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Which is rate metabolic disorder 4 hydroxy butyric aciduria?

Which is rate metabolic disorder 4 hydroxy butyric aciduria?

Probable ketosis: Beta hydroxybutyric acid is a compound formed during starvation, or diabetic ketoacidosis as the result of fat breakdown for energy in the absence of carbohydrates the question here is unclear, perhaps re submit? ...Read more

Dr. Mark Pack
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Miacalcin (Definition)

Miacalcin is a metabolic agent which is a kind of ...Read more


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Kidney disease:is calcitriol as effective as zemplar for parathyroid control?

Kidney disease:is calcitriol as effective as zemplar for parathyroid control?

Yes: Till date, not a single medical study has shown the superiority (with respect to clinical outcomes) of any one form of active vitamin d or vitamin d analogue for treatment of secondary hyperparathyroidism in patients with kidney disease. Calcitriol tends to be cheaper and often used as a "first line". It is as effective as zemplar clinically but might cause more hyperphosphatemia or hypercalcemia. ...Read more

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Why doctors consider drugs like ( rifampicin & isoniazid) as risk factor of metabolic syndrome?

Why doctors consider drugs like ( rifampicin & isoniazid) as risk factor of metabolic syndrome?

Metab syndrome: An insulin-sensitizing agent, such as metformin, is often used as hyperglycemia treatment in patients with metabolic syndrome. Literature suggests that metformin may help to reverse the pathophysiologic changes of metabolic syndrome. Cannot find any evidence that Rifampin is a risk factor for metabolic syndrome. ...Read more

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Is the low cost biosimilar drugs as effective as original biologics to treat autoimmune diseases?

Is the low cost biosimilar drugs as effective as original biologics to treat autoimmune diseases?

Not even close: There are no low cost biosimilar drugs that have any value. All biologics are still under patent protection so no generics are available. ...Read more

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Is ACE inhibitor such as captropil effective as an antihypertensive or everyone?

Is ACE inhibitor such as captropil effective as an antihypertensive or everyone?

1size never fits all: In medicine, one size doesn't fit all. An ace inhibitor may be more appropriate if you have diabetes, since it can protect the kidneys from diabetic damage. If you have cardiac problems, a beta blocker may be more appropriate. Sometimes, a pt needs to use more than one HTN medication. This is why you & your doctor should discuss which blood pressure med is best in your p[articular case. ...Read more

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Azd 6244- mek inhibitor- a selective mitogen-activated protein kinase (mek) inhibitor. Mk 2206- akt inhibitor. Why prescription for me? It ? Nsclc/mets

Azd 6244- mek inhibitor- a selective mitogen-activated protein kinase (mek) inhibitor.    Mk 2206-  akt inhibitor.  Why  prescription for me? It ? Nsclc/mets

Molecular targeting: These agents are designed to selectively knock out key pathways your tumor may use to grow. Presumably you already had your tumor tested for these different mutations. Ask the doctor offering these options to explain their rationale. These are investigational studies and many of the treatment costs may be covered-ask. ...Read more

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Microalbuminuria which is better for eliminating or stabilizing condition ACEOr ARB meds?

Microalbuminuria which is better for eliminating or stabilizing condition ACEOr ARB meds?

Both are good: both of these types of medications are useful in this fashion but there are several factors usually based on your personal health history that would sway a physician to use on over the other, cost can also play a part and insurance formularies. ...Read more

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Glimepride or metformin sustained release? Which anti diabetic tablet is safer for stage 2 renal disease (diabetic nephropathy)

Glimepride or metformin sustained release? Which anti diabetic tablet is safer for stage 2 renal disease (diabetic nephropathy)

Caution: Metformin is contraindicated as renal function declines. Glimepiride is ok, but all such agents are more potent as renal function falls since Insulin is metabolized by the kidney and Insulin levels may persist at a higher level with renal disease. Night time hypoglycemia is more common w/renal disease so monitor carefully. ...Read more

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Why're non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as meloxicam considered contraindicated in renal disease?

Why're non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as meloxicam considered contraindicated in renal disease?

They hurt the kidney: Nsaids interfere with the internal regulation of blood flow in the kidney. Using them reduces renal blood flow and decreases kidney function. ...Read more

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Is buproprion a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (maoi) type of drug?

Is buproprion a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (maoi) type of drug?

No: Bupropion (wellbutrin) inhibits re-uptake of norepinephrine and Dopamine into neurons (nerve and brain cells). It does not inhibit mao, so there are no dietary restrictions or common medication interactions, unlike the the maois. ...Read more

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Can polyglycoplex (pgx) help fight metabolic syndrome?

Maybe-fiber-fuller!: Pgx or polyglcoplex is a one-of-a-kind complex of water-soluble polysaccharides or plant fibers developed using a patented technology. It is marketed as a weight loss and regular dietary supplement that fosters healthy blood sugar levels, curbs hunger, and minimizes unwanted weight gain. T is recommended to take some pgx before every meal with at list 8 ounces of water per 2.5 gram serving. ...Read more

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How are lipase inhibitors (orlistat) used as a fat blocking medication?

How are lipase inhibitors (orlistat) used as a fat blocking medication?

Orlistat stool chang: No every body who takes orlistat has fatty stools, that how it works by blocking the absorption of fats orlistat blocks the absorprtion of fats and fats are in the stools undigested and there is limited absorption. ...Read more

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Are anticoagulants such as rat poison an alkali or an acid?

Are anticoagulants such as rat poison an alkali or an acid?

Somewhat acidic: Modern rat poisons use anticoagulants (warfarin, etc.) which cause internal bleeding. Some industrial grade rodenticides use inorganic compounds like zinc phosphide that react with the hydrochloric acid in the rat's stomach forming noxious phosphine gas. Antimony potassium tartrate, an emetic, is added to cause vomiting if accidentally ingested by humans. Rats & mice have no vomiting reflex. ...Read more

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Is agent orange related to pituitary tumors?

Is agent orange related to pituitary tumors?

See below: Us department of veterans affairs has studied this issue and recognized a number of disorders to be associated with agent orange exposure as detalied in the site below. http://www.publichealth.va.gov/exposures/agentorange/diseases.asp if you have any signs or symptoms pertinent to these disorders you should consut your doctor. If you are a veteran, seek care at a va facility. ...Read more

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Is hair loss caused by medication (such as Lithium or Valproic Acid) generally reversible?

Is hair loss caused by medication (such as Lithium or Valproic Acid) generally reversible?

Yes : Alopecia (loss of hair) due to medications will reverse with stopping the insulting agent (the medication which caused it) The question is what to do if you need those medications to balance your moods, and function more adequately. Please consult with your prescriber to switch those mood stabilizers to another type, and use hair products to stimulate the growth and health of your scalp. ...Read more

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Could anti uricosuric agents also prevent heart /coronary arteries disease/s?

Could anti uricosuric agents also prevent heart /coronary arteries disease/s?

No: Gout is just a marker for increased heart risk. Lowering uric acid levels has never been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease. ...Read more

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Hydroxyprogesterone hexanoate is androgen precursor with elimination half-life 7.8 d,for an injection 5ml of 250 mg/mL what is such androgenic effect?

Hydroxyprogesterone hexanoate is androgen precursor with elimination half-life 7.8 d,for an  injection 5ml of 250 mg/mL what is such androgenic effect?

A Hairy Proposition: In women, excess amounts of androgens can cause such "virilizing" effects as acne, hirsutism (excess hair growth in "inappropriate" places, like the chin or upper lip) and thinning hair. Long-time use is associated with serious health consequences, such as insulin resistance and diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and heart disease. It all sounds like lots of fun, doesn't it? ...Read more

Dr. Sheila Smith
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Salmon Calcitonin (Definition)

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