antihemophilic factor

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Synonyms for antihemophilic factor

a coagulation factor (trade name Hemofil) whose absence is associated with hemophilia A

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The emergency department (ED) has a pivotal role in the initial care of patients with AHF. Equipped with comprehensive diagnostic techniques and trained health-care providers, the ED can offer open access and expeditious management for AHF patients.
The RELAX-AHF-2 trial indicated that the product did not achieve its primary endpoints of reduction in cardiovascular death up to day 180 or decreased declining heart failure up to day five when added to standard therapy in patients with AHF. The phase III event-driven, multicentre, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial evaluated the efficacy, safety and tolerability of serelaxin when added to standard of care in patients with AHF.
(6,7) Briefly, between 14 February and 14 November 2012 we recruited males and females aged > 18 years old with a diagnosis of AHF. We recorded demographic data, co-morbidities, risk factors, clinical presentation and investigations including troponin and B-type natriuretic peptide (BNP), medication history with dosages, interventions, in-hospital outcome, etiology, and precipitating factors for AHF.
The steps for the induction were initiated during a visit to Bahrain by AHF CEO and FIH-head of international relations, Tayyab Ikram, who met with Bahrain Olympic Committee (BOC) officials and presented an invitation to the Bahrain Hockey Association (BHA), the only recognised hockey body in the kingdom, to become a member of the FIH and AHF.
Neglected hypertension, although relatively easy to treat, is a frequent source of AHF. The problem in rural African communities in SSA is that hypertension is seldom diagnosed and appropriate therapy is seldom instituted, so that a crisis is likely to occur after years of neglect.
AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) filed a lawsuit in California against pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries (J&J) alleging that the companies have failed to fully satisfy their obligations with respect to the drugs they sold to AHF over a period of many years, under the 340B Program, a Federal drug discount program designed to stretch scarce Federal resources as far as possible for safety net healthcare providers such as AHF. The J&J Companies include Johnson & Johnson, Janssen Therapeutics and Janssen Biotech.
The upcoming Asian championship is expected to feature up to 14 squads, with the final number soon to be confirmed by the AHF.
Disagreement amongst blacks themselves about the novel might just a few decades ago have been explained as the "talented tenth" versus the less educated "culturally deprived masses," except that in this case those of the black intelligentsia have joined with the multitude criticizing AHF.