Only in Titles

Search results for: Allows

paperclip

#   // To Up


1663 related Products with:



Related Pathways

    No related Items
paperclip

#   // To Up


2357 related Products with:



Related Pathways

    No related Items
paperclip

Error loading info... Pleas try again later.
paperclip

#   // To Up


2995 related Products with:



Related Pathways

    No related Items
paperclip

#   // To Up


1695 related Products with:



Related Pathways

    No related Items
paperclip

#   // To Up


2948 related Products with:



Related Pathways

    No related Items
paperclip

#   // To Up


1603 related Products with:



Related Pathways

    No related Items
paperclip

#33091949   2020/10/22 To Up

Massive Hemorrhage: The Role of Whole Blood Viscoelastic Assays.

Viscoelastic whole blood tests are increasingly used to guide hemostatic therapy in bleeding patients in the perioperative, trauma, and obstetric settings. Compared with standard laboratory tests of hemostasis, they have a shorter turnaround time and provide simultaneous information on various aspects of clot formation and lysis. The two available brands TEG (thromboelastography) and ROTEM (rotational thromboelastometry) provide devices that are either manually operated or fully automated. The automation allows for the assays to be used as point-of-care tests increasing their usefulness in massively bleeding patients with rapidly changing hemostatic profiles. While the number of research papers on the subject and the number of published treatment algorithms increase rapidly, the influence of the use of these devices on patient outcome needs yet to be established. In this article, we first review the technology of these devices and the parameters provided by the assays. Next, we present the problems encountered when choosing cut-off values that trigger intervention. Furthermore, we discuss the studies examining their influence on clinical outcomes, and finally, we briefly highlight some of the most important limitations and pitfalls inherent to these assays.
Emmanuelle Scala, Carlo Marcucci

1346 related Products with: Massive Hemorrhage: The Role of Whole Blood Viscoelastic Assays.

100 UG1000 assays400 assays100 assays1 ml1000 assays500ml400 assays

Related Pathways

paperclip

#33091939   2020/10/22 To Up

Congenital Aortic Vascular Ring: In-Utero Sonographic Assessment of Tracheal Patency and Postnatal Outcome.

 Congenital aortic vascular ring may present after birth with variable degrees of respiratory distress due to tracheal compression. The aim of this study was to prospectively evaluate in utero tracheal patency in correlation with postnatal outcome.
Reuven Ryszard Achiron, Eran Kassif, Yinon Gilboa, Yishay Salem, Yizhak Jakobson, Lisa Raviv-Zilka, Zvi Kivilevitch

1033 related Products with: Congenital Aortic Vascular Ring: In-Utero Sonographic Assessment of Tracheal Patency and Postnatal Outcome.

2.5 mg100ug10 mg5ug 5 G1.00 flask1 ml1,000 tests100ul1 mg500 Vials/Unit

Related Pathways

    No related Items
paperclip

#33091913   2020/10/22 To Up

Prospective Nanotechnology-Based Strategies for Enhanced Intra- and Transdermal Delivery of Antifungal Drugs.

Topical therapy of superficial fungal infections allows the prevention of systemic side effects and provides drug targeting at the site of disease. However, an appropriate drug concentration in these sites should be provided to ensure the efficacy of such local treatment. The enhancement of intra- and transdermal penetration and accumulation of antifungal drugs is an important aspect here. The present overview is focused on novel nano-based formulations served to improve antimycotic penetration through the skin. Furthermore, it summarizes various approaches towards the stimulation of drug penetration through and into the stratum corneum and hair follicles, which are considered to be promising for the future improvement of superficial antifungal therapy as providing the drug localization and prolonged storage property at the targeted area.
Ekaterina V Lengert, Ekaterina E Talnikova, Valery V Tuchin, Yulia I Svenskaya

2791 related Products with: Prospective Nanotechnology-Based Strategies for Enhanced Intra- and Transdermal Delivery of Antifungal Drugs.

96 wells (1 kit)100ug100tests 100 G100ug1 g1 mg 125 ml 10 mg1 g

Related Pathways