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Related to enteric: enteric fever, enteric infection, enteric isolation, Enteric nervous system

enteric

, enteral
intestinal
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The new drug uses an enteric coating--a substance which does not dissolve in the acid environment of the stomach but does dissolve in the alkaline environment of the small intestines, releasing the drug there.
This report presents detailed analysis of the Enteric Disease market in the US, Europe (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK) and Japan.
What we have learned about rotaviruses and noroviruses alone has revolutionized our understanding of the critical role they play in public health and placed the other novel enteric viruses as second-tier agents.
Another consideration is that evidence that enteric coating reduces stomach bleeding "is quite scant, some might even say nonexistent.
4] emissions from enteric fermentation in the 16 local administrative districts of Korea between 1990 and 2009 increased from 153,717 t in 1990 to 231,271 t in 1996 and then decreased to 157,131 t in 2001 and increased thereafter to 209,978 t in 2009.
Stool samples were collected and examined for enteric parasites by microscopy and special staining methods.
1,2,3) It is difficult to design the optimal transport medium for stool pathogens because of the unique requirements demonstrated by the many enteric pathogens.
A wide range of enteric viruses are capable of causing human illnesses, These viruses include rotaviruses, Norwalk and other caliciviruses, enteric adenoviruses, astroviruses, and coronaviruses.
This new 363-page report provides analysis of the European enteric disease testing market, including emerging tests, technologies, instrumentation, sales forecasts by country, market shares, and strategic profiles of leading suppliers.
RPI) has introduced ARTcaps, a patent-pending technology capable of producing clear enteric softgels that feature acid resistance, enhanced moisture tolerance and greater shell robustness.
A range of gastrointestinal, rheumatologic, neurologic, and skin and lung conditions have been associated with previous exposure to enteric infections (4-13).
Background & objectives: Enteric fever is a major public health problem in India.