Negative experiencesess, Keeps CPR Volunteers responseAlthough they are trained in CPR, people hesitate to take action if an emergency is unfolding before them. But the cause, a study has found , is confusion rather than stress.
A study conducted by several researchers surveyed 1,243 lay people in CPR training training in a clinical trial. Most of them said that they a low stress when they. David Feeny, Professor of Public Health Sciences at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, and one of the co – authors of the study. Also contributing to the study were researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, University of Washington, as well as medical personnel and health care centers.Poniard Pharmaceuticals , a biopharmaceutical company focused to oncology, announced that outcome of Phase 2 clinical survey to patients having picoplatin was to periodic small cell lung lung cancer to the 20th April 2009 print edition the Journal of Clinical Oncology . Picoplatin revealed improved survival in that open-label, multicenter Phase 2 study SCLC patients treated that previously failed a platinum -containing first-line chemotherapy and the progress in six months of first -line therapy. The median overall survival were 27 weeks and The median duration one-year overall survival was 17.6 % in this population mostly Platin refractory to and-resistant patients..
Poniard is currently evaluating the safety and efficacy of picoplatin on the phase 3 SPEAR conducted SCLC study which as part of an Special Protocol Assessment agreement with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is . ‘s long-term reached their enrollment target at this international, multicenter, randomized, controlled trial in March 2009.