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Diphenoxylate Hydrochloride Therapy in the Diarrhoea of Malnourished Infants
  1. John Bitar,
  2. Samir S. Najjar,
  3. Raja Y. Asfour

    Abstract

    In a double-blind study on 45 malnourished infants with moderately severe non-specific diarrhoea, diphenoxylate hydrochloride proved to be an effective antidiarrhoeal agent when the diarrhoea was acute, but not as effective when the diarrhoea was chronic.

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