Enzymes

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Enzymes Overview

Enzymes /nzamz/ are macromolecular biological catalysts. Enzymes accelerate chemical reactions. The molecules upon which enzymes may act are called substrates and the enzyme converts the substrates into different molecules known as products. Almost all metabolic processes in the cell need enzyme catalysis in order to occur at rates fast enough to sustain life.[1]:8.1 Metabolic pathways depend upon enzymes to catalyze individual steps. The study of enzymes is called enzymology ...

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phlogam tablet is for what purpose?

Phlogam is a light yellow round tablet ## What is phlogam? ## phlogam details and what is use? ## Sorry, this is not something available in the US and I cannot find any information on it. ## hi Verwon composition for Phlogam is : Trypsin B.P 48 mg Bromelain 90 mg Rutoside Trihydrate B.P 100 mg Total proteolytic activity not less than 1095 FIP Units hope this will help ## details about phlogam and its constituents ## All three of these are enzymes. The closest product in US is wobenzym. Wobenzym actually contains enzymes which boost your immune system and this make your body respond faster to inflamations. So this medicine is givein in case of Injury for faster recovery. ## phlogam is a uniqe synergestic combination of bromelain , trypsin, and rutoside trihydrate, Phlogam helps in first ...

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white oval pill rp144

lactase enzyme ## Just to confirm, The white oval pill in question marked "RP 144" is reportedly identified as an over-the-counter Lactase enzyme for treating lactose intolerance. For verification, the manufacturer is Raritan Pharmaceuticals (hence the "RP"). Unfortunately, Raritan Pharmaceuticals does not list products on their webpage. However, you can contact them directly for specific product information at: Raritan Pharmaceuticals Inc. 8 Joanna Court East Brunswick, NJ 08816 Phone: 732-432-8200 E-mail: [email protected] I hope this helps!

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White oblong pill G 193

Found two oblong white pills, about 14mm. Blank on one side, G193 printed on the other. No scoring on either side. I thought it was lactase ("dairy pills"), which are used for lactose intolerance. Please help! ## Hi Julie, Based on my investigation your thinking was spot-on! An oblong white pill imprinted "G 193" is reportedly identified as an over-the-counter CVS dairy relief tablet that goes by the name "Lactaid Fast Act". This product is indicated for use in treating lactose intolerance. It is said to contain enzymes that help aid in the digestion of dairy products. I hope this helps!

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More testing? Why not scan left side?

My Dr (Mueller) gave me an ultrasound on my right side and it showed fatty liver going down to pancreas and a cyst on my right kidney. He refuses to give me a scan on my left side. I am thinking of switching Dr's fast. Is that a good idea and what should I be doing for proactive care? I am on a diet and exercise as much as I can. ## Hi Sandy, Sorry to hear about your situation. Has this doctor given you any reasons or feedback as to why it may not be a good idea to scan your left side? Or is it out of sheer unethical behavior? Your answer to this question will affect whether or not someone advises you to switch doctors. Maybe he had a good reason? Maybe he didn't? Is he willing to explain his position? As far as proactive care is concerned, I'm surprised that the doctor didn...

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Disperzyme tablet

Detailed topic of tab. DISPERZYME....What, when and how to use? ## Disperzyme tablets contain: Trypsin (96 mg) + Bromelain (180 mg) + Rutoside trihydrate (200 mg). This drug is noted to be manufactured by Aksigen. It is most commonly prescribed to help with digestive disorders. You can view information on each ingredient by following the three links below: I haven't been able to locate much other information regarding Disperzyme. I would suggest contacting your local pharmacy for information regarding when and how much to use. Hope this helps! ## Dear Ritu , This is definitively not digestive enzyme.This is a systemic enzymes and for detail you can search for REVOZYME FORTE in one topic its mode of action was discussed in length . ## Hi Jackson, It shows the following information wi...

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Udiliv Medicine Used For

I recently got my sgpt and sgot tested... They were 135 and 75. My doctor advised me udiliv 300 twice daily. Is it the correct medicine. How long should i have this medicine before i get my tests conducted again. Can i have alcohol 2-3 times a month in this liver condition. Pls help. ## my lft shows elevated alt(sgpt) enzymes in blood which is 49 normal 40 iu/lit and also have an inflammed liver problem.doctor prescribed to take udiliv 300,twice daily,and razo-d once daily.but my health is not improving after taking it for 12 days.am i getting the right treatment for reducing the infalmmed liver & alt(sgpt).plz help me. ## @amit, Do you know why your doctor prescribed you Udiliv? I only ask because it's indications don't seem to have anything to do with liver related conditi...

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somprazhp kit and are cobination of 14 days

I was suggest by doctor to take sompraz hp kit and hp kit for 14 days is combination is suit me i am suffererd of fatty infritation and pancrease and patchy antral gastis ## Hi my grand pa is suffering with cancer and radiation is given as treatment during this. They did endoscopy and found some ulcers so they prescribed for somprez ph daily 6 tabs . Is it good ## I have gall bladder removed.i suffering from heavy gas in stomach doctors prescribed me Sompraze hp is OK

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Are digestive enzymes safe?

Are digestive enzymes safe for liver toxicity? I read that pancreatic enzyme is toxic to the liver. I took some and did not see a difference until I took digestive enzymes by Dr Matthew. It works and relieves my stomach pain and helps digestion but causes a little fever. I try not to take digestive enzymes often as I heard that it reduces the ability to digest on my own. Anyways, I wonder if digestive enzymes are safe for the liver?

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prednicare

## my dog has been diagnosed with pancreatitis and has high liver enzymes she has been on synulox and prednicare she has to stay on prednicare for the rest of her life she gets very poorly about every 2months so i wanted to know what prednicare does as when she falls poorly again i am having her put down as i feel it is not fair to let her suffer anymore she is also on l/d prescription diet. she is always hungry and drinks ecsessivelly. ## I am sorry to hear about your dog. I was actually trying to find any alternatives to this without having an animal medicated or having to put them down. ## thanks shell209. pepsie has just had her last antibiotic so just on the prenicare now. so wat happens now i dont know.i am taking 1 day at a time. her breathing has changed like a puffer train so. ...

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Creon weight loss

I am losing weight with Creon why? ## creon and weight loss ## This contains Pancrelipase, which is a pancreatic hormone that is used to treat people who have pancreatic conditions, or cannot digest food normally. According to NIH studied, if you are not digesting food properly, weight loss is an expected side effect, along with nausea, dizziness, and stomach pain. Has there been any change for either of you? Are either of you on any other medications? What do your normal diets consist of?

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