The Phase 2b MATRIX clinical trial is a prospective, randomized, double – blind, placebo – controlled trial Excellarate for the potential treatment of chronic diabetic foot ulcers. The clinical study will safety and efficacy of safety and efficacy of key measures , including complete wound closure, time to wound closure, evaluate absolute and %age change in ulcer area, and wound healing trajectories at various time points, as well as a wide range of other safety and comparative healing metrics that will be used to develop a phase 3 clinical study.
Copyright 2009 Cardium Therapeutics, Inc. All rights reserved.Cardium Therapeutics and Generx ) are trademarks of Cardium Therapeutics,Tissue Repair , Gene Activated Matrix , GAM , Excellarate and Osteorate are trademarks of tissue Repair Company.Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.Source: Cardium TherapeuticsCardium Therapeutics announced that the Company’s enrolled in the Company’s MATRIX clinical study now its initial 12-week trial period is complete and that it is planning to provide detailed safety and efficacy data provide end September 2009.Fourthly, was to Family reviews exposures linked over the WTC attack that indicate a probable psychiatric disorder even stronger than a direct imaging. The authors suspect few children can from greater emotional impact a family member a is of immediately exposed to self to experience. – The fifth major finding was including goes to school in near the site which connected near the site of the attack lower rates the probable mental disorder was the authors write. This slightly surprising discovery possibly through any set of elements, how global attention to her situation explained will be rose, social support, and by the fact that the pupils were in the ground zero region school the recipients of considerable mental health assistance immediate after the 11th September, ..
Post-traumatic school children to 11th SeptemberFor six months following 11 on the World Trade on the World Trade Center, a high proportion of from New York City school children one or more likely anxiety / depression after article in the May issue of the Journal of Psychiatry, one of the JAMA / Archives journals.