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Novel "CYCLOSPORINE CAPSULE FORMULATION" to be launched

...company SangStat expects to launch significantly smaller cyclosporine capsule in Europe. The new cyclosporine capsule is significantly smaller than any cyclosporine capsule currently on the market. "The replacement of our current capsule fili...

Arthroscopy for Ankles

...ver the years, arthroscopy instruments have become smaller and techniques improved. Arthroscopy has a number of benefits compared with conventional surgery in treating damaged ankles, including eliminating the need for large incisions. "To do anything in a joint requires that you are able to get in there, s...

Blocked viens block eye sight

...d, you get a build up in blood pressure in all the smaller veins" says Forrester, an opthalmologist at the University of Aberdeen. The pressure makes the small veins rupture and leak, flooding the inner cavity of the eye with blood because of the blockage, blood cant flow into the eye, so the cells in the r...

Protective effects of tomatoes in prostate cancer

... weeks prior to surgery.Those who were treated had smaller tumors and tumors that were more likely to remain confined to the prostate, as well as lower levels of prostate specific antigen or PSA in serum, a common marker used to detect prostate cancer. Dr. Edward Giovannucci, professor of Medicine at Harva...

Big and Bright

A new study shows that smaller babies tend to have lower IQs.While the difference... have lower IQ test scores at school age - and the smaller the babies at birth, the larger the IQ deficit. The new study showed the association between b...

Tea Tales

... than a cup of orange juice while providing a far smaller intake of sugar and calories. Black tea has a biochemical oxidation of 60- 90 minutes as a result of this it has other polyphenols such as thearubigins and theaflavins which are very powerful antioxidants....

New FDA Approved Drug NATRECOR For Heart Failure Patients

...in another study group of 498 patients with a much smaller dose. This time, low blood pressure struck only about 4 percent of patients. So the FDA approved an injection containing the lower Natrecor dose. Studies showed patients could breathe better as blood circulation and lung congestion improved with Na...

Silicon eye implants

...study.The microsurgery starts with three incisions smaller than the diameter of a needle in the white part of the eye.through these incisions the gel in the middle part of the eye is removed and is replaced with saline solution.Then the surgeons make a pinpoint opening in the retina to inject fluid in order ...

Avoid stress to have strong babies

...anxiety during pregnancy could cause women to have smaller babies, researchers have discovered. They believe the effect is caused by reduced blood flow through the arteries that feed the uterus. Doctors from the Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital in London studied 200 expectant mothers. They found preg...

Zinc supplements improve survival rate

...iseases. The research involved 1,154 full-term but smaller than normal babies born in New Delhi, India, most weighing 5 1/2 pounds or less. Mothers fed them supplements containing zinc or minerals for nine months. Fifteen of the 20 who died had not been receiving zinc supplements. The findings follow prev...

Lancing tumours into the body

...ations any time soon, he thinks that nanobots even smaller than this could have a distinct advantage....

Older Men Surviving Coronary Bypasses

...ficant. Pell suspects this was probably due to the smaller number of procedures performed on women. "The main improvement has been in cardiac surgery, with the increased use of arterial grafts, particularly internal mammary artery grafts," says Pell. "We know that the use of these grafts has increased over...

Sun Pharma to launch chiral version of omeprazole soon

...ing side-effects. Isolation of benefits results in smaller dosages with lesser side-effects. SUN Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd is to launch a chiral version of the anti-ulcerant drug omeprazole - ‘es-omeprazole’ - within this month. The chiral version of molecule is a derivative with lesser side-effects// a...

Tea can prevent aging

... than a cup of orange juice while providing a far smaller intake of sugar and calories. Black tea has a biochemical oxidation of 60- 90 minutes as a result of this it has other polyphenols such as thearubigins and theaflavins which are very powerful antioxidants and prevents the process of aging....

Further support for use of statins in Alzheimer’s disease

...ect people from Alzheimer's disease. An earlier, smaller study had suggested these drugs might offer some protection against Alzheimer's disease. Green and his colleagues decided to do a large study that included 988 people with Alzheimer's disease and 1,669 healthy family members, who acted as controls. T...

Relationship bertween birth weight and IQ

A new study shows that smaller babies tend to have lower IQs.While the difference... have lower IQ test scores at school age - and the smaller the babies at birth, the larger the IQ deficit. The new study showed the association between b...

Artificial silicon retina

...study.The microsurgery starts with three incisions smaller than the diameter of a needle in the white part of the eye.through these incisions the gel in the middle part of the eye is removed and is replaced with saline solution.Then the surgeons make a pinpoint opening in the retina to inject fluid in order ...

Compressed DNA aids gene patients

...s across - 25 millionths of a millimetre - is much smaller than a liposome, and should be able to pass into the nucleus of a cell through pores in its surface, say the scientists. In cells in a test tube, the tiny DNA packets appeared to be as much as 6,000 times more effective at getting their genes working...

Hypertension drugs could lower Disability

... 8.1 pounds. Continuous ACE inhibitor users had a smaller loss in walking speed -- sixth-tenths of an inch per second compared with intermittent users of ACE inhibitors at 5.3 inches per second, 6.1 inches per second for intermittent users of other antihypertensive drugs and 7 inches per second for non-user...

Caffeine reduces infant blood flow

...stinal track. Based on results, doctors recommend smaller doses of caffeine to treat apnea, rather than larger doses like those used in the study. However, smaller doses may not be sufficient to decrease the number of apneas in infants. If this frequency remains h...

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