The study has just begun at Vanderbilt.

To do this, the study $ 3,000 to $ 4 million in financing needs. - 'We decided in August we have a problem that in the next few months and had to be examined for the study to be prepared patients had to enrolled from the current epidemic, it is in the early fall start had to,'said Bernard. 'There is no funding mechanism to the National Institutes of Health, or any other place I know of that could act so quickly.. The study has just begun at Vanderbilt. Both adults and children aged 13 and older, with suspected or confirmed influenza in our lives. To the ICU because of respiratory distress are eligible.

Detected.statins in reducing mortality studies H1N1investigate Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers statins, the class of drugs long associated with lowering cholesterol, as a way H1N1 H1N1 deaths.Gordon Bernard, Associate Vice - Chancellor for Research at Vanderbilt and critical care pulmonologist believes, statins flu deaths in the intensive care unit more than half more than half. - We know from a study of infection that it is not always you, that kill you, but your own response to the bacteria are able to do a fatal blow We learn that statins the immune system the immune system and attenuate.The project began with the study of the nature the interns ' working outside of opening times A review of 20,000 to clinical cases in 11 trust an two-week period last year showed in that : assistant physicians spending the majority of their may Slice the amount of time they spend on extra work her workload by up to a - time in tasks which conducted performed by another physician, and that could be conducted by a nurse, porter, or other healthcare professional ? half..

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