clinical alert

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Clinical research The prepublication release of information from federally-funded research that may have an immediate effect on patient care
Medspeak A message—email, letter, etc.—that reminds a health care provider of a particular patient of management related issues germane to that person’s management
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clinical alert

Medtalk Tickler A message–electronic, snail mail, etc–that reminds a health care provider of a particular Pt, of management related issues germane to that person's management
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Global Banking News-June 17, 2019-Ampio provides regulatory and clinical update of the AP-013 trial for OA
M2 PHARMA-May 31, 2019-4D Molecular Therapeutics Presents Preclinical Data at the 6th International Update on Fabry Disease and Provides Clinical Update
The clinical update - Medicinal use of cannabis based products and cannabinoids - was published in the BMJ.
Haemochromatosis: a clinical update for the practising physician.
In conjunction, the clinical update from the company's multicentral study with the LungVision System will be presented at the American Thoracic Society Conference through 18- 23 May 2016 in San Diego during session #C110- Interventional Pulmonology: "The swiss army knife for thoracic oncology" by Michael Pritchett, MD, Moore Regional Hospital, Krish Bhadra, MD, CHI Memorial Hospital as well as Pertzov Barak, MD, Rabin Medical Center on 22 May 2018.
Propofol infusion syndrome in adults: a clinical update. Crit Care Res Pract 2015:260385.
In 2010, the IASP published a clinical update on the management of neuropathic pain that outlines first- and second-line pharmacological therapies (Attal & Finnerup, 2010).
Allolio and colleagues (1) published a clinical update on the management of ACC.
Safety reviews are planned after six and 12 subjects, respectively, have been treated with PROHEMA in the PUMA study, and the company intends to provide a clinical update following the completion of these reviews.
Highlights of the clinical update include an emphasis on new diagnostic techniques such as ultrasound, guidance for doctors on the most effective antibiotics, and an overview of abscess-draining techniques that are less invasive, less painful, and less disfiguring than conventional methods.

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