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EPOErythropoietin (endurance drug)
EPOEuropean Patent Office
EPOEvening Primrose Oil
EPOePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee)
EPOEmergency Power Off
EPOEntwicklungspolitik Online
EPOEducation and Public Outreach (office)
EPOExclusive Provider Organization
EPOEuropean Patent Organisation
EPOEsperanto (ISO Language Code)
EPOEastern Pacific Ocean
EPOElement Project Office
EPOEntry Point Obscuring
EPOEnterprise Performance Optimization
EPOElectronic Policy Orchestrator
EPOEosinophil Peroxidase
EPOEarly Payoff
EPOEmergency Protective Order
EPOEvansville Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEpidemiology Program Office (US CDC)
EPOEnvironmental Planning Officer (Falkland Islands)
EPOEconomic Policy Office
EPOEngineering Process Outsourcing
EPOEmergency Preparedness Office
EPOEnterprise Profit Optimization (Manugistics Group, Inc.)
EPOEnvironmental, Population and Organismic (various schools)
EPOExtruded Polyolefin (styrofoam)
EPOEnvironmental Protection Operations (Canada)
EPOEnvironmental Protection Order
EPOEducation Process Outsourcing
EPOElectronic Purchase Order
EPOExpanded Polyolefin (structural composites foam material)
EPOEducation Programs Office
EPOEarthnet Programme Office
EPOEnterprise Program Office (project management)
EPOEmployee Process Outsourcing
EPOElliniki Podosfairiki Omospondia (Greek Football Federation)
EPOEtobicoke Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEnvironmental Protection Organization
EPOEngineering Petty Officer (US Coast Guard)
EPOError Performance Objectives
EPOExamination Procedure Outline
EPOEstuarine Programs Office
EPOEuropean Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEnlisted Programs Officer (US DoD)
EPOElectronic Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEastern Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEngine Propeller Order
EPOEquivalent Phase Object
EPOErie Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEOS Project Office
EPOEnd-Point-Object
EPOEuropean Postman Organisation
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Based on application, the erythropoietin drugs market is segmented into end-stage renal disease, cancer, HIV, and wounds and neural disease.
Technavio's report, Erythropoietin Market in Japan 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
Erythropoietin [beta] was administered several times a week until target Hb levels were achieved, followed by the reduction in dosing interval (once a week or once in two weeks) if the investigator assed that the target level of Hb would not be compromised by this dosing schedule.
Major Finding: In cirrhotic and noncirrhotic patients treated with boceprevir, pegylated interferon alfa-2b, and ribavirin, 57% of patients with cirrhosis and anemia treated with a ribavirin dose reduction had a sustained virologic response, compared with 64% of those treated with erythropoietin.
Accepted practice in a majority of dialysis centres in the early history of erythropoietin replacement therapy had determined that Eprex be delivered intravenously three times a week during the thrice-weekly HD schedule via easy access to this venous line (Besarab et al, 1992).
Androgens, although potentially effective in increasing production of erythropoietin, historically played a small role in the management of anemia of ESRD prior to the introduction of ESAs.
Keywords: Iron deficiency anaemia, Erythropoietin, Iron sucrose, Blood transfusion (JPMA 61 :998; 2011).
Erythropoietin protects cardiac myocytes from hypoxia-induced apoptosis through an Akt-dependent pathway.
Epogen[R] and Procrit[R] are two human erythropoietin products available in the US.
The erythropoiesis stimulating effects of erythropoietin
Goldwasser and his associates purified from this gift a few milligrams of human erythropoietin, the first isolation of the human protein and a key step on the path toward cloning the gene.
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