RANITIDINE: histamine H2-receptor antagonist

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<ul><li><p>from our files RANITIDINE: histamine H2-receptor antagonist </p><p>Pharmacology (continued) Influence of ranitidine on antipyrine pharmacokinetics in healthy </p><p>volunteers. Staiger, C. et al. Digestive Diseases and Sciences 25: 894 (1980) </p><p>Influence of ranitidine on antipyrine metabolism. Staiger, C. et al. Zeitschrift fur Gastroenterologie 18: 60 I (1980) </p><p>Furan H,-antagonist ranitidine inhibits pentagastrin-stimulated gastric </p><p>secretion stronger than cimeitidine. Domschke, W. et al. Gastroenterology 79: I 267 (1980) </p><p>Some problems in modern anti-ulcer drug evaluation: a comparison of </p><p>four gastric acid suppressors. Gibinski, K. Current Medical Research and Opinion 7: 5 I 6 (1981) </p><p>Ranitidine suppression of massive basal hypersecretion in two patients </p><p>resistant to cimetidine. Danilewitz, M. et a!. Gastroenterology 80: 1131 (1981) </p><p>Cimetidine-induced erythema annulare centrifugum: no cross-sensitivity </p><p>with ranitidine. Merrett, A.C. et al. British Medical Journal 283: 698 (1981) </p><p>Ranitidine, a new histamine H2-receptor antagonist. Simon, B. et al. Minreva Medica 72: 2657-2661 (1981) </p><p>The pharmacokinetics of ranitidine in patients with chronic duodenal </p><p>ulceration. McFadyen, M.L. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16: 109 (1981) </p><p>Pharmacokinetics of ranitidine in patients with chronic duodenal </p><p>ulceration. McFadyen, M.L. et al. South African Journal of Science 77: 286 (1981) </p><p>Interaction of H2-receptor antagonists with drug-metabolizing enzymes. </p><p>Bell, J .A. et al. Biochemical Society Transactions 9: 113 ( 1981) The effects of ranitidine hydrochloride, a new histamine Hrreceptor </p><p>antagonist, on intrinsic factor secretion. Mohammed, R. et al. Clinical Therapeutics 4: 118 (1981) </p><p>The new histamine Hrreceptor antagonist ranitidine - duration of action. </p><p>Dammann. H.G. et al. Research in Experimental Medicine 178: 151 (1981) </p><p>New synthesis of ulcerostatic ranitidine and some related compounds. </p><p>Toso, R. et al. Acta Pharmaceutica Jugoslavica 31: 117 (1981) </p><p>Dynamics of gastric acid inhibition by ranitidine in duodenal ulcer </p><p>patients. Konturek, S.J. et al. Digestion 22: 119 (1981) Physical and spectroscopic data of ranitidine. Hohnjec, M. et a!. Acta </p><p>Pharmaceutica Jugoslavica 31: 131 (1981) A review of the animal pharmacology of ranitidine - a new, selective </p><p>histamine H2-antagonist. Brittain, R.T. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 69): I (1981) </p><p>Normal and disturbed motility pattern in the duodenum of man. Myren, </p><p>J. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 67): I (1981) </p><p>Pharmacokinetic and gastric secretory studies of ranitidine in man. Louis, </p><p>W.J. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 69): II (1981) </p><p>Investigation on the penetration of ranitidine into the cerebrospinal fluid </p><p>and a comparison of the effects of ranitidine and cimetidine on male </p><p>sex hormones. Walt, R.P. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 69): 19 (1981) </p><p>Effect of ranitidine on gastric acid and pepsin secretion following sham </p><p>feeding. Muller-Lissner, S.A. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 69): 27 (1981) </p><p>The effect of ranitidine and cimetidine on the twenty-four hour </p><p>intragastric acidity profile and nocturnal acid secretion in duodenal ulcer patients. Walt, R.P. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 69): 33 (1981) </p><p>The new histamine H2-receptor antagonist ranitidine - duration of action. </p><p>Dammann, H. G. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 </p><p>0156-2703/82/0925-0019/0$01.00/0 ADIS Press </p><p>(Suppl. 69): 39 (1981) </p><p>Comparative study with ranitidine and cimetidine on gastric secretion. Sewing, K.-Fr. et a!. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology I 6 </p><p>(Suppl. 69): 45 ( 1981) Effect of ranitidine and cimetidine on pentagastrin and insulin-stimulated </p><p>gastric secretion. Sheers, R. et al. Scandinavian Journal of </p><p>Gastroenterology !6 (Suppl. 69): 51 (1981) Stimulation of gastric acid secretion by intravenous amino acid infusion </p><p>and its inhibition by H2-receptor antagonists ranitidine and cimetidine. </p><p>Weingart, J. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. </p><p>69): 61 (1981) Reduction of postprandial gastric acidity and pepsin concentration by </p><p>ranitidine and antacids in healthy volunteers. Berstad, A. et a!. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 69): 67 (1981) </p><p>In vitro studies on the effects of ranitidine on isolated anterior pituitary </p><p>and adrenal cells. Edwards, C.R.W. eta!. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 69): 7 5 ( 1981) </p><p>Clinical and endocrine aspects of treatment with ranitidine. Boyd, E.J .S. et </p><p>al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 69): 81 (1981) </p><p>The effects of H 2-receptor antagonists on hepatic drug metabolism. Henry, </p><p>D.A. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 69): </p><p>85 (1981) Kinetics and duration of action of ranitidine on gastric secretion and its </p><p>effect on pancreatic secretion in duodenal ulcer patients. Konturek, S.J. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 69): 91 </p><p>(1981) H2-Receptor antagonists: ultrastructure of canine parietal cells after long </p><p>term treatment with ranitidine. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 70}: 143 (1981} </p><p>Long term effects of H2-receptor antagonists (cimetidine and ranitidine) on </p><p>the human gastric and duodenal mucosa. Ribet, A. et al. Scandinavian </p><p>Journal of Gastroenterology 16 (Suppl. 70}: 155 (1981} Effect of oral and LV. acute administration of ranitidine on serum </p><p>prolactin (PRL) levels. Corinaldesi, R. et al. Acta Endocrinologica 97 (Suppl. 243): 100 (1981) </p><p>The effect of ranitidine on the TRH- and insulin-induced prolactin </p><p>secretion in man. Delitala, G. et al. Acta Endocrinologica 97 (Suppl. </p><p>243): 357 ( 1981) Comparative effects of ranitidine and cimetidine on glucose tolerance and </p><p>insulin secretion in man. Scarpignato, C. et al. Acta Endocrinologica 97 (Suppl. 243): 478 (1981) </p><p>Gastric cytoprotection by prostaglandins, ranitidine, and probanthine in </p><p>rats: Role of endogenous prostaglandins. Konturek, S.J. et al. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 16: 7 ( 1981) </p><p>Some in vitro and in vivo actions of the new histamine H2-receptor </p><p>antagonist, ranitidine. Daly, M.J. et al. British Journal of Pharmacology 72:' 49 (1981) </p><p>Comparison of the effects of ranitidine, cimetidine and placebo on the 24 </p><p>hour intragastric acidity and nocturnal acid secretion in patients with duodenal ulcer. Walt, R.P. et al. Gut 22: 49 (1981) </p><p>Antagonism of vasodepressor and gastric secretory responses to histamine </p><p>by the H ,-receptor antagonist, ranitidine and cimetidine in the anaesthetized dog. Daly, M.J. et a!. British Journal of Pharmacology </p><p>72: 55 (1981) Effects of cimetidine and ranitidine on some non-invasive indices of </p><p>cardiac function. Barba!, J. et al. British Journal of Pharmacology 72: 131P {1981) </p><p>Hemodynamic effects of a new histamine H,-receptor agonist </p><p>(impromidien) and antagonist (Ranitidine). Pollock, D.M. eta!. </p><p>Federation Proceedings 40: 491 (1981) Ranitidine and delayed hypersensitivity. Bovo, P. et al. Italian Journal of </p><p>Gastroenterology 13: 49 ( 1981) The effect of ranitidine on gastric acid secretory response curves to </p><p>histamine, pentagastrin or bethanechol in dog with a Heidenhain </p><p>pouch. Daly, M.J. et al. Agents and Actions II: 160 (1981) Effects of a new histamine Hrreceptor antagonist, ranitidine, on </p><p>INPHARMA 25 Sep 1982 19 </p></li><li><p>experimental acute gastric and duodenal ulcers. Okabe, S. et al. Folia </p><p>Pharmacologica Japonica 77: 397 (1981) The effect of ranitidine, a new histamine H2-receptor antagonist, on the </p><p>amylase/creatinine clearance ratio. Mohammed, R. et al. British </p><p>Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 11; 408 (1981) </p><p>Effects of two histamine H2-receptor blocking drugs on basal levels of </p><p>gonadotrophins, prolactin, testosterone and oestradiol-17fj during </p><p>treatment of duodenal ulcer in male patients. Peden, N.R. et al. Acta </p><p>Endocrinologica 96: 564 (1981} </p><p>Effect of chronic administration of ranitidine on basal and TRH-</p><p>stimulated prolactin. Pasquali, R. et al. Gastroenterologie Clinique et </p><p>Biologique 5: 585 (1981) The inhibition of gastric acid secretion by ranitidine: the effect of 6 weeks </p><p>ranitidine therapy. Hanson, R.G. et al. Gastroenterology 80: 1168 (1981) </p><p>Effects of four H-2 antagonists Cimetiamide, cimetidine, ranitidine, </p><p>tiotidine (ICI 125,211) and atropine on acid &amp; pepsin secretion and </p><p>serum gastrin in fistula dogs with graded doses of urecholine. Molina, </p><p>E. et al. Gastroenterology 80: 1233 (1981) Cimetidine and rantidine increase ethnaol-induced gastric mucosal damage </p><p>in rat and partially abolish prostaglandin 'cytoprotection'. Tamawski, </p><p>A. et al. Gastroenterology 80: 1300 (1981) </p><p>The potency and duration of action of ranitidine and cimetidine on meal-</p><p>stimulated acid output. Walt, R.P. et al. Gastroenterology 80: 1311 , </p><p>(1981) </p><p>Increase in intragastric pH after cimetidine and ranitidine. Johnston, J.R. </p><p>et al. British Journal of Anaesthesia 53: 664P (1981) Dose dependent effects of ranitidine on gastric mucosal potential </p><p>difference. von Kleist, D: et al. Arzneimittel- Forschung 31: 1038 (1981) </p><p>Ranitidine increases lower oesophageal sphincter pressure in man. </p><p>Bertaccini, G. et al. Italian Journal of Gastroenterology 13: 149 (1981) </p><p>Complete inhibition of food-stimulated gastric acid secretion by combined </p><p>application of pirenzepine and ranitidine. Londong, W. et al. Gut 22: </p><p>542 (1981) Effects of ranitidine, a new histamine H~-receptor antagonist, on </p><p>secretagogue-stimulated gastric secretion in rats: Comparison with </p><p>cimetidine. Okabe, S. et al. Folia Pharamcologica Japonica 78: 57 (1981) </p><p>Effects of cimetidine and ranitidine on gastric transmural potential </p><p>difference and on prolactin secretion in man. Vonkleist, D. et al. </p><p>Hepato-Gastroenterology 28: 210 ( 1981) </p><p>Effect of the new H 2-receptor antagonist ranitidine on plasma prolactin </p><p>levels in duodenal ulcer patients. Robins, A.H. et al. Journal of </p><p>Pharmacy and Pharmacology 33: 615-616 (1981) </p><p>Gastric mucus secretion in ranitidine-treated patients. Gusland, M. et al. </p><p>British Medical Journal 283: 699 (1981) </p><p>Ranitidine and intragastric pH-profiles in acutely ill patients. Dammann, Hg. et al. Italian Journal of Gastroenterology 13: 199 (1981) </p><p>Serum prolactin changes after ranitidine administration in healthy </p><p>volunteers. Ghidini, 0. Italian Journal of Gastroenterology 13: 212 </p><p>(1981) </p><p>Ranitidine kinetics and dynamics. Leben, P.A. ct al. Clinical </p><p>Pharmacology and Therapeutics 30: 539 ( 198 I) </p><p>Ranitidine kinetics and dynamics. Lebert, P.A. et al. Clinical </p><p>Pharmacology and Therapeutics 30: 545 (1981) </p><p>Cimetidine, ranitidine, and their mutagenic nitroso derivatives. De Flora, </p><p>S. Prof. Lancet 2: 993 (1981) Effect of some new histamine Fb-receptor antagonist on the guinea-pig </p><p>papillary muscle. Bertaccini, G. and Coruzzi, G. Naunyn-</p><p>Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology 317: 225 (1981) </p><p>Effect of prolonged administration of ranitidine on pituitary and thyroid </p><p>hormones, and their response to specific hypothalamic-releasing </p><p>factors. Pasq uali, R. et al. Clinical Endocrinology 15: 457 (1981) </p><p>Safety ofranitidine. Brittain, R.T. et al. Lancet 2: 119 (1981} </p><p>Ranitidine and transmural potential difference. Muller, P. et al. Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 106: 1577 (1981) </p><p>Effect of acute administration of cimetidine and ranitidine on the </p><p>pentagrastrin stimulated gastric secretion of acid, pepsin and mucus in </p><p>man. Angelini, G. et a!. Italian Journal of Gastroenterology 13: 232 (1981) </p><p>Inhibition of gastnc acid secretion-in the cat by- the-histamine H.-receptor </p><p>antagonists ranitidine and cimetidine. Bertaccini, G. and Scarpignato, </p><p>C. Italian Journal of Gastroenterology 13: 248 (1981) </p></li></ul>

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