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Desire Collen, ThromboGenics' CEO, commenting on the announcement, said: "I am pleased that we are continuing to expand our clinical development program in the field of acute stroke.
Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis in the Eastern Hemisphere.
Researchers conducted a case-control study using records for 40 patients (cases) who had been hospitalized with acute jaundice during late May and early June and 80 randomly selected controls.
Many people who have HAPE also have acute mountain sickness or HACE.
Both the ADARC and Boston researchers have implemented treatment interruptions in their study protocols involving patients treated during acute infection (within days of symptoms) or early infection (usually within several months of symptoms).
[4] Supraglottitis is often more acute in children than in adults, and systemic toxicity and the risk of airway obstruction are more common in children.
Sometimes, fungal infections can cause acute sinusitis.
Flannery: "Case managers from the acute care hospital make contact with post-acute care case managers at the point where patients differ from the clinical pathways.
Acute pancreatitis usually begins with pain in the upper abdomen, that may last for a few days.
The newly approved monoclonal antibody, caled OKT3, attacks T cells, a subset of which can cause acute rejection of the kidney.
Acute pulmonary histoplasmosis is a disease caused by Histoplasma capsulatum (HC), a dimorphic fungus commonly found in the United States in soil along the Mississippi and Ohio river valleys (Deepe 2000).
The coronavirus that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS-CoV) is a new human pathogen for which a vaccine may be urgently required should a new outbreak occur.