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Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents used in heavy metal poisoning

A. Catsch

Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents used in heavy metal poisoning

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Published by Pergamon in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementA. Catsch and A.E. Harmuth-Hoene.
SeriesPharmacology and therapeutics; part A: chemotherapy, toxicology and metabolic inhibitors -- vol.1,no.1
ContributionsHarmuth-Hoene, A E.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20962977M
ISBN 100080202608
OCLC/WorldCa2777706

Dimercaprol is a metal chelating agent that is used as an antidote in arsenic, gold, lead, mercury and other heavy metal poisoning. Metals form ligands in the body with the sulfhydryl groups of the pyruvate-oxidase enzyme leads to an inhibition of the normal functioning of these enzymes that are dependent on free sulfhydryl groups for their activity. Pharmacology, chelation of heavy metals international encyclopaedia of pharmacology the periodic involving use of chelating agents to remove heavy metals from the body it is a form of therapy with application in conventional as well as alternative medicine ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid edta heavy metal poisoning definition heavy.


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Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents used in heavy metal poisoning by A. Catsch Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thus the mobilization of a metal should be conceived as a ligand-exchange: AM + L~,A + LM ~1) Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents used in heavy metal poisoning 3 This simplified formulation does not, of course, imply that AM Cited by: HEEP COPYRIGHT: BIOL ABS.

Drugs are used in Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents used in heavy metal poisoning book treatment of heavy metal intoxication and metal storage diseases to accelerate the excretion of toxic metals from the organism or to render them non-toxic by formation of insoluble comopunds.

This study is restricted exclusively to metal antagonists which interact directly with the metal. metal intoxications by chelating agents. Mini Rev Med Chem. Jan;4(1) Catsch A, Harmuth-Hoene A-E. Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents used on heavy metal poisoning.

In: Levine WG, editor. The Chelation of Heavy Metals. Oxford: Pergamon Press; Cutler, AH. Amalgam Illness: Diagnosis and Treatment. Catsch A, Harmuth-Hoene A-E.

Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents used on heavy metal poisoning. In: Levine WG, editor. The Chelation of Heavy Metals.

Oxford: Pergamon Press; Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents used in heavy metal poisoning book O. Chemical and biological considerations in the treatment of metal Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents used in heavy metal poisoning book by chelating agents.

Mini Rev Med Chem. Jan;4(1) Naringenin and Heavy Metals. Heavy metal intoxication is another cause of liver disease, it has great importance due to unnoticed intake of heavy metals by men and because heavy metals can be present in drinking water, food, and environment or workplace of affected people.

Catsch A & Harmuth-Hoene AE () Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents used in heavy metal poisoning. Pharmac Ther A, Chenoweth MB, Modell W & Riker WF () Pharmacology of several dithiols related to 2,3-dimercaptopropanol (BAL).

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Drugs Acting on the Gastrointestinal Tract I. Antiemetics II. Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents R., S. Stucki and B. Carcer, used in heavy metal poisoning. Pharmacology and therapeutic application of agents used in heavy.

Chelating agents are the drugs or agents used to prevent or reverse the toxic effects of heavy metals on enzymes or accelerate elimination of metals from body. The term “chelate is derived from the Greek word “ Chele” meaning “Crab’s Claw”.

Edetate calcium disodium (EDTA calcium) and dimercaprol (BAL) are given through an intravenous line or in shots, while succimer (Chemet) and penicillamine (Cuprimine, Depen) are taken by mouth. Structures of various chelating agents used to treat cases of heavy metal poisoning.

Preferred ligands for soft and borderline ions such as Pb 2+, Hg 2+, Cd 2+ and As 3+ are thiolates and amines.

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Pharmacology - Heavy Metals. STUDY. PLAY. metallothionien. protective mechanism against metal toxicity liver and kidney esp expression induced early in toxic exposure. chelator. competitive binding antagonist acute lead poisoning symptoms. CNS toxicity muscle weakness/fatigue gen pain hemolysis - > anemia and kidney damage and red pee.

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Catsch The Chelation of Heavy Metals (International encyclopedia of pharmacology and therapeutics) (Pergamon Press, ) Catsch, A., and A. Harmuth-Hoene Pharmacology and Therapeutic Applications of Agents Used in Heavy Metal Poisoning In Alexander Catsch The Chelation of Heavy Metals (Pergammon Press, ).

N-acetylcysteine also appears to have some clinical usefulness as a chelating agent in the treatment of acute heavy metal poisoning, both as an agent capable of protecting the liver and kidney from damage and as an intervention to enhance elimination of the by: Chelation therapy is the preferred medical treatment for metal poisoning, including acute mercury, iron (including in cases of sickle-cell disease and thalassemia), arsenic, lead, uranium, plutonium and other forms of toxic metal poisoning.

The chelating agent may be administered intravenously, intramuscularly, or orally, depending on the agent and the type. Pharmacologic treatment of heavy metal poisoning usually involves: A.

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The chelating agents also provide a potential method of treating metal toxicity, thus, minimizing the adverse events associated with toxicity of iron.

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Brahma Department of Pharmacology NEIGRIHMS, Shillong 2. What are they??. • These are the compounds mainly used in heavy metal poisoning Combines (complex) with metallic ions, forming ring structures within their molecule (Chele – crab) Form stable, non toxic and easily exretable complexes with toxic.

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Chelation therapy has historically been used in attempts to reduce the body burden of toxic metals in highly symptomatic patients with elevated biological markers []. Chelating agents can affect metal toxicity by mobilizing the toxic metal mainly into urine.

A chelating agent forming a stable complex with a toxic metal may shield biologicalCited by: MESO-2,3-Dimercaptosuccinic Acid: Chemical, Pharmacological and Toxicological Properties of an Orally Effective Metal Chelating Agent Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology Vol.

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Metal chelators are emerging as versatile tool with many medical applications. Their versatility allows them to be used in chelation therapy for treating diseases caused by toxic and heavy metal poisoning, chelating agents are capable of binding to toxic metal ions to form complex structures which are easily excreted from the body removing them from intracellular or.

Some of the oldest diseases of humans can be traced to heavy metal poisoning associated with metal mining, refining, and use.

Even with the present recognition of the hazards of heavy metals, the incidence of intoxication remains significant, and the need for preventive strategies and effective therapy remains high.

Journal of Medical Toxicology Research is an open access peer-reviewed scholarly journal and aims to focus on the diagnosis, management and prevention of toxicity and other adverse health effects due to medications, occupational and environmental substances, and biological agents.

In Journal of Medical Toxicology also includes all aspects of, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, Therapeutic. Chelation therapy involves the administration of chelating agents to treat toxic metal poisoning. These chelating agents or chelants are used to remove heavy metals from the body in cases of.

Pharmacology and therapeutic applications of agents used in heavy metal poisoning. In: The Chelation of Heavy Metals, (). Role of2,3-dimercaptosuccinic acid in the treatment ofheavy metal poisoning.

A number of experimental and clinical studies have shown the beneficial effect of ALA as a therapeutic agent for a diverse spectrum of diseases from heavy metal poisoning, radiation damage, ischemia-reperfusion injury, and neurodegenerative diseases to managing metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and its various by: Chelators are organic compounds with 2 or more electronegative groups that form stable bonds with cationic metal atoms.

These stable complexes lack the toxicity of the free metals and often are excreted readily. Chelators, which function as chemical antagonists, are used as antidotes in the treatment of heavy metal poisoning.

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Which is an accurate statement. Combination chemotherapy is the administration of an antineoplastic drug that will be toxic during a specific phase of cellular growth. Combination chemotherapy is the. tightly. Thus reversal of heavy metal poisoning is always a difficult and often an impossible task for the clinician.

13 Levine When chelators are used to treat toxic metal poisoning, some degree of redistribution, in which the metals bind and damage new targets, is inevitable Catsch 8 Mellor DP.

Chemistry of chelation and chelating agents. DMSA and DMPS-Water Soluble Antidotes for Heavy Metal Poisoning Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology Vol. (Volume publication date April )Cited by:. Chelation pdf is a widely used medicine for the treatment of heavy metal poisoning.

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Organized to .2,3-disulfanylpropanesulfonic acid ebook an alkanesulfonic acid that is propanesulfonic acid substituted by sulfanyl groups at positions 2 and 3. It is an alkanesulfonic acid and a dithiol.