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||Comparision of efficacy and digestibility of plantain-salt and rice-salt as home fluid with standard glucose ORS in the management of rehydration in acute diarrhoea in children
||Molla, A.M.; Khapam, Asma; Molla, Ayesha; Eeckels, R.; Greenough III, W.B.
||Estimation of absorption of electrolytes and macronutrient between reduced osmolar oral rehydration solutions in children with acute diarrhoea
||Mazumder, Ramendra N.; Bhattacharya, Mihir K.; Khatoon, Makduma; Khan, Ali M.; Mahalanbis, Dilip; Fuchs, George J.
||Gastric emptying of a rice-powder electrolyte solution and a sucrose electrolyte solution in adult patients with acute cholera
||Molla, A.M.; Collins, B.J.; Molla, Ayseha; van Loon, F.
||Types of dehydration with particular references to hypernatremia
||Samadi, Aziz R.; Wahed, M.A.; Islam, R.; Alam, Momenul; Shahabuddin
||Intestinal transport of water, sodium and glucose from an electrolyte solution with and without bicarbonate
||Islam, Sufia; Mahalanabis, Dilip; Chowdhury, Abul Kalam Azad; Sarker, Shafiqul Alam; Wahed, Abdul; Rahman, Abu Syed Mohammed Hamidur
||Short-chain fatty acids improve clinical, pathologic, and microbiologic features of experimental shigellosis
||Rabbani, G.H.; Albert, M.J.; Rahman, A.S.M. Hamidur; Isalm, M, Moyenul; Islam, K.M. Nasirul; Alam, K.
||Short-chain fatty acids inhibit fluid and electrolyte loss induced by cholera toxin in proximal colon of rabbit in vivo
||Rabbani, G.H.; Albert, M. John; Rahman, Hamidur; Chowdhury, Asis Kumar
||Oral cholera therapy : value of oral infusion of solutions of electrolytes and glycine with and without glucose[conference]
||Cash, Richard A.; Nalin, David R.
||Role of oral rehydration alone in the management of acute diarrhoea [abstract]
||Rahaman, M. Mujibur; Islam, Shafiqul; Majid, M.A.
||Reduction of general childhood mortality following early oral rehydration by glucos electrolyte solution[conference paper]
||Sodium content in home-made oral rehydration solution collected from different projects in Bangladesh[abstract]
||Wahed, M.A.; Zimicki, S.; Rahaman, M.M.
||Feeding during diarrhoea[Annotations]
||The optimal oral therapy formula for cholera and cholera -like diarrheas[conference paper]
||Nalin, D.R.; Cash, R.A.
||New strategy in oral therapy : cereal based, rice poeder electrolyte solution as oral therapy in Diarrhoea due to V. cholerae and E. coli[conference paper]
||Molla, A.M.; Sarker, S.A.; Hossain, M.; Molla, Ayesha; Greenough, W.B. III
||Reduction of stool output in cholera by glucose and electrolyte lavage[conference paper]
||Hirschhorn, N.; Kinzie, J.L.; Sachar, D.B.; Taylor, J.O.; Northrup, R.S.; Phillips, R.A.
||The pathogenesis of cholera diarrhoea[abstract]
||Transmural electric potentials and their response to sugars in the intestines of acute cholera patients and normal subjects[conference paper]
||Sachar, D.B.; Taylor, J.O.; Kinzie, J.L.; Saha, J.R.
||Study of standard ORS in treatment of dehydration of infants less than six months of age
||Samadi, Aziz R.
||Citrate can effectively replace bicarbonate in oral rehydration salts for cholera and infantile diarrhoea
||The role of endogenous prostaglands in secretory diarrheas
||Speelman, P.; Rabbani, G.H.; Rask-Madsen, J.; Bukhave, K.
||Oral therapy in children : a comparative study of 60, 90 and120 m/Mols of sodium/L of Glucose- electrolyte solution[abstract]
||Islam, M.A.; Bardhan, P.K.; Rahaman, M. M.
||Electrolyte composition of diarrhoeal stool in children-some thoughts on proper replacement therapy[abstract]
||Rahman, M.M.; Rahman, W.
||Some problems of cholera therapy in children [abstract]
||Rahman, M.M.; Rahman, Waliur
||Acute diarrhoea in expatriates in Bangladesh[reply]
||van Loon, FPL
||Effect of antibiotics on food intake and absorption of nutrients for children with diarrhea due to Shigella
||Molla, Abdul Majid; Molla, Ayesha Majid
||Intestinal transport of different electrolyte solutions across small intestine of rabbit in vivo
||Islam, S.; Rahman, A .; Fuchs, G.J.; Chowdhury, A.K.; Wahed, M.A.; Rabbani, G.H.
||New strategy in oral therapy : cereal based, rice powder electrolyte solution as oral therapy in diarrhoea due to V. cholera and E. coli [abstract]
||Molla, A.M.; Sarker, S.A.; Hossain, M.; Molla, Ayesha; Greenough III, W.B.
||A comparision of low (20 mmols) and high (30 mmols) potassium/L oral rehydration solution in childhood diarrhoeam [abstract]
||Islam, M.R.; Bardhan, P.K.; Ahmed, Syed Masud
||The acidosis of cholera. Contributions of hyperproteinemia, lactic acidemia, and hyperphosphatemia to an increased serum anion gap
||Wang, Fong; Butler, Thomas; Rabbani, G.H.; Jones, Paul K.