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desmopressin

 [des″mo-pres´in]
a synthetic analogue of vasopressin, used as an antidiuretic in central diabetes insipidus and in primary nocturnal enuresis, and as an antihemorrhagic in hemophilia a and von willebrand's disease.

des·mo·pres·sin

(des'mō-pres'in),
An analogue of vasopressin (antidiuretic hormone, ADH) with powerful antidiuretic activity.

desmopressin

/des·mo·pres·sin/ (des″mo-pres´in) a synthetic analogue of vasopressin, used as the acetate salt as an antidiuretic in central diabetes insipidus and in primary nocturnal enuresis, and as an antihemorrhagic in hemophilia A and von Willebrand's disease.

des·mo·pres·sin

(des'mō-pres'in)
An analogue of vasopressin (antidiuretic hormone, ADH) possessing powerful antidiuretic activity.

desmopressin

A drug used in the treatment of DIABETES INSIPIDUS. Desmopressin, or DDAVP, is a long-acting analogue of the natural pituitary hormone vasopressin, which is deficient in this condition. The drug is given in a nasal spray or in the form of nose drops. The drug is on the WHO official list. Brand names are DDAVP, Desmospray and Desmotabs.

Desmopressin (DDAVP)

A drug used in the treatment of von Willebrand's disease.

desmopressin

a synthetic analog of 8-arginine vasopressin; the acetate (DDAVP) is used for antidiuretic replacement therapy in the management of central diabetes insipidus and for the temporary polyuria and polydipsia associated with trauma to or surgery in the pituitary region.
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Factor dosing based on severity of bleed and type of bleeding disorder Hemophilia A (factor Hemophilia B (factor IX VIII deficiency) deficiency) Mild bleed 15 units/kg 30 units/kg (30% correction) (30% correction) Moderate bleed 25 units/kg 50 units/kg (50% correction) (50% correction) BeneFIX 70 units/kg (50% correction) Severe bleed 50 units/kg 100 units/kg (100% correction) (100% correction) BeneFIX 120 units/kg (100% correction) Hemophilia A (factor VonWillebrand Disease VIII deficiency) Mild bleed 15 units/kg Stimate nasal spray (30% correction) <50kg, 1 spray (150mcg) >50kg, 2 sprays (300mcg) OR IV DDAVP 0.
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66) Baratotti [Tarabotti], 137 (addressing Venetian noblemen): "Se stimate, che 'l numero grande desse figliuole pregiudichino alla region di stato, poiche se si maritassero tutte troppo crescerebbe la Nobilta e s'impoverirebbono le case, con lo sborso di tante doti, pigliate la compagnia che vi e state destinata da Dio senza avidita di danari.
7) Bruno, Cabala II, 715-16: dice Onorio, ex-asino, ora uomo, "io privo de l'ergastulo corporeo dovenni vagante spirto senza membra; e venni a considerare come io, secondo la spiritual sustanza, non ero differente in geno ne in specie da tutti gli altri spiriti che dalla dissoluzione de altri animali e composti corpi transmigravano; e viddi come la Parca non solamente nel geno delia materia corporale fa indifferente il corpo dell'uomo da quel de l'asino, et il corpo de gli animali dal corpo di cose stimate senz'anima, ma ancora nel geno della materia spirituale fa rimaner indifferente l'anima asinina da l'umana, e l'anima che constituisce gli detti animali, da quella che si trova in tutte le cose.
A violin by Jan Kudanowski, labelled and dated: "Jan Kudanowski fecit Birmingham, 1780" made pounds 1,265 (e stimate pounds 1,200-pounds 1,600).