Some people say that amlodipine has a protective effect on the heart, and left-handedness is only a blood pressure reduction. Is it really? I. Levamlodipine Amlodipine, a third-generation long-acting calcium antagonist, is a commonly used drug for the treatment of hypertension and angina pectoris. The half-life is as… Continue Reading Amlodipine protects the heart, and levoamlodipine can only reduce blood pressure?
The regulation of human blood glucose concentration is mainly achieved by the mutual restriction of insulin and glucagon at multiple levels. Among them, insulin produced by islet β cells is responsible for promoting blood glucose absorption and lowering blood glucose concentration. Islet beta cell destruction or dysfunction can lead… Continue Reading Nature’s paper: Treating diabetes with cell therapy is worth looking forward to
Pancreatic cancer is one of the most malignant tumors. It is called “the king of cancer” because of its low survival rate and extremely short survival period. It is usually asymptomatic in the early stage and often spreads to the whole body when it is diagnosed. Pancreatic cancer is… Continue Reading Nature: The king of cancer also has weakness