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Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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The device is a non-medical intervention that alleviates the symptoms of poor peripheral circulation and neuropathy, including foot pain, burning, cramping, and tingling.
TG-0054 is a potent and selective inhibitor for the binding of the chemokine cell-surface receptor CXCR4 to its ligand SDF-1 and efficiently mobilizes stem cells (CD34+) and endothelial progenitor cells (CD133+) from bone marrow into peripheral circulation in a mouse model.
TG-0054 rapidly mobilizes stem cells and progenitor cells from the bone marrow into peripheral circulation.
Joyner's research focuses on human cardiovascular control, specifically how the peripheral circulation and autonomic reflexes adapt and respond to mental and physical stress.
In this capacity, he has served as a co-investigator in numerous clinical trials assessing new techniques and devices in the coronary, carotid and peripheral circulation as well as structural heart disease.
It turns out that the macrophages in these two organs are quite important in removing old red blood cells from the peripheral circulation.
Over the course of the next 13 to 16 months the researchers demonstrated clone-derived blood cells in the peripheral circulation, bone marrow, and lymph nodes.
This trial is not conclusive nor should it in any way detract from ginkgo's reputation as a useful dietary supplement to help support and improve cognitive function and enhance peripheral circulation -- conditions for which it has been reported to be effective in numerous clinical trials," reminded Blumenthal.
Dimera plans to further optimize our success in demonstrating the virtues of our advanced transdermal strategy that we have extensively documented in primates to greatly extend normal function in the peripheral circulation.
Physio's innovative products provide continuous non-invasive monitoring for pulse oximetry, core temperature, brain activity, and peripheral circulation.
In extreme cases, severe hypovolemia can lead to hypovolemic shock as peripheral circulation shuts down to preserve central circulation in an attempt to maintain the heart, brain and kidney functions.
The value of measuring compromised peripheral circulation in cases of hemorrhagic or septic shock has not yet been established.

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