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Ards

a district of Northern Ireland, in Co. Down. Pop.: 74 369 (2003 est.). Area: 368 sq. km (142 sq. miles)
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Presently, Discovery is developing proprietary pharmaceuticals to treat direct ARDS, MAS, idiopathic respiratory distress syndrome (IRDS), postmenopausal osteoporosis and cystic fibrosis.
The Company's research and drug development programs involve both acute and chronic conditions such as ARDS, acute pancreatitis, asthma, hemorrhagic shock, ischemic stroke, erectile dysfunction, multiple sclerosis, myocardial infarction and psoriasis.
The clinical trial enrolled 12 adult ARDS patients to determine the safety and tolerability of the company's proprietary lavage procedure incorporating Surfaxin(tm).
The Phase IB clinical trial is designed to enroll 12 ARDS patients and determine the safety and tolerability of a bronchoscopic lavage procedure incorporating Surfaxin(TM).
They described ARDS as the 'acute onset of tachypnoea, hypoxaemia and loss of compliance after a variety of stimuli'.
Now, a recent study investigates the effects of a new steroid treatment on children suffering from ARDS.
Purpose : ASDP M&E is conducted on the basis of national agricultural data collected through improvement of ARDS.
Much of the history of ARDS is military related, and possibly the first detailed description of what we know today to be ARDS was published in 1915 by a physician who served in the Canadian Forces.
The expression acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) emerged from the American-European Consensus Conference on ARDS in 1994.
ARDS still languish at the foot of the table following this narrow defeat at Ballyskeagh.
In addition, CR014 has in vivo efficacy and potency in a mouse-model of ARDS.
ARDS couldn't maintain the winning record of Ulster clubs in AIL finals at Lansdowne Road, gifting Greystones the third division decider.