Ray Jurgens

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Fifteen patients with previously untreated chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) were treated with oral fludarabine. Toxicities were mainly hematologic, and the response rate was 80%. To assess the effect of fludarabine on the transcription factor STAT1, blood samples obtained on study entry were treated in vitro with fludarabine for 24 h, and the majority of(More)
The maximum concentrations of phosphate that will remain soluble in a parenteral nutrient solution containing various concentrations of calcium chloride or calcium gluconate were determined. Various concentrations of sodium phosphate were mixed with FreAmine II (McGaw Laboratories), and the resulting solutions were mixed with 50% dextrose solutions(More)
The visual compatibility of 30 drug additives with total parenteral nutrient (TPN) solutions (4.25% amino acids, 25% dextrose injection) was studied. For each drug additive, three TPN solutions were mixed; two were stored for 22 hours at 4 C then allowed to equilibrate to room temperature for two hours. Two 25-ml samples from each TPN solution were examined(More)
  • Ray Jurgens
  • Canadian HIV-AIDS policy & law newsletter
  • 1997
In 1997, the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) National HIV/AIDS Program announced new measures to combat HIV transmission in the prison system. The measures include introducing methadone maintenance treatment and increasing efforts to promote HIV testing. The methadone programs will only be available to those prisoners who were in community methadone(More)
Seventeen postmenopausal subjects were randomized into this comparative study of esterified estrogen 0.625 mg (Estratab), esterified estrogen 0.625 mg plus 1.25 mg methyltestosterone (Estratest H.S.), or conjugated estrogen 0.625 mg (Premarin). Sixteen subjects completed the study in which plasma hormone concentrations of estrone and estradiol were assessed(More)