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Summary for Patent: 3,860,708
|Title:||METHOD OF DELIVERING THE INTESTINES OF HUMAN BEINGS FROM BARIUMSULPHATE AFTER BARIUM MEAL EXAMINATION|
|Abstract:||Lactulose has been found to be effective to expell barium sulphate from the intestines after barium meal examination.|
|Inventor(s):||Prout; Brian John (Truro, EN)|
|Assignee:||U.S. Philips Corporation (New York, NY)|
1. A method of delivering the intestines of human beings from bariumsulphate after barium meal examination which method comprises administering to said human beings orally a
daily effective dose of lactulose.
2. A method as claimed in claim 1 wherein lactulose is administered in a daily amount of 3.3 - 20 gram.
3. A method as claimed in claim 2 wherein lactulose is administered as a 50% by weight aqueous syrup.
4. A method as claimed in claim 1 wherein the administering of lactulose is begun with immediately after the barium meal examination.
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