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Thyrogen - thyrotropin alfa

What is Thyrogen? Thyrogen is a powder for the preparation of a solution to be administered by injection. Each vial contains 0.9 mg of the active ingredient thyrotropin alfa. What is Thyrogen used for? Thyrogen is used in patients undergoing thyroid removal (thyroidectomy) surgery because they have cancer
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Capecitabine Medac - capecitabine

What is Capecitabine Medac - capecitabine? Capecitabine Medac is a medicine that contains the active substance capecitabine. It is available as tablets (150, 300 and 500 mg). Capecitabine Medac is a "generic" and "hybrid" medicine. This means that it is similar to a "reference medicine" but contains capecitabine in a new dosage, in addition to the existing dosages
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skin health

Xeroderma Pigmentoso

Generality Xeroderma pigmentosum is a rare hereditary genetic disease that causes abnormal and excessive sensitivity to sunlight. The causes of the disorder are related to the mutation of a gene that produces a protein essential for DNA repair. Individuals affected by xeroderma pigmentoso suffer from disorders in the skin, eyes and, in some cases, the nervous system
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physiology

Creatine kinase - Creatine phosphokinase (CK or CPK)

Generality Creatine kinase (CK) or creatine phosphokinase (CPK) is an enzyme found primarily in skeletal muscle tissue and cardiac fibers. Its main task is to "facilitate" some chemical reactions that take place physiologically in our body. More in detail, creatine kinase allows the conversion of creatine into phosphocreatine, so as to consume ATP and generate highly exploitable energy
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Levetiracetam Actavis Group

What is Levetiracetam Actavis Group? Levetiracetam Actavis Group is a medicine that contains the active substance levetiracetam. It is available as an oral solution (100 mg / ml). Levetiracetam Actavis Group is a "generic medicine". This means that Levetiracetam Actavis Group is similar to a "reference medicine" already authorized in the European Union (EU) called Keppra
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alimony

Fresh eggs

The trade in consumer eggs is regulated by a series of strict national and EU directives. The evaluation of the quality of an egg passes first of all through a careful reading of the label, on which, by law, the following indications must be reported: date of preferable consumption (for fresh eggs it is considered passed on the 28th day after laying, but the retailer must withdraw them from the market seven days before the deadline); quality and weight category; number of packaged eggs; name and company name, or the trademark of the packing center; recommendations for a correct conservation mod
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