Alarm raised over preoperative hyponatremia By Eleanor McDermid, Senior medwireNews Reporter Preoperative hyponatremia is common and, when mild even, posesses risk for perioperative problems and mortality, shows a large cohort study. In a commentary accompanying the article in the Archives of Internal Medicine, Joseph Vassalotti and Erin DuPree, both from Mount Sinai Medical Center in NY, USA, caution that clinicians should not order extra preoperative checks unless really necessary, as it has been proven that few results actually affect management.Robert B. ‘Our intended customers are pediatric and adult malignancy centers which routinely administer L-asparaginase as a therapeutic drug. We have seen considerable interest from attending physicians already, governing groups, and the drug manufacturers themselves. We hope that fresh assay will gain widespread acceptance and confirm another useful tool for individual care,’ said Harris.S. Food and Drug Administration Assistance for Industry on Bioanalytical Technique Validation and based on the International Meeting on Harmonization Suggestions on Validation of Analytical Methods.
AbVitro launches PairMe Grant Challenge to provide usage of AbPair technology AbVitro Inc., an immuno-oncology discovery firm, today announced access to its AbPairTM technology by launching the PairMe Grant Problem.