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15.7 % at 30 days and 16.8 % vs. 22.4 % after 90. Patients older than 80 and those with bacteremia had the lowest relative death rate associated with statins. The differences were apparent in the first weeks of hospitalization, associated with a period with a high number of deaths, pneumonia, and it increased only marginally from 30 to 90 days after admission, suggesting that statins is primarily early in the phase of the infection phase of the infection, the researchers add.. Analyzed by this projection, Reimar W. Thomsen and colleagues analyzed data from 29,900 1997 to 2004 from 1997 to 2004, admitted to hospital with pneumonia. ) 371 patients were also taking statins at the time. – The authors found that Mortality[ death] among statin users was lower than among non-users: 10.3 % vs.

New vascular Surgery workflowThis next-generation C – arm also comes with the new software, Smart vascular, the surgeon to digital subtraction angiography digital subtraction angiography at any time, without using the touch screen It automates all process steps from DSA. By roadmapping, allowing vascular procedures with minimal amounts of contrast media and shorter fluoroscopy times are scheduled.That study results: patient-reported outcomes.. Subsequent analyzes with MabThera Does continuous improvement of quality of life in rheumatoid arthritis patients.

Dates at this year American College of Rheumatology Congress point imagined in that patients who have re-treatment with MabThera / Rituxan for further improvement of achieved both in physical and mental aspects of life quality action. In addition, a higher share of patients reached a significant improvement of symptoms having a second MabThera, compared with the first course it receive. Commenting on the results, Professor Keystone, University of Toronto in, wrote Canada, In further analyzes, we could assessing what MabThera can with subsequent treatment courses patients with inadequate response and intolerant to one or several TNF inhibitors providing patients tell us.