|1.||Inzana, Karen D: 1 article (06/2009)|
|2.||Rossmeisl, John H: 1 article (06/2009)|
|3.||Takahashi, Yukitoshi: 1 article (10/2007)|
|4.||Yokochi, Kenji: 1 article (10/2007)|
|5.||Maegaki, Yoshihiro: 1 article (10/2007)|
|6.||Okanishi, Tohru: 1 article (10/2007)|
|7.||Kibe, Tetsuya: 1 article (10/2007)|
|8.||Saito, Yoshiaki: 1 article (10/2007)|
|9.||Mori, Yuka: 1 article (10/2007)|
|10.||Wolfe, Robert R: 1 article (01/2007)|
02/01/2002 - "Oral therapy using a low-dose homeopathic preparation combining Potassium bromide 1X, Sodium bromide 2X, Nickel sulfate 3X, and Sodium chloride 6X, provides significant improvement in seborrheic dermatitis and dandruff after 10 weeks of dosing."
02/01/2002 - "Effective treatment of seborrheic dermatitis using a low dose, oral homeopathic medication consisting of potassium bromide, sodium bromide, nickel sulfate, and sodium chloride in a double-blind, placebo-controlled study."
02/01/2002 - "The purpose of this study was to further evaluate the effect of an orally administered low-dose, homeopathic mineral therapy (Potassium bromide 1X, Sodium bromide 2X, Nickel sulfate 3X, Sodium chloride 6X) on seborrheic dermatitis and chronic dandruff. "
|2.||Status Epilepticus (Complex Partial Status Epilepticus)
01/01/2005 - "Sodium bromide was particularly effective for preventing status epilepticus. "
01/01/2005 - "The mean age of last status epilepticus in patients receiving sodium bromide (1 year 8 months) was significantly younger than that in those not treated with sodium bromide (3 year 4 months). "
01/01/2005 - "We propose that sodium bromide should be used as the initial treatment for the prevention of the development of status epilepticus associated with Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome."
|3.||Body Weight (Weight, Body)
03/01/2003 - "Sodium bromide (30 mg/kg of body weight, IV) was administered to 6 clinically healthy mares over a period of 3 minutes. "
01/01/1993 - "7. From this experiment and previous experiments a no-effect level in humans for sodium bromide of 4 mg kg-1 body weight is proposed."
01/01/1993 - "1. A total of 0, 4 and 9 mg kg-1 body weight sodium bromide was administered orally to 45 healthy female volunteers. "
08/01/1983 - "The fact that the overall effect of the 10,800 ppm dietary level was not completely reversible seemed to be largely attributable to the effect of this level of sodium bromide administration on body weight."
08/01/1983 - "The data obtained, analysed statistically by univariate and multivariate analysis of variance, indicated that for sodium bromide, the 'effect limit' based on behavioural variables and body weight lay for mice between 400 and 1200 ppm in the diet. "
02/01/1979 - "Administration of sodium bromide, 0.2 to 2.0 g/kg i.p., suppressed the convulsions in a dose-related fashion. "
01/01/1977 - "Antagonism of metrazol-induced convulsions by sodium bromide in Rana pipiens."
10/01/2007 - "Seven weeks after onset, the seizures were ameliorated by treatment with sodium bromide, carbamazepine, clobazam, and high-dose phenobarbital. "
07/01/1982 - "Male mice (25-30 g) were injected (ip) with 0, 3.5 X 10(-6), or 17.5 X 10(-6) mol trimethyltin bromide (TMT), triethyltin bromide (TET), tri-n-propyltin chloride (TPT), or tri-n-butyltin bromide (TBT) per kg. Additional groups of mice were also injected (ip) with either 0 or 17.5 X 10(-6) mol sodium bromide (NaBr) or 17.5 X 10(-6) mol stannic bromide (SnBr4) per kg. The mice were tested with maximal electroshock seizure (MES) at 0.5, 4, 21-24, and 96 h following exposure to the organotin compounds. "
|1.||Sodium Chloride (Saline Solution)
|4.||Deuterium Oxide (Heavy Water)
|6.||Indocyanine Green (Cardio-Green)
|7.||Caffeine (No Doz)