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subcutaneous

Med situated, used, or introduced beneath the skin
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A Phase III claim-support study evaluating subcutaneously administered reslizumab in patients with oral corticosteroid (OCS)-dependent asthma did not meet its primary endpoint of reduction in daily OCS dose.
She was injected omalizumab 300mg subcutaneously and up for side effects, immediate within 24 hours followed for changes in ISS from baseline.
Executive Vice President of R&D and Chief Medical Officer at Alnylam said, This Phase 1 OLE study brings us one step closer to our goal of providing a safe, subcutaneously administered, long-acting option for hemostasis management to people with hemophilia and other rare bleeding disorders.
In the control group, saline was injected subcutaneously during the first three days and CPP was done uninterruptedly with subcutaneous 5 mg/kg effective dose.
wt subcutaneously along with Amitraz, following which complete cure was seen in one and half months.
Exenatide is injected subcutaneously within 60 minutes before morning and evening meals, or before the two main meals of the day, about 6 hours or more apart.
Injected subcutaneously, the ink changes color in response to glucose content in the skin.
Sumavel DosePro uses the novel, proprietary DosePro drug delivery system to subcutaneously administer sumatriptan, a medication that has been used to treat migraines effectively and safely for over fifteen years, but without many of the issues associated with needle delivery.
To exclude possible B-CLL propagating effects, we analysed the in vitro reactions of cultured peripheral blood B-CLL cells from patients receiving VA-E subcutaneously.
Of those, 811 received omalizumab and 778 received placebo administered subcutaneously every 2 or 4 weeks.
Persons who mistakenly received the meningococcal conjugate vaccine (Menactra) subcutaneously rather than intramuscularly were nonetheless sufficiently protected, according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The company believes the coats enables implanted cells to survive subcutaneously and controls glucose levels in patients with type 1 diabetes, resulting in near normal hemoglobin A1c levels without the need for life-long immunosuppression.