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EPO

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On the other hand, there is an increased mortality rate with recombinant human EPO treatment in stroke patients due to the toxicity of the high dose of EPO, this toxicity may partially result from increased hematocrit (Hct)-associated side effects, such as hypertension and thromboembolism.
Till yet a total of 66 units have been sealed by EPA in Peshawar district over non-compliance of EPO.
Out of which 07marble units were found in compliance of EPOs and 37
Europe led the global EPO drug market in 2013 closely followed by North America
EPO is a glycoprotein hormone that can increase the proliferation and differentiation of BFU/CFU-E and maturation of red blood cells.
Four other languages will also be added: Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Russian; and after an agreement is reached (or possibly as soon as the process is initiated) with the US, China and Japan, the EPO database will broaden to include these partners also.
The new findings of this study urge to scrutinize present indications for EPO, and so help to better delineate positive versus adversary health effects of EPO for each patient," said Peter Rasmussen, Ph.
In this review, we assess the evidence supporting EPO as a general tissue protective drug and discuss the potential mechanisms by which it may achieve this general effect.
2007); however, the liver, brain, and uterus also produce and secrete EPO (Maiese et al.
The EPO stated that under Article 53(a) of the EPC, inventions whose commercial exploitation is against ordre public or morality are excluded.
The Republic of Macedonia has ratified the European Patent Convention and it became a member of EPO on 1 January year 2009.