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CHECollege of Human Ecology
CHESwitzerland (ISO Country code)
CHECollaborative on Health and the Environment
CHEChemical Engineer
CHECatholic Health East
CHECouncil on Higher Education
CHEChronicle of Higher Education
CHEChristelijke Hogeschool Ede (Dutch: Ede Christian University; Ede, Netherlands)
CHECommission for Higher Education (various nations)
ChECholinesterase
CHECentre for Health Economics
CHECentre for Human Ecology (Scotland)
CHEChannel Hot Electron
CHEContinuing Health Education
CHECampaign for Homosexual Equality
CHECertified Healthcare Executive
CHECentre for Health Evidence
CHEcargo-handling equipment (US DoD)
CHECollege of Home Economics
CHEChristian Home Educators
CHEcontainer-handling equipment (US DoD)
CHECommunity Health Educator
CHECenter for Health and the Environment
CHEChannel Hot Electron Injection
CHECenter for Health Ethics (University of Missouri)
CHECercle Homo Etudiant (French homosexual student association; Belgium)
CHECenter for Health Enhancement
CHECiti Home Equity (Citimortgage)
CHECascadia Health Educators
CHECoefficient of Hydroscopic Expansion
CHECouncil for Human Ecology (Kenya)
CHECertified Home Economist
CHECentre for Home Education UK
CHECitizens for a Healthy Environment
CHECollaborative Health on the Environment
CHECertificate of Higher Education (various locations)
CHEComprehensive Health Education
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In acute poisoning, manifestations generally occur only after more than 50% of serum cholinesterase is inhibited and severity of manifestations parallels the degree of inhibition of serum cholinesterase activity.
Here, we report the screening of 1-5 against lipoxygenase, xanthine oxidase, acetyl cholinesterase, butyrl cholinesterase and protease enzymes to explore their therapeutic potentials.
Extraction and bioactivity-guided isolation/identification of cholinesterase inhibitors
Cummings, director of the Cleveland Clinic's Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, lets convenience drive the choice of which cholinesterase inhibitor to prescribe.
Reports on this cholinesterase monitoring show that the number of workers affected by cholinesterase depression have decreased in recent years.
Cholinesterase inhibitors act by blocking an enzyme that breaks down acetylcholine.
The cholinesterase inhibitor drugs increase the level of acetylcholine, which assists with memory, judgment, and other cognitive functions.
Researchers used healthcare databases to compare 19,803 community-dwelling older adults with dementia who were treated with cholinesterase inhibitors with 61,499 similar adults who were not taking the medications.
In established Alzheimer's disease, cholinesterase inhibitors statistically benefit patients with early and moderate disease and probably benefit patients with severe disease.
Because NMDA antagonists work very differently from cholinesterase inhibitors, the two types of drugs can be prescribed in combination.