergic Drugs

Halford, Jason;  Harrold, Joanne;  Boyland, Emma;  Lawton, Clare;  Blundell, John
Drugs. Volume 67; Issue 1; Pages 27-55; 2007
Type:   Review

Abstract Over 35 years of research suggests that endogenous hypothalamic serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine) plays an important part in within-meal satiation and post-meal satiety processes. Thus, the serotonin system has provided a viable target for wei...
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Effects of Atorvastatin on the Different Phases of Atherogenesis

Rubba, Paolo
Drugs. Volume 67; Pages 17-27; 2007
Type:   Review

Abstract Molecular differences among the 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme A (HMG-CoA) reductase inhibitors (statins) give rise to some important differences in their properties, including their anti-atherogenic and anti-inflammatory actions (among...
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