We identified 34 patients who met eligibility criteria based on the chart review. Two subjects were excluded because they were found to have diabetes requiring insulin therapy, 1 was excluded because of hypothyroidism, and 13 were excluded because they did not undergo gastric bypass surgery or did not wish to participate. A final study sample of 18 individuals (15 women) was enrolled into the protocol. We had 3 individuals who did not complete the 6‐month follow‐up visit; the sample that completed both visits consisted of 15 individuals (12 women). No subjects were excluded because of peri‐operative complications. Table 1 displays the characteristics of the study sample at baseline and 6 months after surgery. From baseline to 6 months after surgery, subjects had a mean decrease of 27% in body mass index (P<0.0001). There were significant reductions in mean arterial blood pressure (P=0.004) and heart rate (P<0.001) after surgery. Only 2 out of 18 subjects were on any class of anti‐hypertensive medications at the pre‐op visit before gastric bypass surgery. At the 6‐month visit, anti‐hypertensive medication was discontinued for one of these subjects, and continued at the same dose for the other subject. The mean±SD volume of saline infusion pre‐bypass was 2.6±0.4 L and post‐bypass was 2.3±0.3 L.
CJC 1295 can be compounded in two forms (DAC and non-DAC). Drug affinity complex (DAC) prevents enzymatic degradation thus increasing the half-life. Consequently CJC 1295-DAC can be dosed as a single weekly injection. Administration of CJC 1295-DAC provides a GHRH-like stimulation around the clock. A potential drawback when using a weekly protocol can be attributed to ineffective GHRH stimulation when the body is due for a GH spike (usually 1:00am). This is referred to as a GH-bleed and the overall result is inferior to using CJC 1295-NON-DAC daily for 5 days out of 7. Therefore using CJC 1295-NON-DAC daily (between 6-8pm) provides a more effective GH spike at 1:00am.
Ryan also brings up a good point to bring up the fact that GHRH receptors are typically not desensitized with higher dosing but again not much accomplished with CJC-1295, ,MOD GRF 1-29 where we know the 100mcg is a saturation dose. on the other hand we can desensitize the GHRP receptor if we start increasing the dosing significantly above the saturation dosing of 100mcg. I think you are fine at a 150 mcg dosing but again how much more benefit are you really getting.
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A total of 18 patients (3.6%) reported at least one SAE. The distribution of SAEs was similar among all treatment groups (Table 2). The most common SAEs reported were in the injury, poisoning and procedural complications body system class (6 patients, 1.2%). The others were general disorders and administration site conditions (2 patients; 0.4%), infections and infestations (2 patients; 0.4%), musculo-skeletal and connective tissue disorders (2 patients; 0.4%), and vascular disorders (2 patients; 0.4%).
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