- pancreatic vein,
- pancreaticoduodenal artery,
- pancreaticoduodenal vein,
Origin of pancreatin
Examples from the Web for pancreatin
Among these are tablets consisting simply of pepsin and pancreatin.
A demonstration of tryptic activity in a mixture containing both pepsin and pancreatin is of merely theoretical interest.
Since pepsin and pancreatin interact only when in solution, it is quite possible to prepare tablets which contain these ferments.
While it may be useful when there is a deficiency of pancreatin and gastric secretion, it should be used alone.
The enzyme, pancreatin, is the active ingredient, and may be prepared from the intestines of the pig.Leather|K. J. Adcock