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Denis Morin
Congenital nephrogenic diabetes insipidus is a rare hereditary disease with mainly an X-linked inheritance (90% of the cases) but there are also autosomal recessive and dominant forms. Congenital nephrogenic diabetes insipidus is characterized by a resistance of the renal collecting duct to the action of the arginine vasopressin hormone responsible for the inability of the kidney to concentrate urine. The X-linked form is due to inactivating mutations of the vasopressin 2 receptor gene leading to a loss of function of the mutated receptors...
December 2014: Néphrologie & Thérapeutique
A Padilla Luz, J F Reyes Rodríguez, A Gómez Rodríguez de Acuña, C M González Gómez, I Álvarez Dorta, M E Pérez Cánovas
INTRODUCTION: The economic situation has made it necessary to optimize resources by adjusting the pharmaceutical expenditure. Citicoline was (2011) the 10th drug by rank of billed amount. Its approved indications are stroke (acute and sub-acute) and head injury, but not cognitive decline associated with age, the presumed indication for most of its use. OBJECTIVES: To assess the conditions of use of citicoline in the Health Area of Tenerife, in order to detect deviations from the indications of use as stipulated in the prescribing information sheet and the pattern of prescription, with emphasis on the analysis of its use in dementia where currently it has no indication or evidence to support it...
May 2015: Semergen
Gabriella Morreale de Escobar, María Jesús Obregón, Francisco Escobar del Rey
During the last few decades our understanding of the possible role of thyroid hormones during brain development has increased and contributed to resolve previously discordant hypotheses, although much remains to be clarified. Thyroid hormones of maternal origin are present in the fetal compartment, despite the very efficient uterine-placental 'barrier', necessary to avoid potentially toxic concentrations of free T4 and T3 from reaching fetal tissues before they are required for development. T3 remains low throughout pregnancy, whereas FT4 in fetal fluids increases rapidly to adult levels, and is determined by the maternal availability of T4...
June 2004: Best Practice & Research. Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
A Aguirrezábal Arredondo, M Alvarez Lavín, M J Yurrebaso Ibarreche, M L Vilella Ciriza, I Elguézabal Ortúzar, F J Goikolea Ugarte, A Escobar Martínez
OBJECTIVE: To analyse errors detected in the prescription of cytostatic drugs. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Prospective study (February 1st to April 15th, 2002). All medical orders containing cytostatic agents were checked and 13 variables were studied: identification, anthropometric data, diagnosis, protocol, number of cycles, cytostatic drug, length of treatment, dose, route of administration, volume of infusion and/or final concentration, infusion time, diluent, and doctor's signature...
July 2003: Farmacia Hospitalaria
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