Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Biliary Tract Diseases or Surgeries

Search for articles with a title level focus on biliary tract diseases or surgery.  Not exhaustive.


((biliary[ti] OR bile[ti] OR gallbladder*[ti] OR “gall bladder”[ti] OR gall[ti] OR “common duct”[ti] OR biliopancreatic[ti] OR bilio-pancreatic[ti] OR “cystic duct”[ti] OR “hepatic duct”[ti] OR “hepatic ducts”[ti] OR pancreatobiliary[ti] OR “sphincter of oddi”[ti] OR “ampulla of Vater”[ti] OR choledochal[ti]) AND (polyp[ti] OR polyps[ti] OR polyposis[ti] OR lith*[ti] OR anomal*[ti] OR abnormal*[ti] OR ileus[ti] OR fistula*[ti] OR cannulat*[ti] OR cholangioscop*[ti] OR perforat*[ti] OR  pain[ti] OR painful[ti] OR dyskine*[ti] OR procedure[ti] OR procedures[ti] OR operative[ti] OR leak*[ti] OR colic[ti] OR fibrosis[ti] OR fibroses[ti] OR fibrotic[ti] OR hemorrhag*[ti] OR haemorrhag*[ti] OR malform*[ti] OR prognos*[ti] OR abnormal*[ti] OR therap*[ti] OR complication*[ti] OR sphincterotom*[ti] OR surgical[ti] OR surger*[ti] OR endoscop*[ti] OR stent*[ti] OR drain*[ti] OR abnorm*[ti] OR diseas*[ti] OR condition*[ti] OR cyst[ti] OR cysts[ti] OR cystic[ti] OR diverticul*[ti] OR congenital*[ti] OR inborn*[ti] OR neoplas*[ti] OR tumor[ti] OR tumors[ti] OR tumorous[ti] OR tumour*[ti] OR neoplasm*[ti] OR cancer*[ti] OR carcinom*[ti] OR adenocarcin*[ti] OR lymphom*[ti] OR sarcom*[ti] OR malignan*[ti] OR metasta*[ti] OR inflam*[ti] OR stone*[ti] OR calcul*[ti] OR syndrome*[ti] OR injur*[ti] OR atres*[ti] OR atret*[ti] OR cirrho*[ti] OR reflux[ti] OR obstruct*[ti] OR block*[ti] OR stasis[ti] OR static[ti] OR plugged[ti] OR inspissat*[ti] OR stone*[ti] OR calculus[ti] OR calculi[ti] OR infect*[ti] OR empyema*[ti] OR emphysema*[ti] OR diver*[ti] OR syndrome*[ti] OR bypass*[ti] OR jaundic*[ti]) ) OR cholangit*[ti] OR choledoch*[ti] OR cholecystiti*[ti] OR cholecysto*[ti] OR cholelith*[ti] OR gallstone*[ti] OR caroli[ti] OR caroli's[ti] OR cholesta*[ti] OR alagille*[ti] OR cholesta*[ti] OR Mirizzi*[ti] OR postcholecystect*[ti] OR post-cholecystect*[ti] OR “sump syndrome”[tiab] OR “sump syndromes”[tiab] OR post-choledochostom*[ti] OR cholecystect*[ti] OR choledochostom*[ti] OR choledochoduodeno*[ti] OR postcholedochoduodenostom*[ti] OR choledochoduodenostom*[ti] OR cholangiocarcinoma*[ti] OR cholangiopancreatograph*[ti] OR cholangio-pancreatograph*[ti] OR “limy bile”[ti] OR ((hepatic OR transhepatic[ti] OR transduodenal[ti] ) AND (portoenterostom*[ti] OR sphincterotom* OR papillotom* )) OR "Biliary Tract Surgical Procedures"[Mesh] OR "Biliary Tract Diseases"[Mesh] OR "Biliary Tract/surgery"[Mesh]  OR "Biliary Tract/abnormalities"[Mesh] OR "Biliary Tract/injuries"[Mesh] OR "Biliary Tract/microbiology"[Mesh] OR "Biliary Tract/parasitology"[Mesh] OR "Biliary Tract/pathology"[Mesh] OR "Biliary Tract/pharmacology"[Mesh] OR "Biliary Tract/physiopathology"[Mesh] OR "Biliary Tract/radiation effects"[Mesh] OR "Biliary Tract/therapy"[Mesh] OR "Biliary Fistula"[Mesh] OR “Cholangiopancreatography, Endoscopic Retrograde”[mesh]

Monday, May 22, 2017

Valsartan -- keywords

(Valsartan OR 137862-53-4 OR CGP-48933 OR CGP48933 OR “CGP 48933” OR Valsarta* OR “Acavexal” OR “Alpertan” OR “Alsarkare” OR “Alsart” OR “Alsartan” OR “Alvastran” OR “Ampliron” OR “Anartan” OR “Angiosan” OR “Apo-Valsart” OR “Aralter” OR “Aval” OR “Avalsan” OR “Avasart” OR “Axudan” OR “Banyass” OR “Bespres” OR “Blessin” OR “Brasart” OR “Brator” OR “Bravan” OR “Angio II” OR “Cardopan” OR “Ceracard” OR “Cezoryn” OR “Cordinate” OR “Cordvax” OR “Corosan” OR “Cortan” OR “Cosartan” OR “Cuenca” OR “Cuenca”  OR “Dalzad” OR “Diapresan” OR “Dilcoran” OR “Dioforge” OR “Diolo” OR “Diosartan” OR “Diotev” OR “Diovan” OR “Diovane” OR “Dosara” OR “Hiperval” OR “Ideltan” OR “Jia Fei” OR “Kalpress” OR “Kylotan” OR “Lartavan” OR “Limiten” OR “Lokil” OR “Medicoran” OR “Migroben” OR “Miten” OR “Molesart” OR “Nisis” OR “Nortivan” OR “Peperil” OR “Pimentini” OR “Premium” OR “Provas” OR “Racorval” OR “Redutensil” OR “Rixil” OR “Rovelan” OR “Sakord” OR “Salarvant” OR “Saldanar” OR “Sarton” OR “Sarval” OR “Selectan” OR “Simaldoz” OR “Simultan” OR “Starval” OR “Talsare” OR “Tamcore” OR “Tamgard” OR “Tantordio” OR “Tanvalir” OR “Tareg” OR “Tensart” OR “Tifival” OR “Vagrecor” OR “Vagsar” OR “Valacor” OR “Valaplex” OR “Valaric” OR “Valatan” OR “Valax” OR “Valcatuna” OR “Valcor” OR “Valdemas” OR “ValHelen” OR “Valmed” OR “Valperol” OR “Valpression” OR “Valpressol” OR “Vals” OR “Valsabio” OR “Valsacor” OR “Valsaforce” OR “Valsagamma” OR “Valsanorm” OR “Valsargamma” OR “Valsargen” OR “Valsarstad” OR “Valsart” OR “Valsartamib” OR “Valsartamyl” OR “Valsartore” OR “Valsavil” OR “Valsax” OR “Valso” OR “Valsocard” OR “Valsotens” OR “Valtan” OR “Valtap” OR “Valtasyn” OR “Valtensin” OR “Valtsu” OR “Valutol” OR “Valvitae” OR “Valz” OR “Valzap” OR “Valzek” OR “Vamadrid” OR “Vamadrid” OR “Vamadrid” OR “Vanatex” OR “Vapress” OR “Varexan” OR “Varirtan” OR “Vartalan” OR “Vartisan” OR “Vasanter” OR “Vasar” OR “Vasaten” OR “Vatan” OR “Vatan” OR “Vector” OR “Velsa” OR “Venaton” OR “Veralpres” OR “Versalver” OR “Vezuran” OR “Vivendal” OR “Walzera” OR “Wansaar” OR “Yi Fang” OR “Zakodian” OR “Zelvartan” OR “Zomevek”)[all]

The following were removed because they were “not found” by PubMed, contained spaces, and could, thus, causes retrieval of irrelevant results:
OR “Da Le” OR “Diocor Solo” OR “Lizhu Weike” OR “Mai Xin” OR “Ping Xin” OR “Sui Yue” OR “Tuo Ping” OR “Wei Er Tan” OR “Xie Ke”

Alternate drug names were found in Martindale:  The Complete Drug Reference.

Telmisartan -- keywords

(Telmisartan OR 144701-48-4 OR BIBR-277 OR BIBR-277-SE OR BIBR277 OR BIBR277SE OR “BIBR 277” OR Telmisarta*  OR  “Actelsar” OR “Actelsar” OR “An Ya“ OR “Angioton” OR “Anzitel” OR “Arbitel” OR “Chang Ping” OR “Cordiax” OR “Cortel” OR “Cresar” OR “Deprevex” OR “Difel” OR “Dinortes” OR “Etela” OR “Frepadan” OR “Gliosartan” OR “Hytel” OR “Kinzal” OR “Kinzalmono” OR “Legionis” OR “Li Wen” OR “Lovetel” OR “Meldoc” OR “Micardis” OR “Micator” OR “Miprasan” OR “Mirpresoc” OR “Misafar” OR “Mistra” OR “Mytel” OR “Natrazim” OR “Newtel” OR “Nideshu” OR “Oditel” OR “Polsart” OR “Predxal” OR “Pritor” OR “Pritoral” OR “Qsar” OR “Saitan” OR “Samertan” OR OR “Shi Ji” OR “Sonia “ OR “Tanydon” OR “Telarteq” OR “Telma” OR “Telmabax” OR “Telmark” OR “Telmecal” OR “Telmisan” OR “Telmitek” OR “Telmix” OR “Telmizek” OR “Telmotens” OR “Telpres” OR “Telvis” OR “Telzap” OR “Terdefel” OR “Tesgreco” OR “Tezeo” OR “Ti Yu” OR “TianYi” OR “Tolura” OR “Torpini” OR “Xin Rui” OR “Ya Ping” OR “Yaweiyi” OR “Zanacodar”)[all]

The following were removed because they were “not found” by PubMed, contained spaces, and could, thus, causes retrieval of irrelevant results: 
“BIBR 277 SE” OR “An Yi Ning” OR “Bang Tan” OR “Bei Di Ning” OR “Bo Xin Shu” OR “Da Shu Ya” OR “Di Sai Ping” OR “Di Yi Ning” OR “Fan Tan” OR “Heng Bei” OR “Heng Xue Su” OR “Huo Ping” OR “Jia Se Yi” OR “Kang Chu” OR “Li Lai Ke” OR “Long Shu Ya” OR “Luo Ge Le” OR “Luo Sha Ning “ OR “Mei Si” OR “Nuo Jin Ping” OR “Nuo Shi Mei” OR “Ou Mei Ning” OR “Ping Ke Ya Xin” OR “Pu Mei Te” OR “Qu Ya” OR “Sai Ka” “Sha Tai Q” OR “Sha Ting Ning “ OR “Shang Er Ning” OR “Shu Luo Ning” OR “Si Tai Le” OR “Su Ding” OR “Tan Xin Suo” OR “Te Li Kang” OR “Tian He Heng “ OR “Xin Yi Er” OR “Xue Ying Ping” OR “Ya Tan” OR “Yi Ya Ping” OR “Yu Le Ning” OR “Zhi Xin Feng”

Alternate drug names were found in Martindale:  The Complete Drug Reference.

Olmesartan -- keywords

(Olmesartan OR  144689-24-7 OR 144689-63-4 OR CS-866 OR RNH-6270 OR CS866 OR RNH6270 OR “CS 866” OR “RNH 6270” OR Olmesartan* OR “Almetec” OR “Alteis” OR “Alzor” OR “Belsar” OR “Benetor” OR “Benicar” OR “Calenda” OR “Cardioplus” OR “Cardosal” OR “Cresart” OR “Hipersar” OR “Iltux” OR “Improve” OR “Ixia” OR “Mencord” OR “Olartan” OR “Olesta” OR “Olgen” OR “Olimestra” OR “Olkingo” OR “Olkreso” OR “Olmat” OR “Olmax” OR “Olmec” OR “Olmecip” OR “Olmeday” OR “Olmefast” OR “Olmes” OR “Olmesar” OR “Olmetec” OR “Olmetor” OR “Olmezar” OR “Olmezest” OR “Olmighty” OR “Olmy” OR “Olmysar” OR “Olpress” OR “Olsar” OR “Olsart” OR “Oltan” OR “Omesar” OR “Ometan” OR “Openvas” OR “Oukat” OR “Oxap” OR “Plaunac” OR “Restelox” OR “Sarten” OR “Tensonit” OR “Votum” OR “Zeota”)[all]

The following were removed either (1) because they were “not found” by PubMed, contained spaces, and could, thus, causes retrieval of irrelevant results or (2) because they have alternate English language meanings that supercede their importance as drug names:
“Lan sha”
Terminate

Alternate drug names were found in Martindale:  The Complete Drug Reference.

Losartan -- keywords

(Losartan OR 114798-26-4  OR 124750-99-8 OR DuP-753 OR  E-3340 OR MK-0954  OR DuP753 OR  E3340 OR MK0954 OR “DuP 753” OR “MK 0954” OR Losarta* OR  “Accolok” OR “Acetensa” OR “Actilop” OR “Actizar” OR “Alderan” OR “Alsartan” OR “Amozar” OR “Ancozan” OR “Angilo” OR “Angilos” OR “Angioten” OR “Angisartan” OR “Angizaar” OR “Antipresol” OR “Anzacor” OR “Anzar” OR “Apo-Lozart” OR “ARA” OR “Ara 2” OR “Aradois” OR “Aratan” OR “Aratis” OR “Arbartan” OR “Arbloc” OR “Arblos” OR “Arionecs” OR “Arionex” OR “Artager” OR “Asipress” OR “Aston” OR “Bepsar” OR “Besartan” OR “Biablan” OR “Bicardren” OR “Bimidal” OR “Biortan” OR “Biozaar” OR “Bloctran” OR “Blosar” OR “Cardikare” OR “Cardizar” OR “Cardomin “ OR “Cartan” OR “Cimaher” OR “Ciplazar” OR “Cliarvas” OR “Conciluk” OR “Cormac” OR “Corodin” OR “Corticosan” OR “Corus” OR “Cosaar” OR “Cosart” OR “Cosartal” OR “Cotenace” OR “Covance” OR “Cozaar” OR “Cozaarex” OR “Cozapert” OR “Cozatan” OR “Cozavan” OR “Czar” OR “Czartan” OR “Dalosar” OR “Decara” OR “Doxar” OR “Ecozar” OR “Eklips” OR “Emlosar” OR “Enromic” OR “Entrizen” OR “Eseflah” OR “Etotan” OR “Ezartan” OR “Fabosic” OR “Felow” OR “Fensartan” OR “Fiban” OR “Getzar” OR “Giftan” OR “Giovax” OR “Golasan” OR “Gosart” OR “Hartzar” OR “Hextan” OR “Hilos” OR “Hylos” OR “Hypart” OR “Hypertan” OR “Hyperthree” OR “Hypozar” OR “Hytenza” OR “Hyzaar” OR “Hyzart” OR “Insaar” OR “Jalvase” OR “Jensar” OR “Jomasar” OR “Kaftensar” OR “Kardiostan” OR “Karsartan” OR “Kenzar” OR “Klosartan” OR “Koinsar” OR “Lakea” OR “Lanxes” OR “Lanzaar” OR “Lanzacor” OR “Lara” OR “Lartan” OR “Lavestra” OR “Lazulide” OR “Lepitrin” OR “Licolos” OR “Lifezar” OR “Lipewin” OR “Lo” OR “Loben” OR “Locardan” OR “Locardin” OR “Loctenk” OR “Lodestar” OR “Loortan” OR “Loplac” OR “Lopred” OR “Lopren” OR “Lopress” OR “Loranta” OR “Loreblok” OR “Lorfast” OR “Loridan” OR “Loril” OR “Lorista” OR “Lorotens” OR “Lorsacor” OR “Lortaan” OR “Lortaan” OR “Lortan” OR “Lorzaar” OR “Lorzan” OR “Losab” OR “Losacar” OR “Losaday” OR “Losaden” OR “Losadrac” OR “Losafox” OR “Losagard” OR “Losagen” OR “Losahelm” OR “Losain” OR “Losakare” OR “Losakind” OR “Losalet” OR “Losamater” OR “Losamax” OR “Losametan” OR “Losan” OR “Losanew” OR “Losanin” OR “Losanorm” OR “Losanox” OR “Losapot” OR “Losapres” OR “Losaprex” OR “Losaprin” OR “Losar” OR “Losarb” OR “Los-Arb” OR “Losarbon” OR “Losarcure” OR “Losardex” OR “Losarel” OR “Losarep” OR “Losargal” OR “Losargamma” OR “Losargard” OR “Losaril” OR “Losariv” OR “Losarlan” OR “Losarmed” OR “Losarstad” OR “Losart” OR “Losarta” OR “Losartas” OR “Losartax” OR “Losartec” OR “Losartic” OR “Losartil” OR “Losartion” OR “Losartol” OR “Losasun” OR “Losatal” OR “Losatec” OR “Losathia” OR “Losatrix” OR “Losatrust” OR “Losavas” OR “Losavik” OR “Loscard” OR “Loscom” OR “Losin” OR “Losindia” OR “Losit” OR “Losium” OR “Lospi” OR “Lospot” OR “Lospotar” OR “Lossar” OR “Lostaar” OR “Lostankal” OR “Lostanorm” OR “Lostar” OR “Lostat” OR “Lotace” OR “Lotan” OR “Lotanec” OR “Lotanol” OR “Lotanos” OR “Loteak” OR “Lotor” OR “Loxar” OR “Loxibin” OR “Lozaan” OR “Lozanel” OR “Lozap” OR “Lozarep” OR “Lozaris” OR “Lozart” OR “Lozatan” OR “Lozitar” OR “Lozydel” OR “LSP” OR “LTP” OR “Lyosan” OR “Miotin” OR “Monocer” OR “Mozartan” OR “Myotan” OR “Myzaar” OR “Myzar” OR “Nefrotal” OR “Neo-Lotan” OR “Neosartan” OR “Nipartan” OR “Niten” OR “Nopretens” OR “Normoten” OR “Nu-Lotan” OR “Nusar” OR “Ocsaar” OR “Okazar” OR “Osart” OR “Osartil” OR “Ozarium” OR “Parten” OR “Paxon” OR “Pensartan” OR “Portiron” OR “Precten” OR “Prelertan” OR “Prelow” OR “Presar” OR “Presartan” OR “Presinor” OR “Press-Down” OR “Prisonil” OR “Proelsartan” OR “Provizar” OR “Prozar” OR “Punab” OR “Qxar” OR “Rabolan” OR “Rapifast” OR “Rasol” OR “Rasoltan” OR “Redupress” OR “Renicard” OR “Rogbaz” OR “Rominguer” OR “Sangona” OR “Sanipresin” OR “Santesar” OR “Saravanta” OR “Sarilen” OR “Sartal” OR “Sartan” OR “Sartaxal” OR “Sarvas” OR “Sarve” OR “Satarmed” OR “Sentor” OR “Sidok” OR “Simperten” OR “Soluvass” OR “Solvatan” OR “Sortabax” OR “Sortal” OR “Staars” OR “Stadazar” OR “Tacardia” OR “Tacicul” OR “Takilpam” OR “Tanzaril” OR “Tarnasol” OR “Temisartan” OR “Tenlosar” OR “Tenlosarian” OR “Tenopres” OR “Tensaar” OR “Tenserpil” OR “Tensivel” OR “Tervalon” OR “Tevalos” OR “Tiasar” OR “Torlos” OR “Tosan” OR “Troezel” OR “Valinor” OR “Valtrian” OR “Vamzar” OR “Varsil” OR “Vasexten” OR “Vasotenz” OR “Viopexa” OR “Vivasartan” OR “Wilopres” OR “Xartan” OR “Zaarpress” OR “Zaart” OR “Zarnat” OR “Zarpose” OR “Zart” OR “Zartan” OR “Zarten” OR “Zeprez” OR “Zosaar” OR “Zylovaa” OR “Zysacar” )[all]


The following were removed either (1) because they were “not found” by PubMed, contained spaces, and could, thus, causes retrieval of irrelevant results or (2) because they have alternate English language meanings that supercede their importance as drug names:
Lot
Lap
“E 3340”

 Alternate drug names were found in Martindale:  The Complete Drug Reference.

Irbesartan -- keywords

(Irbesartan OR  138402-11-6 OR BMS-186295 OR SR-47436 OR BMS186295 OR SR47436 OR “BMS 186295” OR “SR 47436” OR Irbesarta* OR “Abavil” OR “Abesart” OR “Abisart” OR “Adana” OR “Agepin” OR “Alvein” OR “Aprovel” OR “Arbesta” OR “Ardinel” OR “Artibesan” OR “Artin” OR “Avapro” OR “Bersin” OR “Besanta” OR “Besartan” OR “Bewel” OR “Bezart” OR “Dynarb” OR “Ebrit” OR “Elzar” OR “Firmasta” OR “Fritens” OR “Gemot” OR “Geping” OR “Ibertan” OR “Idezar” OR “Ifirmasta” OR “Irabel” OR “Irban” OR “Irbeblue” OR “Irbec” OR “Irbecell” OR “Irbecor” OR “Irbeday” OR “Irbedox” OR “Irbegen” OR “Irbenahyp” OR “Irbenidda” OR “Irbenox” OR “Irbepress” OR “Irberan” OR “Irbesan” OR “Irbesat” OR “Irbest” OR “Irbetab” OR “Irbetan” OR “Irbewin” OR “Irbezep” OR “Irbezyd” OR “Irbotens” OR “Irda” OR “Irebetan” OR “Iretensa” OR “Irovel” OR “Irprestan” OR “Irsalico” OR “Irsar” OR “Irtan” OR “Irtanel” OR “Irvask” OR “Irvebal” OR “Irvell” OR “Irven” OR “Irvex” OR “Isame” OR “Izart” OR “Junelic” OR “Karbesat” OR “Karvea” OR “KeSu” OR “Landaratan” OR “Licolin” OR “Lucidel” OR “Nortens” OR “Onesart” OR “Opisar” OR “Optima” OR “Presolin” OR “Pribercor” OR “Quarlintan” OR “Rabesat” OR “Rebevea” OR “Rotazar” OR “Roverin” OR “Ruo Peng” OR “Sabervel” OR “Sebesyn” OR “Sykratan” OR “Tensiber” OR “Tensira” OR “Torpisal” OR “Trabiran” OR “Vilconir” OR “Xarb” OR “Xin Ping” OR “Ybersigax”)[all]

The following were removed because they were “not found” by PubMed, contained spaces, and could, thus, causes retrieval of irrelevant results
“An Lai” OR “Gan Yue Xi” OR “Ji Jia” OR “Pu Li Ning” OR “Su Shi” OR OR “Yi Da Li” OR “Yi Kang Ning” OR “Yi Tai Qing”

Alternate drug names were found in Martindale:  The Complete Drug Reference.

Eprosartan -- keywords

(Eprosartan OR 133040-01-4 OR  144143-96-4 OR Eprosartan* OR “Emestar Mono” OR Epratenz OR Eprotan OR Futuran OR  Larutan OR  Naviten OR  Navixen OR Regulaten OR Teveten OR Tevetenz OR Tevetens )[all]

Alternate drug names were found in Martindale:  The Complete Drug Reference.