Research and Resources

 

CERA PRODUCTS CLINICAL REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY 

Glycemic and Lactate Responses of Oral Hydration Solutions in Healthy Adults at Rest and Moderate Exercise

Mitigating Exertional Heat Illness in Military Personnel - The Science Behind a Rice-Based Electrolyte and Rehydration Drink

Oral Rehydration Therapy and Feeding Replaces Total Parenteral Nutrition: A Clinical Vignette

Oral Rehydration Therapy as an Alternative to Intravenous Therapy in Dehydrated Older People

From Cholera to Burns: A Role for Oral Rehydration Therapy

Rice-based electrolyte drinks more effective than water in replacing sweat losses during hot weather training and operations.

Role of Rat Intestinal Glucoamylase in Glucose Polymer Hydrolysis and Absorption

Rice-based oral rehydration solution shown to be better than glucose-ORS as treatment of non-dysenteric diarrhoea in children in rural Bangladesh.

Approach to acute diarrhea in the elderly.

Efficacy of oral hyposmolar glucose-based and rice-based oral rehydration salt solutions in the treatment of cholera in adults.

Is rice based oral rehydration therapy effective in young infants?

Plasma glucose and insulin responses to orally administered simple and complex carbohydrates.

Comparison of two regimens of feeding and oral electrolyte solutions in infants with diarrhea.

Rice inhibits intestinal secretions.

Impact of rice based oral rehydration solution on stool output and duration of diarrhoea: meta-analysis of 13 clinical trials.

Cereal-based oral rehydration therapy. I. Clinical studies.

Cereal-based oral rehydration therapy. II. Strategic issues for its implementation in national diarrheal disease control programs.

Glucose absorption from starch hydrolysates in the human jejunum.

High-calorie, rice-derived, short-chain, glucose polymer-based oral rehydration solution in acute watery diarrhea.

Thermophilic amylase-digested rice-electrolyte solution in the treatment of acute diarrhea in children.

Composition and preliminary evaluation of a hydrolyzed rice-based oral rehydration solution for the treatment of acute diarrhea in children

Inhibition of intestinal secretion by rice.

Comparison of rice water, rice electrolyte solution, and glucose electrolyte solution in the management of infantile diarrhea.

Controlled trial of rice powder and glucose rehydration solutions as oral therapy for acute dehydrating diarrhea in infants.

Rice oral rehydration solution hastens recovery from dysentery.

Rice-powder electrolyte solution as oral-therapy in diarrhoea due to Vibrio cholerae and Escherichia coli.

Turning off the diarrhea: the role of food and ORS.

Short-chain glucose polymer and anthracene-9-carboxylic acid inhibit water and electrolyte secretion induced by dibutyryl cyclic AMP in the small intestine.

Clinical studies in persistent diarrhea: dietary management with green banana or pectin in Bangladeshi children.

Feasibility of home treatment of diarrhoea with packaged rice--ORS.

Amylase-resistant starch plus oral rehydration solution for cholera.

Rice-powder salt solution in the treatment of acute diarrhea in young children.

Efficacy of a packaged rice oral rehydration solution among children with cholera and cholera-like illness.

Reduced osmolarity oral rehydration solution for persistent diarrhea in infants: a randomized controlled clinical trial.

Effects of rice powder salt solution and milk-rice mixture on acute watery diarrhea in young children.

Evidence of a dominant role for low osmolality in the efficacy of cereal based oral rehydration solutions: studies in a model of secretory diarrhoea.

Antidiarrheal Effects of L-Histidine–Supplemented Rice-Based Oral Rehydration Solution in the Treatment of Male Adults with Severe Cholera in Bangladesh: A Double-Blind, Randomized Trial