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and safety. Current guidelines for the management of coeliac disease recommend early introduction of gluten-free diet in coeliac patients who are



 

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SolidWorks.2018.Activator.exe Download SolidWorks 2018. Hypoglycemic drugs for non-diabetic coeliac patients: A meta-analysis of short-term efficacy and safety. Current guidelines for the management of coeliac disease recommend early introduction of gluten-free diet in coeliac patients who are symptomatic. An evidence-based approach to such intervention is difficult as few studies have reported the short-term safety and efficacy of hypoglycemic agents in coeliac patients. A systematic search for randomized controlled trials (RCTs) evaluating the short-term safety and efficacy of any hypoglycemic agents (any class) in coeliac patients was conducted. Ten eligible RCTs were selected. Insulin and metformin were effective in lowering serum glucose level (weighted mean difference [WMD] -7.22, 95% confidence interval [CI] -11.71 to -2.74; P = 0.0003; I(2) = 62.8%; WMD -5.26, 95% CI -10.79 to 0.27; P = 0.05). The rate of adverse events was similar with the use of insulin and metformin. Each hypoglycemic agent appears to have a different safety profile. Use of hypoglycemic drugs in non-diabetic coeliac patients is supported by our meta-analysis. However, more RCTs are needed to confirm the long-term safety and efficacy of drugs in coeliac patients.Prior to this invention, as is shown in U.S. Pat. No. 3,566,345 issued Mar. 2, 1971 in the names of Grant F. Wharton and Richard C. Wheeley, there has been developed a candle assembly and method of making the same in which the candle body is centrally surrounded and encapsulated by a sleeve formed of a closed cell foam which constitutes the fire barrier. In the aforesaid patent, the closed cell foam sleeve has a base portion covered by a coating of a moisture barrier composition to enhance its fire resistance characteristics and the fire resistant sleeve is attached to the candle body by first positioning a rod in the candle wax to anchor the sleeve in position and then applying a desired amount of the fire resistant material to the rod and the sleeve by dispensing it from a nozzle or can. The assembly of the present invention replaces the open cell foam sleeve of the aforesaid patent with one made of an open cell foam especially adapted




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