The study subjects were randomly assigned for the comparison of the renoprotective effects of intermittent (Group 1, 50 patients) and continuous infusion
of furosemide (Group 2, 50 patients) in conjunction with renal doses of dopamine.
Our data confirms that use of continuous infusions
remain rare, despite increased interest and supportive evidence for continuous infusion
of time-dependent antibiotics.
Home uterine activity monitoring and continuous infusion
of terbutaline started at 24 weeks' gestation or at the first signs of increased uterine activity, defined as four to six contractions per hour.
The new pre-clinical studies presented at this meeting employed direct delivery of ALN-HTT to the striatum using implantable infusion pumps and convection-enhanced delivery (CED), or continuous infusion
under positive pressure.
Of the seven trials, five used a continuous infusion
regimen of 0.
5 mg/day (or 10 mg/day if the patient weighed more than 100 kg), or a continuous infusion
of unfractionated heparin for at least 5 days.
Dosage: A loading IV bolus dose of 2 [micro]g/kg, followed by a continuous infusion
at a dose of 0.
We aim to build upon InfuSystem's leadership position by expanding our base of oncologists and nurse oncologists around the country utilizing continuous infusion
therapy for colorectal cancer treatment.
Pump cassette infusion ot-701 in free sterile pyrogen individual packaging with antibacterial filter (device for continuous infusion
According to several medical experts, the continuous infusion
of local anesthetic drugs delivered by the pain pump into the shoulder joint should be avoided, as studies show it causes permanent irreversible damage to the shoulder.
Techniques of inserting stimulating catheters for continuous infusion
are extensively, perhaps disproportionally, covered.
5 g magnesium bolus on arriving at the hospital, and then a continuous infusion
over the next day that delivered another 16 g of magnesium.