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Tiw (tē`o͞o), Norse
Tyr (tür), ancient Germanic god. Originally a highly revered sky god, he was later worshiped as a god of war and of athletic events. He was identified with the Roman war god Mars, and among Germanic peoples Mars' day became Tiw's day (Tuesday).
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The patient had a history of RA diagnosed 5 years before and was undergoing treatment with methotrexate (2.5 mg t.i.w.
for 3 years) and methylprednisolone (4 mg qd for 3 years) to keep her on remission.
Rebif's efficacy was demonstrated in the PRISMS trial (1998);  560 subjects were randomised to placebo and received either 22 [micro]g or 44 [micro]g of Rebif 3 times per week (t.i.w.
According to the package insert dosing schedule, the initial dose of epoetin alfa is 150 U [kg.sup.-1] t.i.w; the dose can be increased to 300 U [kg.sup.-1] t.i.w.
if there is no response after 4 weeks.