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References Data on File at Boston Scientific by Dr. Krishna Rocha – Singh Presented at ISET,Wall Street Journal Examines cost-cutting practice of reusing some productsThe Wall Street Journal on Wednesday examined efforts by some U.S. Hospitals to decrease health care costs by reduced recycling certain medical devices for single use only for single use. According to the magazine, the practice is legal as long as hospitals follows FDA for reprocessing devices used like scissors, clinical scrubs and sharp blades by surgeons to cut through bones. – But the Journal reported that the process ‘the the delivery devices to clean the reprocessing plants and examined sterilized for reuse , has raised concerns about the safety.

It is developed the only FDA-approved renal support additional support additional proximal end. ‘The approval of the Express SD Stent for renal indications provides physicians with an on-label stenting option for use with PTRA in certain patients with renal disease,’Krishna Rocha – Singh, of Prairie Cardiovascular Heart Institute, said in Springfield, Illinois.. In Boston Scientific’s Express SD Renal Stent System Boston Scientific Corporation announced that the U.S. Has Food and Drug Administration Express SD Renal Monorail admitted premounted stent system for use as an additive for PTRA in specific lesions of the renal arteries.The NDA would to Luvox CR Company expects approval the treatment of obsessions and obsessive actions to patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder and for treatment to social anxiety disorder . Luvox CR is a extended-release wording fluvoxamine maleate a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor inhibitor.

Jazz Pharmaceuticals today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is for review of the submission of complete response from Solvay Pharmaceuticals, at the FDA accepts recommendation for approval of Luvox CR Extended – release capsule. Of PDUFA promotion date 22 December 2007.

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