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Intratracheal instillation of crystalline silica induced a persistent neutrophil inflammation in rat lung.
Purpose: The aim of this phase lb/Ila study was to investigate the maximum tolerable concentration of Abnobaviscum[R] Frax-ini 20 mg for intravesical instillation in patients with superficial bladder cancer.
Patients with non-muscle-invasive recurrences after intravesical chemotherapy can benefit from BCG instillations. (42) Treatment with BCG is considered to have failed in following situations:
(13) Iatrogenic harm has been caused by physicians' continued reliance on invasive surgery and bladder instillations to treat IC--a condition with no specific definition or diagnostic marker while patients report that these invasive treatments are not beneficial for most of them.
Thirty-one patients who had undergone abdominoplasty procedures were selected for instillation of a local anaesthetic preparation, ropivacaine (Naropin, AstraZeneca) into the wound site on day 1 and 2 after surgery, followed by early mobilisation.
Normal saline instillation is used by health professionals during the treatment of intubated patients within the intensive care unit, usually to enhance sputum yield.
One might reasonably anticipate that instillation of any topical cochleotoxic agent into the middle ear would primarily affect the inner hair cells responsible for ultrahigh-frequency hearing that are closest to the round window membrane portal of entry.
Normal saline instillations before suctioning: Helpful or harmful?
Comparison of different schedules of cytostatic intravescical instillations in patients with superficial bladder carcinoma: final evaluation of a prospective multicenter study with 419 patients.
The company said that the Phase 1 study is required by the local regulatory authorities and is designed to enrol up to six patients and determine the safety and pharmacokinetics of an immediate instillation of apaziquone in the bladder following transurethral resection of bladder tumour (TURBT), followed by six weekly instillations of apaziquone in the bladder, starting week four.
Prior to treatment and after 2 or 3 rounds of intralesional instillations, apoptosis induction was determined.
The cough reflex is obtunded with occasional instillations of 2 ml of 4% lidocaine into the tube as necessary.