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Preparation of glycerin solutions for intra venous administration part 3 some pharmacodynamic properties of glycerin solutions


, : Preparation of glycerin solutions for intra venous administration part 3 some pharmacodynamic properties of glycerin solutions. Farmatsevtychnyi Zhurnal (Kiev) 32(6): 56-61

A prepared solution of glycerin with albumin produced no effect on the vital functions of the internal organs of various intact animals [rabbit, dog, mouse, guinea pig]. In conditions of experimental hepatitis this preparation increases endurance and furthers normalization of biochemical changes of the body.

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