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Fractionated tritium-labelled heparin studied in vitro and in vivo.
Tritium-labelled commercially prepared porcine mucosal Heparin was fractionated by chromatography on Sephadex G-200 and yielded a higher and longer lasting anticoagulant activity than the whole heparin. Expand
THE EFFECT OF ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES ON FIBRIN‐CLOT STABILIZATION *
- J. Shanberge, K. Tanaka, M. Gruhl, R. Ikemori, K. Inoshita
- Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
- 1 December 1972
Clots formed from normal young adult females are more stable than those from males, but those formed from females taking contraceptive medication are significantly morestable than those of males or females not on contraceptives. Expand
Chronic consumption coagulopathy due to hemangiomatous transformation of the spleen.
The normal architecture of the spleen was found to be almost completely replaced by benign neoplastic vascular structures of various sizes, many of which contained platelet or fibrin thrombi. Expand
Solubility fo fibrin clots in monochloroacetic acid. A reflection of serum pepsinogen levels.
- R. Ikemori, M. Gruhl, S. Shrivastava, J. Shanberge
- Chemistry, Medicine
- American journal of clinical pathology
Because of the low pH of monochloroacetic acid the pepsinogen is activated and the clots are digested, simulating the dispersion of a fibrin clot which occurs in the absence offibrin-stabilizing factor (factor XIII). Expand
Obstetric quality assurance to reduce maternal and fetal mortality in Kano and Kaduna State hospitals in Nigeria
- H. Galadanci, W. Künzel, O. Shittu, R. Zinser, M. Gruhl, Stefanie Adams
- International journal of gynaecology and…
- 1 July 2011
A quality assurance project in obstetrics in 10 hospitals in northern Nigeria was established to improve maternal and fetal outcome and to achieve Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5. Expand
Obstetric Quality Assurance to Reduce Maternal and Fetal Mortality in Kano and Kaduna State Hospitals in Nigeria
A Comparison of Factor VIII Activity in Cryoprecipitates Prepared from ACD and CPD Plasma
- J. Shanberge, M. Gruhl, R. Ikemori, K. Inoshita, M. K. Chalos, R. Aster
- Chemistry, Medicine
- 1 July 1972
The data indicate that if CPD plasma collected from donors having above a certain minimum per cent activity were used for cryoprecipitate production, one could be assured of having a minimum of 100 units of Factor VIII activity per bag. Expand
Studies with High and Low Molecular Weight Tritium-Labelled Heparin in Vivo and in Vitro
Experiences of 6 years quality assurance in obstetrics in Nigeria – a critical review of results and obstacles
- H. Galadanci, W. Künzel, R. Zinser, O. Shittu, Stefanie Adams, M. Gruhl
- Journal of perinatal medicine
- 1 April 2016
Quality assurance in rural hospitals generates the awareness necessary to improve maternal health and lead to reduction of MMR in 19 general hospitals in Nigeria. Expand
[Therapeutic experiences with Nortensin in the therapy of hypertension due to pregnancy].