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cytostatic

[‚sīd·ō ′stad·ik]
(cell and molecular biology)
Inhibiting cell development.
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Successive supplies of drugs, cytostatics, dressing materials, enteral nutrition, infusion solutions, FLUID gonioscopy AND WAX BONE, including drugs covered by the Act of 12 MAJA 2011 r.
Contract award: delivery of cytostatic drugs; delivery preparation for skin disinfection.
The contract is "Supply of cytostatic drugs"; "Delivery of preparation for skin disinfection.
This study examines in detail the hospital market for spikes for use in the preparation of cytostatics in 2008 and 2009.
The first release of information from the ongoing comparative studies with different types of cytostatics in the market covers a 30 days study with combination of BP-Cx-1 and cis-platin, conducted on mice inoculated with Erlich tumor (ELT).
To simplify the selection of suitable clothing, cytostatics can be classified according to their respective barrier requirements: (a) particles; (b) water-soluble; and (c) soluble in solvents.
Contract notice: Delivery, cytostatics, preparations for nutrition, infusion fluids and other medications.
Continuous supply of cytostatic agents with monoclonal antibody - drug Bevacizumab, Trastuzumab and a protein kinase inhibitor Erlotinib hydrochoricum for hospital pharmacies Na Homolce Hospital for 48 months.
Contract notice: Delivery of cytostatic drugs; delivery preparation for skin disinfection.