Alternatives for the Lactose-Intolerant Patient
Author(s): Glasnapp Andrew
Issue: Nov/Dec 1998 - Environmental Compounds
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Abstract: The author discusses primary and secondary lactose intolerance, physiology, diagnosis, treatment, a case report and appropriate fillers. He concludes that lactose intolerance may affect one in every five people worldwide. Solutions may range from the simplistic to the pharmaceutically challenging. A compounding pharmacist is in an excellent position to not only solve the patient’s lactose intolerance problem but also provide enhanced therapy by choosing fillers that may provide additional benefit.
Related Keywords: Calcium, Carbonate
Related Categories: GERIATRICS, PEDIATRICS, CASE REPORTS
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