antianemia

antianemia

(ˌæntɪəˈniːmɪə)
adj
acting against anemia
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In the first week of September, Savino travels back in time with its 5th Retro party in a collaboration with the Larnaca-Famagusta Antianemia Foundation.
A total of ten child-specific formulations covering common therapeutic classes [Table 1], that is, antibiotics (cotrimoxazole suspension, amoxicillin + clavulanic acid suspension, gentamicin injection, and azithromycin syrup), antipyretic-analgesic (paracetamol suspension and ibuprofen suspension), antiemetics (ondansetron syrup/suspension), antianemia (ferrous salt drops), antidiarrhea (oral rehydration solution [ORS, for 1 L]), and vitamin A were selected.
It was used as an aphrodisiac, improved productive performance in broiler, antimicrobial, antianemia, hemorrhagic, anticoagulant, antihyperlipidemic, antihepatotoxic, and laxative [32, 33].
While Enrile spends for his medicines for hypertension, diabetes, elevated cholesterol, vertigo, blood thinners, antianemia injectables and multivitamins, it is the PNP that spends for his stay in the hospital, including the 2-D echo procedure, which, according to Sindac, is covered by expenses for police operations for the arrest or custody of detainees.
Kharchenko, "Immunocorrecting, antianemia, and adaptogenic effects of polysaccharides from Melilotus officinalis," Biulleten Eksperimentalnoi Biologii i Meditsiny, vol.
The exclusion criteria were as follows: (1) the patients who have immunologic deficiency or primary diseases of the liver, kidney, or blood system, (2) the patients who are pregnant, (3) the patients who are allergic to this drug ingredients, and (4) the patients who took the antianemia drugs in the last two months.
A recent controlled trial found that in patients with renal failure that had not yet progressed to the point of requiring dialysis, treatment with an antianemia drug (i.e., a drug that stimulates erythropoiesis) doubled the risk of stroke, when compared with placebo.
In addition, the regulatory agency say the fake antianemia drug is contaminated with bacteria.
The current antianemia prescription includes Epoetin alfa (80,000 Units a week) and maintenance IV iron.
Prior Law: Medicare is the principal purchaser of erythropoietin (EPO), an antianemia drug given to ESRD beneficiaries receiving dialysis who have a specified red blood cell count.
Sindac said Enrile was taking medicines for hypertension, diabetes, elevated cholesterol, vertigo, blood thinners, antianemia injectibles and multivitamins.