blocking agent

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to commercialize a series of proprietary neuromuscular blocking agents that may benefit patients and the medical community, said Dr.
Neuromuscular blocking agents are most common agents leading to anaphylaxis perioperatively.
Regarding pediatric arrhythmia, Eisai has received approval of additional indications for pediatric patients for Tambocor Tablets in May 2010, and for the calcium channel blocking agents Vasolan Tablets 40 mg and Vasolan for intravenous injection 5 mg in May 2011.
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Thus, a series of experiments were set up to measure the rate of evolution of the blocking agent that was used in the polyester-based can coating system.
Because of the potential effects of beta-adrenergic blocking agents on blood pressure and pulse, these agents should be used with caution in patients with cerebrovascular insufficiency.
123) The Manual later deems "inhumane" the use of "any combination of sodium pentobarbital with a neuromuscular blocking agent.
When her coworker said vecuronium, she removed the neuromuscular blocking agent from the cabinet and gave the patient an unknown quantity from the 10 mg vial.
Furnishings--"Greener, non-fugitive blocking agent for flexible polyurethane foam," Jane G.
The commercial ferritin reagent from Olympus does contain normal rabbit serum to minimize these interferences, but this is not a sufficiently specific blocking agent for the interfering heterophilic antibodies we identified.
Source: "Potassium Iodide as a Thyroid Blocking Agent in Radiation Emergencies," www.
Activated lactoferrin becomes a microbial blocking agent that interferes with microbial adhesion and colonization.
If a specific antibody probe is to be applied, the matrix should first be incubated with a blocking agent to saturate all remaining protein binding sites, which will prevent the nonspecific binding of the protein/antibody probe.
New research has found that the tiny shoots of sprouting broccoli contain a powerful blocking agent known as sulforaphane and sinigrin.
Phenol was first used as the blocking agent to cap the isocyanate groups of component A.