Jeffrey N Love et al.
The Journal of emergency medicine, 27(1), 49-54 (2004-06-29)
Serious pediatric toxicity resulting from exposure to small amounts of camphor-containing products has long been a problem. Twenty years ago the United States Food and Drug Administration took several actions in an attempt to ameliorate this risk. Despite these changes...
E Siegel et al.
Pediatric clinics of North America, 33(2), 375-379 (1986-04-01)
Camphor is present in several over-the-counter compounds of questionable use and therefore may be ingested by small children. Because seizures may follow ingestion of certain amounts, appropriate treatment is needed, including the use of anticonvulsants.
Weiyang Chen et al.
Molecules (Basel, Switzerland), 18(5), 5434-5454 (2013-05-15)
The fragrant camphor tree (Cinnamomum camphora) and its products, such as camphor oil, have been coveted since ancient times. Having a rich history of traditional use, it was particularly used as a fumigant during the era of the Black Death...
Gustav Georg Belz et al.
Phytomedicine : international journal of phytotherapy and phytopharmacology, 10 Suppl 4, 61-67 (2003-06-17)
Independent, double-blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled studies using sublingual/oral administration of D-camphor, an extract from fresh crataegus berries, and a combination of the two (CCC) yielded the following results: Both the D-camphor and the extract from fresh crataegus berries, the components of...
Ju-Young Kim et al.
Drug delivery, 21(7), 519-529 (2013-11-20)
The aims of the present study were to prepare new dual-mode floating gastroretentive tablets (DF-GRT) containing itraconazole (ITR) and to evaluate influence of the dosage forms on pharmacokinetic parameters of ITR. The solubility of ITR was enhanced around 200 times...