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SIRO Clinpharm Completes Successful Implementation of Oracle Life Sciences Application Suite

...rting System 4.6 (AERS), Oracle Clinical 4.5.3 (OC), Remote Data Capture 4.5.3 (RDC) and Thesaurus Management System 4.6 (TMS). SIRO plans to roll out the OLSAS to its European operations soon to have the system working in all geographies in which the company has operations. About SIRO ...

The Injured Obese Child: Let's Give Him Some Ankle Support

...gency medicine physician and lead author of the study. "Because obese patients have an increased body mass and force, they are more likely to twist or roll on a lower extremity and cause injury than the non-obese children. Other injuries that the patients experienced were fractures and lacerations." ...

First Swiss Patients Treated with the Percutaneous MitraClip(R) System

...E Mark in September 2008. The company is employing a direct sales strategy and is taking a disciplined and measured approach to the initial commercial roll out. The company has worked closely with hospitals to deliver high quality training programs in preparation for the first series of implants. The Mitr...

Mayo Clinic Seeks New Therapies for Alcoholic Hepatitis

...nd die, says Dr. Shah. Mayo Clinic's Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology has been ranked #1 in the U.S. News & World Report Honor roll of Top Hospitals since the rankings began 18 years ago. For more information on liver disease and alcoholic hepatitis, please visit http://w...

Valopicitabine Combined with Standard of Care Cleared Hepatitis C Virus in 72% of Patients Who Completed 12 Weeks of Treatment in a Phase II Trial

...interferon/ribavirin. All of the discontinuations occurred in the triple combination arm (arm B). At the end of 12 weeks, patients were permitted to roll over to pegylated interferon plus ribavirin for up to 48 weeks of total treatment; all eligible patients elected to do so. "These results support ou...

An Investigational Study Released at ADA Showed that Initial Combination Therapy with Januvia (sitagliptin) and Metformin Led to Improvement in Markers of Beta Cell Function in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

...ersation Map was developed and reviewed by the ADA and the program was launched in June at the ADA 67th Annual Scientific Sessions in Chicago and will roll out throughout the U.S. in 2007. Every day, more than 4,000 people in the United States are newly diagnosed with diabetes, yet 58 percent of patients ...
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