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Rohlfs: Very nice talk. How much of your effect can be explained by fluid shifts? Baldwin: Well, as far as ultrastructural studies are concerned, we have injected the same volume, 5 ml, of substance which is isotonic with plasma, and we don't get anything like these ultrastructural differences. We've also done experiments where we've injected 5 ml which is not isosmotic with plasma, just without any albumin in it, and we don't find any differences between those two. Blood Substitutes & the Intestinal Microcirculation 35 Rohlfs: We've found that the pegylated hemoglobin brings a lot of water with it.
The timing of the studies largely depends upon the needs of the recipients of the study results. For example, studies conducted during early clinical trials may guide the development process, including market plans. Studies conducted during Phase III may be used for pricing and formulary decisions and may form the basis for initial clinical and prescribing guidelines. Effectiveness data, versus original efficacy data, collected during Phase IV clinical trials, may be used to update prior study results.
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