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pancreatin

 [pan´kre-ah-tin]
a substance from the pancreas of the hog or ox containing enzymes, principally amylase, protease, and lipase; used as a digestive aid.

pan·cre·a·tin

(pan'krē-ă-tin),
A mixture of the enzymes from the pancreas of the ox or hog, used internally as a digestive, and also as a peptonizing agent in preparing predigested foods; it contains the proteolytic trypsin, the amylolytic amylopsin, and the lipolytic steapsin.

pancreatin

/pan·cre·a·tin/ (pan´kre-ah-tin) a substance from the pancreas of the hog or ox containing enzymes, principally amylase, protease, and lipase; used as a digestive aid.

pancreatin

(păng′krē-ə-tĭn, păn′-, păn-krē′ə-tĭn)
n.
A mixture of the enzymes found in pancreatic juice, such as amylase, lipase, and trypsin, often extracted from hog or cattle pancreases and used as a digestive aid.

pancreatin

[pan′krē·ətin′, -krē·ā′tin]
a concentrate of pancreatic enzymes from swine or beef cattle.
indications It is prescribed as an aid to digestion to replace endogenous pancreatic enzymes in cystic fibrosis and after pancreatectomy.
contraindications Known hypersensitivity to this drug or to pork or beef protein, acute pancreatitis, or a flare in chronic pancreatitis prohibits its use.
adverse effects There are no known serious adverse effects. High doses may cause nausea or diarrhea.

pan·cre·a·tin

(pan'krē-ă-tin)
A combination of specific digestive (pancreatic) enzymes obtained from swine or cattle: lipase, protease, and amylase. These enzymes aid in the digestion and absorption of fats and starches. Pancreatin is given for treatment of various pancreatic enzyme deficiencies resulting from conditions such as pancreatitis, cystic fibrosis, or complications of gastrointestinal bypass surgery.
[G. pankreas, pancreas]

pancreatin

A preparation of pancreatic digestive enzymes that can be taken by mouth. This may be required by people who have had a PANCREATECTOMY or whose pancreatic enzyme production is inadequate. Brand names are Creon, Nutrizym GR, Pancrease and Pancrex V.

pancreatin

an extract of the pancreas that contains pancreatic enzymes.

pan·cre·a·tin

(pan'krē-ă-tin)
A combination of specific digestive (pancreatic) enzymes obtained from swine or cattle; used medicinally in various ways.
[G. pankreas, pancreas]

pancreatin (pang´krēətin),

n a concentrate of pancreatic enzymes from swine or beef cattle.

pancreatin

a substance from the pancreas of the hog or ox containing enzymes, principally amylase, protease and lipase; used in the treatment of pancreatic exocrine insufficiency.
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To enable the pancreatin solution to contact internal tissues a wide opening must be made in the abdomen (e.
This has also been shown in our own laboratory by simple addition of dissolved pancreatin from commercially available enzyme capsules to fecal specimens, which produced a proportional increase in the elastase concentration detected by the pET.
I do suggest that instead of pancreatin, a food based digestive enzyme is taken with each meal to help digestion.
9), (10) Typical defects observed on the clear-coat influenced by bird droppings and pancreatin were recorded by a digital camera and are shown in Fig.
Samples were rinsed in cold tap water until the runoff was clear before they were incubated in 2 L of pre-warmed pancreatin (Sigma P-7545, Sigma Chemicals Co.
Animal derived enzymes, like pancreatin and trypsin are still prevalent, though their use seems to be declining.
Dexamethasone, Oxytocin, Collage-nase type II, Dispase, Pancreatin, dithiothreitol (DTT), Triton X-100 and HEPES were all purchased from Sigma (St.
The company specializes in cGMP biopharmaceutical manufacturing and is among the largest commercial suppliers of Heparin Sodium USP, Pancreatin USP and Pancrelipase USP in serving the pharmaceutical, veterinary and food industries globally.
Since pancreatic enzymes play a vital role in helping to break down and digest tumor tissue, the addition of stronger and more frequently used pancreatin has also proved effective.
The extract preparations contain pancreatin and pancrealipase, which are mainly extracted from animal pancreases that contain primarily amylase, protease, and lipase.
If they give you gas, reduce the amount and take digestive enzymes like pancreatin with meals temporarily.
Very high doses of pancreatin have been associated with hyperuricosuria and hyperuricemia.

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