end-stage


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end-stage

(ĕnd′stāj′)
adj.
Of or relating to the final phase of a terminal disease.

end-stage

The final phase of a disease process.
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The latest research was led by a group of academics from the University College Cork in Ireland and focused on the association between preeclampsia and the risk of end-stage kidney disease.
We will work closely with the FDA and InCHOIR to generate the confirmatory clinical data needed for full marketing approval of Revascor in the prevention of this life-threatening inflammatory complication of an LVAD implant in end-stage heart failure patients.'
''Patients with the end-stage renal disease currently on management in all the dialysis units in Nigeria are less than 2,000,'' Bamgboye said.
BEIRUT: The American University of Beirut Medical Center announced Tuesday that the first lung transplant surgery performed in Lebanon was successful, providing a new lease on life to a 42-year-old female patient who had end-stage lung disease.
Ocdol, President of the Philippine Society of Nephrology, said they fully share the view on the need for more organ donors for the ever-increasing number of Filipinos suffering from end-stage organ failure.
Older patients with end-stage liver disease and their healthcare providers should be aware of these findings.
"Among patients with end-stage kidney disease on hemodialysis, PPIs, and not histamine-2 receptor antagonists, were associated with hip fracture events," the authors write.
In the US alone, there are more than 440,000 patients with End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) who are surviving on hemodialysis.
Mesoblast is conducting Phase 3 and Phase 2b clinical trials in patients with moderate-to-severe and end-stage advanced chronic heart failure (CHF), respectively.
* Delay or prevent disease progression to end-stage HF and terminal cardiac events (TCE), defined as death, left ventricular assist device (LVAD) implantation, or cardiac transplant.
The inquest into his death, at Teesside Coroner's Court, heard that Mr Pearson suffered from a number of conditions including epilepsy and diabetes but had died as a result of end-stage liver failure.