Carbon monoxide reverses gastroparesis in mice Mayo Clinic researchers show that very low doses of inhaled carbon monoxide in diabetic mice reverses the condition known as gastroparesis or delayed abdomen emptying, a painful and common complication for many diabetic patients rx droger . The results will be presented on June 1 at Digestive Disease Week in Chicago. ‘This is a substantial finding, as it shows that loss of the enzyme which makes carbon monoxide may be the actor in this process and that it offers us with a apparent approach toward a feasible new therapy because of this condition,’ says Gianrico Farrugia, M.D., Mayo Clinic gastroenterologist and lead investigator on the analysis.
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Public health officials have warned that breathing even small amounts of secondhand smoke could cause heart damage to healthy nonsmoking adults and could trigger heart attacks in those people who are already at risk. In response, many states have passed smoke-free air laws that prohibit smoking in all indoor regions of a venue, protecting nonsmokers from involuntary contact with secondhand smoke fully. In 2010 2010, Michigan became the 38th state to enact a smoke-free indoor air law, which bans smoking in every worksites, including bars and restaurants. To examine the clinical impact of Michigan's smoke-free indoor air law, researchers reviewed the Nationwide Inpatient Sample for hospitalizations from heart attack, congestive center stroke and failure one year before and after the ban implementation.