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CareHere's Electronic Medication System Proves 100 Percent Effective in Response to Recall

NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a recall of a widely used heart medication last month, CareHere's proprietary medication tracking system allowed the company to instantly generate a list of all patients taking the medication. For...

New Study Proves Multiple Births From IVF Can Be Avoided

Recent Research by Shady Grove Fertility Center Proves that elective Single Embryo Transfer is Effective in Reducing Multiple Births. ROCKVILLE, Md., Feb. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As fertility experts across the nation bemoan the health risk and expense of multiple births such as the octu...

US Testing Proves Glyc'n Go(TM) Increases NO in the Blood Stream

COMMACK, N.Y., Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- In recent controlled studies conducted by Dr. Richard Bloomer, University of Memphis , scientists found that the patented ingredient in Glyc'n Go(TM), GlycoCarn(R), is the first and only proven ingredient to increase levels of nitric oxide (NO) in the body; t...

Leukemia Drug Proves Safe and Effective Over the Long Term

WASHINGTON, Nov. 7, /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The drug imatinib mesylate, more commonly known as Gleevec(R), proves safe and effective over the long term in patients with an advanced form of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML), according to a study prepublished online in Blood, the official journa...

Groundbreaking Study Proves Personalized Diet Based on Genetics Leads to Significant Advances in Long Term Weight Management and Blood Glucose Levels

BOULDER, Colo., Oct. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Sciona, Inc., a leader in the science of nutrigenetics, today announced the results of a pivotal study published by Nutrition Journal, which demonstrates substantial advances in long term weight management and blood glucose levels as a result of personal...

New Study Proves That Minimally Invasive Aneurysm Treatment Yields Successful Long-Term Results

Findings Represent Strongest Support for Coiling Since Groundbreaking 2002 Trial DANA POINT, Calif., Aug. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- A new study reveals that coiling, a minimally invasive procedure to treat aneurysms in the brain, is successful in preventing recurrent or ...

Infant Formula Company Teams With the University of Virginia Pediatrics Department to Conduct Clinical Studies

...trictly regulated by the Food and Drug Administration and must be backed by comprehensive growth and development studies," said Dr. Sutphen. "Our work proves there is no physiological reason why you can't switch from one brand of infant formula to another that shares the same protein source, which means sto...

Methadone Frequently Causes Menopausal Symptoms in Young Women

...dehydroepiandrosterone, DHEA, hormone deficiencies, caused by opiate pain medication. Clinical research by Florida Detox and Wellness Institute proves many methadone dependent patients were self medicating pre-existing attention deficit disorders, anxiety and depression, with opiate pain pills. Many...

Another Study Links Fluoride to Bone Cancer

...ntration was found to be significantly higher in patients with osteosarcoma as compared to the other two groups," writes Randhu's team. "(T)his report proves a link between raised fluoride levels in serum and osteosarcoma," they write. This reinforces a 2006 published Harvard study by Bassin showing ...

CEL-SCI Corporation Releases Letter to Shareholders

...l outcome of the Dendreon study gives the cancer immunotherapy field the needed validation to attract new money to the space. The success of Dendreon proves that it is possible to harness the human immune system against a patient's own cancer. Geert Kersten, CEO of CEL-SCI said, "We believe that the...

Study Demonstrates that AHCC(R) Enhances Immune System by Increasing the Production of Key Dendritic Cells

... proves significance of AHCC for maintaining a healthy immune system PURCHASE, N.Y., Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- A recently published study in Nutrition and ...

FDA Approves Bayer HealthCare's Kogenate(R) FS Treatment for Routine Prophylaxis in Children with Hemophilia A

...National Hemophilia Foundation. "Bayer HealthCare's pursuit of this approval shows leadership and commitment to providing the scientific evidence that proves the benefits of prophylactic use for joint health in pediatric hemophilia patients." This U.S. FDA approval may positively affect the prophylactic u...

Study Demonstrates That AHCC(R) Provides Immune Enhancement Against the West Nile Virus

... proves promising for individuals living with West Nile Virus and populations susceptible such as the elderly or immune compromised PURCHASE, N.Y., Sept. ...

Deer Farm Industry in Michigan Issues Statement on the Negative CWD Test Results at Kent County Deer Farm

...w with any degree of certainty the disease's origins and if it is likely spread through farms, free ranging deer or carcass transportation and nothing proves this more than the recent incident. The fact that the disease did not spread to other deer on the farm challenges almost everything anyone knows about...

NewCardio Announces Positive Results From Third Clinical Validation Study

... Test validates QTinno(TM) - proves the ability to automatically measure QT intervals in even challenging samples SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --...

Pediatric Study Finds 21st Century Non-Contact Thermometer as Accurate as Conventional Thermometers

...r, is pleased to announce the results of a clinical study conducted by the Second Children's Clinic of the University of Milan, in Milan, Italy, which proves that the Thermofocus(R) measures body temperature in infants and children accurately and safely, and also produces results comparable with conventiona...

Sahajanand Medical Technologies PAINT Trial Results Support Safety and Efficacy of the Infinnium and Supralimus Stents

...Medical Technologies, shared the enthusiasm. "The results of the PAINT trial truly add to the interventional community learning about DESs, it clearly proves that the biodegradable polymer used by SMT is effective and safe vehicle for DES and seems to work efficiently irrespective of the type of drugs. Both...

Got Fat?: Plastic Surgeons Review Fat-Melting and Fat-Grafting Procedures

...n and Research Foundation (ASERF), co-sponsor of Hot Topics with the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation (PSEF). "Every year the Hot Topics seminar proves to be one of the most popular sessions, so this year we there will be two Hot Topics programs - one at the beginning of the Meeting and one at the end...

PharmAthene's Recombinant Butyrylcholinesterase (rBChE) May Play A Neuroprotective Role in Alzheimer's Disease

...rse effects resulting from the administration of Protexia, unexpected funding delays, unforeseen safety issues, unexpected determination that Protexia proves not to be effective or capable of being marketed as a product, as well as risks detailed from time to time in PharmAthene's public disclosure filings ...

Controversial Shoulder Surgery for First-time Dislocation Proven Effective Long-Term

...who had eight further dislocations, all of which occurred during athletic activity, for a failure rate of 10 percent long-term. "Certainly our study proves that for this group of patients, young, athletic cadets unable to modify their activity level, arthroscopic surgery for first-time dislocations is suc...

Viatronix V3D-Colon Utilized in 'Another' Landmark Study

...isconsin by Pickhardt et al., and concluded that the results support the use of CTC as a primary screening test before therapeutic OC. This once again proves that CTC screening with the Viatronix V3D-Colon is a safe, clinically effective, and cost-effective technique for colon cancer screening About Viatro...

Microlife's Home Blood Pressure Monitors Proven Accurate Even for Critical Patients

...m my first choice when recommending a home monitor to my patients. I am confident that my patients are getting accurate results at home and this study proves it, even in very critical patients with End Stage Renal Disease, where measurement can be difficult." Microlife is a global company and the world lea...

Federal Funding Awarded to Test Antimicrobial Properties of Copper Metals

...SAMRMC), and implemented by Advanced Technology Institute (ATI). Recent peer-reviewed research conducted at the University of Southampton in the U.K. proves copper, brass and bronze can quickly and efficiently eradicate several different pathogens which are the source of many hospital- acquired infections,...

Successful Human Clinical Trial of Chrono Therapeutic's Drug/Device Combination Product - ChronoDose

... Trial Convincingly proves Functionality in Humans of CTI's Programmable, Pulsatile, Passive Transdermal Drug Delivery Device - ChronoDose BASEL, Switzerland and TRENTON, N.J.,...

Low-Density Cholesterol Subfractions: Not all LDL-C Particles are Created Equal

... the primary drug of choice) is unsuccessful, the NCEP recommends combining treatments, and referring the patient to a lipid specialist if this tactic proves unsuccessful. As cholesterol testing evolves, new guidelines, studies and common practice are moving toward more specific, specialized testing that id...
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