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Multiple Types of Heart Attacks Reduced by Prasugrel in TRITON-TIMI 38 Trial

... Non-procedure-related heart attacks included spontaneous heart attacks, which could be differentiated from ... definition, included: Type 1: spontaneous heart attack caused by a primary coronary event, ... analysis showed: The rate of spontaneous heart attacks (Type 1) was 2.5 percent in ...

ThromboGenics - Business Update and Interim Results for the Seven Month Period Ending 30 June 2007

... microplasmin was well-tolerated and can induce spontaneous PVD without the need of suction at all before vitrectomy. The ability to achieve spontaneous PVD was most evident at the lowest dose (25μg) ... could facilitate the induction of PVD or induce spontaneous PVD may be able to relieve the traction ...

Greenway Medical Technologies To Display Live Interoperability Implementations at 2009 DIA Show

... integrating the processes and workflows of electronic data capture (EDC), spontaneous adverse event (AE) reporting and EHRs such as Prime Suite (R). ... Greenway also allows for the capabilities of the ASTER (Adverse Drug Event spontaneous Triggered Electronic Reporting) study, which enhances pharmacovigilance ...

New Recombinant XYNTHA Now Available for Patients with Hemophilia A

... Hemophilia A is a rare, inherited blood-clotting disorder characterized by spontaneous hemorrhages or prolonged bleeding, typically into joints and soft tissue. ... and for short-term routine prophylaxis to reduce the frequency of spontaneous bleeding episodes in patients with hemophilia A. The effect of regular ...

Empire Genomics and Reprogenetics Join Forces to Improve Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)

... Techniques Could Lead to Improved Overall Pre-natal Screening for spontaneous Pregnancies as well as PGD with In Vitro Fertilization - BUFFALO, N.Y., ... as improve the pregnancy outcome for patients undergoing IVF by reducing spontaneous abortions and genetically affected conceptions," said Santiago Munne, ....

Microbia and Forest Laboratories Announce Linaclotide Co-Development and Co-Marketing Collaboration

... 2 trials, linaclotide improved bowel function as measured by both complete spontaneous bowel movements and spontaneous bowel movements in patients with CC and IBS-C. Linaclotide is currently ...

ThromboGenics NV: Business Update

... Thrombosis (DVT) following orthopaedic surgery. TB-402, which is given as a single injection post surgery, could overcome the major drawbacks such as spontaneous bleeding and the need for extensive patient monitoring associated with current anti-coagulant therapy. Patient recruitment for this trial is ...

'Adipose-derived' Stem Cells Could Help Traumatic Brain Injury Patients, Says Bio-Matrix Scientific Group's, Entest BioMedical Inc. Researcher

... approach to reverse the initial brain damage caused by trauma," stated Dr. Lin. "Brain cells or neurons have limited ability for self-repair and spontaneous axonal regeneration. Extensive studies have been focusing on novel therapeutic strategies for traumatic brain injury. In my opinion, ...

First Multiple Dose Clinical Trial of TorreyPines Therapeutics' Oral Compound NGX426 Demonstrates Compound Is Safe and Well-Tolerated

... including a capsaicin-induced pain model. In December 2008, TorreyPines announced that NGX426 demonstrated a statistically significant reduction in spontaneous pain, hyperalgesia (abnormally increased pain state) and allodynia (pain resulting from normally non-painful stimuli to the skin) compared to placebo ...

Accidental discovery has potential for new applications in packaging

... improve barrier properties of polymers. "To find something as unexpectedly as we did is the kick you get out of exploring," Hiltner said. This spontaneous organization of a polymer melt into large (in terms of length and width), nearly perfect, so-called single crystals has not been observed before this ...

Domain walls that conduct electricity

... a preferred orientation of positive-negative electric charge. In ferroelastic materials "shape-memory" alloys, for example stress can cause a spontaneous change in orientation or crystal structure that can flip back again. A multiferroic material may have regions, separated by domain walls, where one ...

Cracking a tough nut for the semiconductor industry

... plugged into a new fracture mechanics model that predicts not only the fracture toughness but also another key value, the critical film thickness for spontaneous fracture. Using this methodology, device manufacturers will be able to eliminate some candidate interconnect dielectric films from consideration ...

Positive Study Results for Ceftaroline Phase III Clinical Study for the Treatment of Complicated Skin and Skin Structure Infections Presented at ICAAC / IDSA

... Staphylococcus aureus (DNSSA) (Poster C1-162). To be presented at ICAAC / IDSA 2008. 7. Hinshaw RR, Schaadt RD, Murray B, et al. spontaneous mutation frequency and serial passage resistance development studies with ceftaroline (CPT) (Poster C1-185). To be presented at ICAAC / IDSA 2008. ...

Bio-Pharma Industry Improves Patient Outcomes Through Continuing Medical Education (CME)

... -- CME investment budgets for Europe -- CME investment staffing for North America -- CME investment staffing for Europe -- Mix of planned versus spontaneous CME investment -- Functional responsibility for CME -- Mix of CME delivery in North America (company directed versus 3rd party, etc.) -- Mix ...

Allied Healthcare Launches First of Line of Ventilators Designed to Meet Demands of Mass Casualty Incidents

... air breathed in and out) settings of 200 to 1200 milliliters and eight to 20 breaths per minute, oxygen mixing capability, breath-assist function for spontaneous breathing, full array of audible and visual safety alarms and a rechargeable battery with a three-year shelf life, Dabrowski said. The MCV100 meets ...

CSL Behring's Innovative HeliTrax(SM) System Helps Physicians Manage Hemophilia A Patients

... by Bayer HealthCare LLC for CSL Behring LLC. About Hemophilia Hemophilia is an inherited bleeding disorder characterized by prolonged or spontaneous bleeding, especially into the muscles, joints, or internal organs. About 17,000 Americans have hemophilia. The disease is caused by deficient or ...

Real-time observation of the DNA-repair mechanism

... For the first time, researchers at Delft University of Technology have witnessed the spontaneous repair of damage to DNA molecules in real time. They observed this at the level of a single DNA molecule. Insight into this type of repair mechanism ...

ThromboGenics N.V. - Business Update

... fibrillation. It is a novel human antibody that partially blocks Factor VIII, an essential blood clotting factor. The implication of this is that spontaneous bleeding events, which are a potential unwanted side effect if Factor VIII is completely inhibited, should not occur. Hence, there would be no need ...

New Study Raises Questions About Prostate Cancer Therapies Targeting Insulin-Like Growth Factor Receptor

... they conducted a second experiment by crossing mice carrying the prostate-specific IGF-1R knockout alleles with transgenic mice that develop spontaneous prostate cancer when p53 and select other genes are compromised. The results were as predicted: Prostate epithelial-specific deletion of IGF-1R ...

Significant Reductions in Mortality and Cardiovascular Events Shown Using Blood Pressure-Lowering Treatment in Those Aged 80 and Over

... blood vessel. High blood pressure increases the likelihood of damage to the lining of the blood vessel, which in turn leads to an increased chance of spontaneous clot formation within the blood vessel. - The over 80s are the fastest growing group in the population worldwide - in the UK currently they account ...

Transplanted cells may hold the key to curing hemophilia A, Einstein scientists report

... appears online February 14 in the Journal of Clinical Investigation. Hemophilia A affects one in 10,000 males and is characterized by recurrent, spontaneous bleeding that can cause disability or death. It has, most famously, affected British and Russian nobility, along with countless others. The Einstein ...

ThromboGenics Presents Results of the Phase I Trial of TB-402 at the Prestigious American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting

... weeks enables it to produce a stable and long-acting inhibition. This indicates well-controlled inhibition of Factor VIII activity with low risk of spontaneous bleeding, thus avoiding the possibility of overdose and the need for patient monitoring. These unique features may be of major clinical ...

MIT: Leveraging learning for artificial respiration

... paralysis. We have intrinsic nonassociative learning capabilities, called habituation and desensitization, that [can] make up for changes in the spontaneous rhythm due to artificial lung inflation, says Poon. In tests of rats under artificial respiration, Poon found that, if using a suitable rhythm, ...

MIT: Leveraging learning for artificial respiration

... paralysis. We have intrinsic nonassociative learning capabilities, called habituation and desensitization, that [can] make up for changes in the spontaneous rhythm due to artificial lung inflation, says Poon. In tests of rats under artificial respiration, Poon found that, if using a suitable rhythm, ...

Big Blue Rodent Cell Cultures for Mutagenesis Studies

... kinase mutant; the chromosome number is polyploid. The spontaneous mutant frequency of this cell line is approximately 3.7 x 10 5 ... as in the genome of the transgenic mice. This cell line exhibits a spontaneous mutant frequency of approximately 9.28 x 10 5 . The Big Blue cell ...

Sonic Foundry Facilitates Nursing Education

... allow the presenter to know the types of questions viewers have while they are presenting. DiMaria said the messaging function lets professors be spontaneous in their lectures and review a concept when there are questions. During the presentation, the device indexes and archives the content so that it ...

Hal Leonard and MakeMusic Make SmartMusic

... exercises. It feature Intelligent Accompaniment technology that listens to musicians sing or play through a microphone and follows their spontaneous tempo changes. Students using Essential Elements will have free access to SmartMusic accompaniments for the first half of the book's songs and ...

FLIPR Calcium 3 Assay Kit Datasheet

... the FLIPR Calcium 3 Assay Kit provides an improvement in signal strength and data quality over previous methods. The assay protocol results in fewer spontaneous calcium fluxes and unresponsive cells. When compared with the standard FLUO-3AM dye incubation-and-wash procedure, assay signal intensity ...

Th1 and Th2 Balance, Regulation, and Involvement in Disease

... The fetus is also analogous to an allograft and Th2 or Treg responses are thought to be protective, while Th1 responses may lead to resorption or spontaneous abortion. ...

Isolation of Low Molecular Weight Digestion Products of the Human Platelet Thromboxane A2 Receptor, Rev A

... production of the natural ligand, TXA 2 , may lead to enhanced platelet aggregatory activity, predisposing an individual to spontaneous platelet aggregation, followed by thrombus formation. Attempts to develop specific antagonists to block the TXA 2 receptor ...

RT-PCR Primers for the Study of Apoptosis

... of the Fas system have been identified; such regulation characterizes Fas-mediated diseases. In certain animal disease models, such as the mouse spontaneous mutations lpr (lymphoproliferation), the expression of Fas is decreased. A similar observation is also seen in human Systemic Lupus Erythematosus ...
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