nitric oxide gas


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nitric oxide gas

A toxic gas administered in very small concentrations during mechanical ventilation to treat persistent pulmonary hypertension.
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This new application brings years of work with nitric oxide gas for antimicrobial uses to the clinical forefront," added Dr.
since April and plans to ask Japan's Health and Welfare Ministry to approve the use of nitric oxide gas in medical supplies by the end of this month, the two companies said.
Nitric oxide gas will be one of the medical gases that will be generated along with various combinations of beneficial medical gases suitable for the control of human disease.
On contact with water, the groups produce and release nitric oxide gas.
The body's immune system uses nitric oxide gas in its natural state as its first line of defense against viruses and bacteria.
After nine sickle-cell patients breathed a mixture of air and nitric oxide gas for 45 minutes and then gave blood samples, their abnormal hemoglobin bound to oxygen almost as tightly as normal hemoglobin does, the team first reported in the September 1997 JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION (SN: 9/20/97, p.
GeNO will provide stand-alone medical devices and combination products that include delivery systems and GeNO's nitric oxide gas.
Inhalation of nitric oxide gas may reverse the defect behind sickle-cell anemia, according to a preliminary report.
today announced that it has introduced an FDA-listed nitric oxide gas product (NO-Diff (TM) Nitric Oxide 800 ppm Lung Diffusion Mixture) for use in membrane diffusing capacity (DLNO) testing in pulmonary function laboratories in the U.