clofibrate


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a drug (trade name Atromid-S) that reduces lipids in the blood serum

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In the Stockholm Ischemic Heart Disease Secondary Prevention Study, 555 patients post Ml were randomized to IR niacin in combination with clofibrate or placebo and followed for five years.
Many drugs heighten the risk of gallstone formation, including clofibrate, octreotide, ceftriaxone, and estrogens.
injection, to the PPAs, clofibrate (CLO) or the more potent ciprofibrate (CPR), did not exhibit any changes in hepatic microsomal lauric acid hydroxylase (LA-OHase) activities, although kidney microsomal [omega] and [omega]-6 products were increased significantly.
Reduction of myocardial reinfarction by the combined treatment with clofibrate and nicotinic acid.
Lithium and minor tranquillizers such as valium, as well as the use of cimetidine, spironolactone, heparin, clofibrate, disopyramide, estrogens, progestational agents, ketaconazole, and steroids, have also been associated with ED.
2007), and we find that the chemical structure of osthol is similar to the agonists of PPAR[alpha], clofibrate analogs (Okamoto et al.
Only short-term increases in rat liver DNA synthesis are seen with many other PPAR-[alpha] agonists, including clofibrate [ethyl 2-(4-chlorophenoxy)-2-methylpro-panoate] (Tanaka et al.
Amla also enhances degradation and elimination of cholesterol in animal models, (53) as do drugs such as the fibrates (gemfibrozil, clofibrate, and others).
Anticholesterol drugs, such as clofibrate, existed, but they had problematic side effects.
Medication and food interactions that potentiate warfarin by level of supporting evidence Level of evidence Medication/food Highly probable Alcohol (a) Metronidazole Amiodarone Miconazole Cimetidine Omeprazole Clofibrate Phenylbutazone Cotrimoxazole Piroxicam Erythromycin Propafenone Fluconazole Propranolol Isoniazid Sulfinpyrazone Probable Acetaminophen Itraconazole Anabolic steroids Quinidine Aspirin Phenytoin Chloral hydrate Simvastatin Ciprofloxacin Tamoxifen Dextropropoxyphene Tetracycline Disulfiram Influenza vaccine Possible Disopyramide Norfloxacin 5-Fluorouracil Ofloxacin Ifosphamide Topical salicylates Lovastatin Sulindac Metolazone Tometin Nalidixic acid (a) When associated with underlying liver disease.
Lipid-lowering agents such as clofibrate, gemfibrozil, and statins have not proved effective in treating dyslipidemia associated with NAFLD.
Acinar heterogeneity of fatty acid-binding protein in the livers of male, female and clofibrate treated rats.
Clofibric acid is an active metabolite of clofibrate, etofibrate and etofyllinclofibrate.
Cholesterol absorption in man: effect of administration of clofibrate and/or cholestyramine.
2001a) reported that exposure to 500 mg/kg clofibrate and 1,100 mg/kg di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) induced a different pattern of transcription than did TCE.