Diuretic agent

Diuretic agent

A drug which increases urine output.
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BCMs are a unique type of micelle, which releases the payload quickly when triggered by the acidic micro-environment of the tumour or when exposed to an intravenously administered chemical compound such as mannitol, an FDA-approved sugar compound often used as a diuretic agent, which interferes with the cross-linked micelles.
The significant increase in urinary frequency and excretion ration with the use of dandelion extract provides support for its traditional use as a diuretic agent.
Flutamide, a diuretic agent, must also be metabolically activated before it can exert effects (Wong et al.
Euphorbiaceae) is a plant used in folk medicine as a hypoglycemic and diuretic agent.
The drug being promoted by this system is Dyrenium, a diuretic agent used to treat edema (fluid retention) caused by congestive heart failure, liver cirrhosis, and other related diseases.
In addition, Biogen has ongoing Phase II studies for Amievive for treatment of moderate to severe psoriasis and Adentri, a novel diuretic agent.
amalago as diuretic agents, although further studies are necessary to evaluate the mechanisms involved in the biological activity and safety following repeated exposure.
3) EUPHORIA = Early Ultrafiltration Therapy in Patients with Decompensated Heart Failure and Observed Resistance to Intervention with Diuretic Agents.
1) Acute Decompensated Heart Failure National Registry (2) Early Ultrafiltration Therapy in Patients with Decompensated Heart Failure and Observed Resistance to Intervention with Diuretic Agents