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Warts

Warts (genital)

Weight Gain

Wilson Disease

 

Entries beginning with "W"

Warts - zinc - 40123

Zinc 10 mg/kg up to 600 mg/d as zinc sulphate (150 mg elemental zinc) in three divided doses. [Br J Dermatol, 2002;146:423-431. 40123 (2003)] Summary Interview PubMed

Weight Gain - catechins - 42642

Catechins 690 mg in 1 bottle/d oolong tea (from green tea extract).
[Am J Clin Nutr, 2005;81:122-129. 42642 (04/2005)] Summary Interview PubMed

Weight Gain - creatine - 32700

Creatine 20 g/d loading dose x 5 days then 2-5 gm/d (questionable benefit for ‘sprinting' exercises).  
[Clin J Sports Med 1998;8(4):286-297. 32700 (1999)] Summary Interview

Weight Gain - probiotics - 50091

Enterococcus faecium IS-27526, a novel probiotic isolated from dadih, an Indonesian traditional fermented buffalo milk, at 108 cfu/day in freeze dried form taken with 125 ml Ultra High Temperature low fat milk (UHT) as carrier which activated the freeze dried EFIS, allowing it to stand for 30 minutes prior to consumption to activate the dormant EFIS in freeze dried form, in a single dose, had significant positive effects on humoral immune response, salivary sIgA, in underweight pre-school children, and on weight gain of pre-school children.
[Anaerobe, 2011 Dec;17(6):496-500. Epub 2011 Jul 5. 50091 (6/2012)] Interview PubMed

Weight Gain - whole grain - 42315

Whole grain consumption was inversely correlated with weight gain. If men increased their intake of whole grains by 40 gm/d (amount in 1 cup brown rice), they would gain 1 kg LESS weight than their counterparts over time. 
[Am J Clin Nutr, 2004;80:1237-1245. 42315 (01/2005)] Summary Interview PubMed

Wilson’s Disease - ceruloplasm - 20382

Ceruloplasm is a guide. It affects the index of suspicion when it is low, which is about 90% of the time. About 10% of patients have a normal ceruloplasmin and about 10% of carriers of the gene have a low ceruloplasmin, even though they will never be ill. It is not diagnostic. [Arch Neurolology June 1994;51:545-554. 20382 (1996)] 1996 Summary Interview PubMed

Wilson’s Disease - copper - 20382

24 hr urine copper is best assessment; > 100 mcg/ 24 hours in a well-performed test is virtually diagnostic of Wilson's disease. The "gold standard" for diagnosis is the quantitative copper in a liver biopsy. [Arch Neurolology, June 1994;51:545-554. 20382 (1996)]

Wilson’s Disease - copper, zinc - 20382

Urinary copper and zinc (24 hr collection) for follow-up/monitoring of therapy every 6 months. [Arch Neurology, June 1994;51:545-554. 20382 (1996)] Summary Interview PubMed

Wilson’s Disease - tetrathiomolybdate - 20382

Tetrathiomolybdate 20 mg t.i.d. with meals and 20 mg t.i.d between meals. Treat for 8 weeks and then switch to zinc acetate maintenance therapy (used for neurologic symptoms and acutely ill patients). [Arch Neurology, June 1994;51:545-554. 20382 (1996)] Summary Interview PubMed

Wilson’s Disease - zinc acetate - 20382

Zinc acetate -150 mg/d of elemental zinc in 3 divided doses 1 hour away from meals. For young patients use 25 mg, 3 times a day (used for chronically ill patients). [Arch Neurology, June 1994;51:545-554. 20382 (1996)] Summary Interview PubMed
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