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P I Polimeni et al.
Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology, 14(3), 374-380 (1989-09-01)
The acute hemodynamic effects of an intravenously (i.v.) injected poly(ethylene oxide), Polyox WSR N-60K (dose 50 mg/kg), were studied in the open-chest rat anesthetized with sodium pentobarbital. The injectate is one of four drag-reducing polymers known to augment in vitro
I L Konorova et al.
Patologicheskaia fiziologiia i eksperimental'naia terapiia, (4)(4), 7-9 (1991-07-01)
The search for antiaggregatory compounds is undertaken, as a rule, under in vitro conditions which do not reflect the dynamics of the real process. The present work deals with study of the peculiarities of the development of the collagen induced
Shih-Heng Chen et al.
International journal of molecular sciences, 20(7) (2019-04-04)
Peritendinous adhesion is a major complication after tendon injury and the subsequent repairs or reconstructions. The degree of adhesion can be reduced by the interposition of a membranous barrier between the traumatized tendon and the surrounding tissue. In the present
M Patel Geeta et al.
Current drug delivery, 6(2), 159-165 (2009-05-20)
Carbamazepine indicated for the control of epilepsy, undergoes extensive hepatic first-pass metabolism after oral administration. A vaginal dosage form of carbamazepine is not commercially available. Conventional suppository having poor retention in the vaginal tract, as they are removed in a
D D Smyth et al.
Cardiovascular drugs and therapy, 4(1), 297-300 (1990-02-01)
Previous studies have demonstrated that Separan AP-30, a drag-reducing polymer, significantly decreased the formation of atherosclerotic plaques in rabbits fed a high-cholesterol diet. Furthermore, Separan AP-273, a polymer similar to but longer than Separan AP-30, markedly increased cardiac output in
Daniel O'Brien et al.
Biomedical microdevices, 21(3), 53-53 (2019-06-17)
The biocompatible and biodegradable polymer poly(glycerol sebacate), or PGS, is a rubber-like material that finds use in several biomedical applications. PGS is often cast into a mold to form desired structures; alternatively, blending PGS with other reinforcing polymers produces viscous
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