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Sex Survey Reveals That Most People Want Sex Thrice a Week

The biggest ever global sex survey, wherein a staggering 27,000 people, aged 18-30, expressed their saucy desires, has revealed that people want to have intercourse thrice a week. Half of the people surveyed, including both sexes, said that they wanted regular sex throughout the week. ...

Plans To Computerise NHS, Costs Thrice

Programs and schemes initiated to computerize NHS with £20 billion is becoming late than scheduled by about two and half years//. ‘Plans were begun previous year to make the medical records electronically for 50 million NHS patients, but this will not still be started until 2007 or 2008’ – says...

Overnight Dialysis Saves Lives: Study

...tassium and urea, is the most common means of fluid removal intervention for kidney-failure patients. Most patients who undergo dialysis do so on a thrice weekly schedule for between three to five hours per treatment, according to the U.S. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases....

NxStage Applauds Array of Studies To Be Presented at American Society of Nephrology Meeting

...potensive episodes by 86% (TH-PO604, 11/6, 10:00 AM). -- "Differences in Hemodynamic Parameters and CV Markers between Patients Undergoing thrice Weekly or More Frequent HD." Bhupinder Virk of Satellite Healthcare concludes that home daily hemodialysis patients appear to have less volu...

Satellite Healthcare Will Present at the American Society of Nephrology's Renal Week – Booth 527 : November 4-9, 2008

...hawan, MD; Sheila Doss, RN & John Moran, MB, BS Differences in Cardiovascular Markers and Hemodynamic Parameters between Patients Undergoing thrice Weekly or More Frequent HD presented by Bhupinder Virk, MD; Sheila Doss, RN; John Moran, MB, BS; Brigitte Schiller, MD Efficacy of IV Ferumoxyto...

Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst announces $5M TETF investment in UTHSC-H trauma research

...to develop intelligent trauma management systems that will provide clinicians with real time information on changes in critically injured patients. thrice recognized by the U.S. Armys Greatest Invention Program, Holcomb was honored for the combat application tourniquet, the Chitosan Hemostatic Dressing a...

FDA Warns Against Buying of Counterfeit Drug Through Internet

...use the drug though both help to lose weight. Both the drugs interaction profile is different. Sibutramine has to be administered once and the xenical thrice in a day. It seemed that both the drugs are combined to form anew drug which is highly dangerous. There is lot of risks involved in buying and...

FDA Warns Against Buying of Counterfeit Drug Through Internet

...use the drug though both help to lose weight. Both the drugs interaction profile is different. Sibutramine has to be administered once and the xenical thrice in a day. It seemed that both the drugs are combined to form anew drug which is highly dangerous. There is lot of risks involved in buying and c...

Tai Chi Augments Immune Response Against Shingles

...ears are vulnerable to shingles attack. For this research Irwin and his colleagues studied 112 senior citizens who had attended tai chi classes thrice a week for sixteen weeks and other who took up some kind of health classes. Shingle vaccine had been administered to people from both the groups. When...

Tuberculosis, A Challenge To The Political Will Of Governments, Says Veteran Crusader

... TB-patients, it is inconceivable that any dent has been made anywhere." He notes that the very idea of making the TB patients visit the clinics thrice a week for treatment and collect medicines under the DOTS is almost outrageous. For how many can afford to trek to the nearest clinic that many times ...
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Medgenics' Phase I/II Clinical Trial Now Shows EPODURE Continuous Anemia Treatment Lasting 5 Months in Kidney Disease Patients

...his period. One of the patients received his last EPO injection more than 200 days ago. This is contrasted with the FDA approved standard regimen of thrice weekly EPO injections, in which typical patients would expect to receive up to 85 injections in this timeframe. A total of 7 patients have now ...

Prospective Model Outlined Potential Time and Cost Savings of Once-Monthly Anemia Treatment

...ril 23, 2007 /PRNewswire/ -- An activity-based cost analysis demonstrated that if a renal anemia treatment administered once every four weeks replaced thrice weekly administration of epoetin alfa, hemodialysis centers may save an estimated 802 nursing hours and more than $44,000 per year per 100 patients. T...
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Keryx Biopharmaceuticals Reports Positive Phase 2 Study Results of Zerenex (Ferric Citrate) for the Treatment of Hyperphosphatemia in End-Stage Renal Disease Patients

...enex (ferric citrate) for the treatment of elevated serum phosphorous levels, or hyperphosphatemia, in patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) on thrice weekly hemodialysis. The study was a multicenter, open-label clinical trial, which enrolled 55 patients. The primary objective of this study was to a...

Aethlon Medical Announces Data Supported Strategy to Increase Hepatitis-C (HCV) Cure Rates

...reatment studies, the Hemopurifier(R) inhibited the progression of HCV infection in ESRD patients when included during dialysis treatment administered thrice weekly for four-hours. The studies were conducted at the Fortis Hospital in Delhi, India. About Hepatitis-C Virus HCV is a leading cause of ...
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