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Bupropion relieves nerve pain

...ined release) is effective against nerve pain in a trail of 30 patients. Half took bupropion for six weeks, while the rest took a placebo. // After this time, they swopped treatments for the next six weeks. Seventy three per cent of the bupropion patients reported their pain was improved or even much impro...

Machines take over the battle against hospital bugs

...f the ionisers, the fact that the ionisers, in the trail phase, have produced fantastic results and have already been adopted by the St. James's University Hospital, has made these new weapons a viable option to fight hospital acquired infection....

Macular Degeneration treatment with Laser

...e. Dr. Fox concluded that after the results of the trail prove to be beneficial, it will be available more widely....

Steroid Treatment after head injury may be fatal

...08 patients in 239 hospitals from 49 countries the trail found 21% mortality rate within 2 weeks for those treated with the 48-hour methylprednisolone infusion, versus 18% among those allocated placebo (relative risk 1.18, p = 0.0001). "The relative increase in deaths due to corticosteroids did not differ...

New Flu Vaccine Can Give Lifetime Protection

...ive vaccine for flu is under pre-clinical phase of trail and make soon be available and provide lifetime protection against flu. // Flu is caused by virus and the present vaccine protects against three strains of the virus. . Flu is an extremely contagious condition and makes one feel really ill. In addit...

Enjoy Moderate Exercise and Keep Your Heart Fit

...us intensity (20 miles of jogging per week). The trail lasted for 6 to 8 months and the exercise was carried out on treadmills. As the trial was designed solely to better understand the role of exercise on health the participants were told to not change their diet habits. The For their analysis, the te...

Vietnamese Scientists Unravel Genetic Code Of Bird Flu Virus

...and proposes the use of the bird flu vaccines on a trail basis in early 2006. It has also been planned to churn out more than 20 to 50 million doses of the vaccine for use in the poultry farm next year according to the biotechnology institute's director Le Tran Binh. With such agencies involved in consta...

Herbal Medicine May Improve Blood Count In AID Patients

...tre was one of the hospital that had conducted the trail and Medical Director Prof V N Rajasekaran said that over 400 patients were tested during the trial. The advantage of taking the ayurvedic capsules along with allopathic therapy "is fantastic and encouraging, Rajasekaran claimed. He added that Whi...

Health Canada Gave Access To Unapproved Drugs To AIDS/HIV Patients.

...a personnel, Health Canada accepted for a clinical trail to be conducted using these two drugs. Due to this new way of treatment hospitals wanted a change in their patient consent forms. A Belgian based company Tibotec Inc told the hospitals that it will provide the drugs free of cost but sign a contrac...

Five AIDS Patients To Receive Experimental Anti-retroviral Drugs

...porated in the patient consent forms. The clinical trail is believed to ensure better monitoring of the five patients. A contract would soon by signed between the hospital and the drug supplier, Tibotec Inc., which has agreed to provide the drug free of cost. The drug is hoped to reach the patients in th...

Study Reveals Better Results in Patients Suffering From Depression.

...nts seem to undergo better recovery in their first trail of antidepressants. Dr. Madhukar Trivedi at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center carried out this study, which was funded by the National Institute of Mental Health ($35 million). But in the earlier times treating patients with depre...

Seroquel to Treat Depression In Case Of Bipolar Disorder

... he has supplied new information based on clinical trail that it is very effective in treating patients suffering from mental depression. Bipolar disorder is a characteristic mental imbalance in which the individual experience severe mood swings and also feels euphoric during episodes of mania and then i...

New Hepatitis B Vaccine

...is B infection across the worldwide. The initial trail of the vaccine is mainly aimed in testing the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine, but future trials will test whether it is capable of being a cure for chronic hepatitis B infection. The new vaccine includes a special booster derived from a na...

Vaccine to Impede MS Is In the Trials

...ignals that stimulate movement. A vaccine is under trail to slow down the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis. It is to be tested for the first time on U.S. patients. PharmaFrontiers, which are manufacturing the vaccine will study the drug’s effect on 100 people with MS and compare their progress w...

Inhalers for Kids Was Approved By the FDA

...e 12 years of age. Then researchers conducted a trail which showed that children 4 to 11 years of age with persistent asthma were benefited on receiving the drug over a 12-week period. The study expected the participants (children) to take Flovent HFA twice daily. When the kids taking the drug wer...

An Effective Drug Identified for Shoulder Pain

... knee pain after it showed a50% success during the trail period. At present the FDA is currently reviewing the results in shoulder pain. Chronic shoulder pain is a common problem that is very difficult to treat. According to the National Institute of Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, shoulder problems ...

Trial Of DMD Gene Therapy Initiated At Ohio

...t was with great difficulty that this gene therapy trail was possible a sit had to overcome the scientific, technical and regulatory hurdles. The gene for dystrophin was identified in 1986 by MDA-supported researchers. The transformation was very exciting from the academic institutions, where basic scie...

Drug Trial Turned Into a Terrible Nightmare

A drug trail was conducted to test the drug manufactured by German pharmaceutical company TeGenero by medical research company Parexel. // The drug TGN1412 which was designed to treat rheumatoid arthritis, leukaemia and multiple sclerosis was tested on voluntee...

WHO’s asking :Is There Light At The End Of The Tunnel In Tajikistan

...sed after the five –year civil war, and has left a trail of devastation that is calling for urgent remedy. Severoni, 42, a key contributor as a surgeon in Somalia, Sudan, Kenya, Burundi and Tanzania, and has been a witness to all the four civil wars that have ravaged these countries. Tajikistan’s hea...

Project Stop to Block the Misuse of Cold and Flu Drugs

... community from the blight of illicit drugs. The trail was previously conducted in Queensland and it was a great success. The project named as Project Stop would be effective and believes that it is only a matter of time before the Federal Government makes the system mandatory for all pharmacies. Mr Scl...

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