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Screening of inborn errors of metabolism by Tandem Mass Spectrometry is to be done for newborns in the NICU/SNCU on the advice of the treating doctor
Data was collected as inborn or outborn, admission, sex, gestational age, weight for gestation, referral centre, age at presentation, indications for admission, duration of hospitalisation, complications encountered, procedures done during hospitalisation and outcome.
by Times News Service Shonal is a fast learner with an inborn talent.
Food and Drug Administration has granted Orphan Drug Designation to SYNB1618, Synlogic's preclinical-stage drug candidate for the treatment of phenylketonuria , an inborn error of metabolism caused by a mutation in the gene that breaks down the amino acid phenylalanine.
Dipharma has strengthened its pipeline of improved formulations for the treatment of patients suffering from inborn errors of metabolism.
KARACHI -- Inborn errors of metabolism are inherited disorders, transmitted from parents to off-springs and lead to mental retardation, impaired quality of life, expiries at early age and many other complications.
The report provides value, in millions of US dollars within market segments - Acquired Gene or Chromosome Alterations, Inborn Gene or Chromosome Alterations and Other Genetic Tests.
Chapters are organized by general system pathology, including techniques, chromosomal abnormalities, inborn errors of metabolism, congenital disorders, pediatric forensic pathology, and transplant pathology, then organ system.
Talking to a representative delegation of South Waziristan tribal elders led by Habib Ullah Khan at Governor's House on Monday, the Governor said that indeed tribal people have practically proved their inborn love for the motherland.
stone wall; the mind warns itself that love is not inborn so bends
Decorating talented artists and literati with awards will inspire other people to contribute to their respective fields through their skill and inborn talent.