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Multiple Myeloma Mechanism of Action
 
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Find out more about Visual Storytelling: http://www.cast-pharma.com/pharma-biotech-marketing-solutions/?ref=yt Introducing the mechanism of action of a new blockbuster compound The product launch of compounds promising blockbuster sales need to be especially carefully prepared. High-quality 3D animation films about the mechanism of disease and the mechanism of action provide internal target groups with exact information about indication, market situation and the different modes of action. To read the full case study, click here: http://www.cast-pharma.com/portfolio/multiple-myeloma-moa/?ref=yt
Views: 14551 CAST PHARMA
ATOPICA® (cyclosporine capsules) USP MODIFIED Mode of Action
 
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See video to learn about Atopica’s Mode of Action. To learn more, go to atopica.com/dogs/veterinary. Canine atopic dermatitis is an inflammatory disease that causes a dog’s skin to become inflamed and itchy. ATOPICA, used in the control of canine atopic dermatitis, accumulates in the skin. Its principal action is to suppress T cell activation and cytokine production at the site of inflammation. The overall effect of ATOPICA is a reduction in the number and activity of pro-inflammatory cells, helping stop the inflammation before it starts by targeting cells that initiate the allergic response¹. 1.Forsythe P, Paterson S., 2014. Ciclosporin 10 years on: indications and efficacy. Veterinary Record Focus 172. 2: 13 –21 ATOPICA is indicated for the control of atopic dermatitis in dogs weighing at least 4 pounds. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Do not use Atopica in dogs with a history of neoplasia, with a hypersensitivity to cyclosporine, or in reproducing dogs. Atopica is a systemic immunosuppressant that may increase susceptibility to infection and development of neoplasia. For use only in dogs. Capsules should not be broken or opened. Wear gloves during administration and wash hands after administration. Gastrointestinal problems and gingival hyperplasia may occur at the initial dose. Safety and effectiveness has not been established in dogs less than 6 months or 4 lbs. Use with caution in dogs with diabetes mellitus or renal insufficiency, and with drugs that affect the P-450 pathway. Killed vaccines are recommended. The most common adverse events are vomiting and diarrhea. Please see the product insert for full prescribing information. http://bit.ly/2HWD7Jb USCAHATO00083
Views: 818 ElancoAnimalHealth
US WorldMeds’ Product--Mechanism of Action
 
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http://www.amerra.com. This mechanism of action medical animation shows Botulinum B toxin, a neurotoxin produced by Clostridium botulinum, spore-forming anaerobic bacillus. It cleaves synaptic Vesicle Association Membrane Protein (VAMP; synaptobrevin) which is a component of the protein complex responsible for docking and fusion of the synaptic vesicle to the presynaptic membrane.
Views: 45166 AmerraMedical
CineMilled PRO Ring "Jib Mode" in action ! (Behind the scenes)
 
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Get more info, see all the option and order today at https://cinemilled.com/product-category/pro-ring-system/ Take a look behind the scenes of our recent trailer to see just how we got those amazing shots with our gimbal using our CineMilled PRO-Ring system in "Jib mode" allowing us to track our subject going from low to high seamlessly. This is the best tool out there giving YOU the operator a massive range of motion, along with fluid ease of use. Parts needed: Cinemilled PRO-Ring optional 30" tubes Ring "spindles" Ready Rig GS (gimbal support system) and the Clamp kit and mounting plate for your gimbal. We make mounting plates for DJI Ronin, Ronin-M, Ronin-MX, Freefly MōVI, Tilta Gravity. In stock and shipping worldwide daily!!
Iodosorb◊ Mode of Action - 80558
 
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Advanced Wound Management Iodosorb◊ Mode of Action video. Iodosorb◊ is an antimicrobial dressing with cadexomer smart micro-bead technology. For more information, click here : http://www.smith-nephew.com/uk/products/wound_management/product-search/iodoflex-/ This video is intended for health care professionals only. It is offered for informational and educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Viewer discretion is advised.
Views: 5825 smithandnephewUKI
Action of Nitroglycerin
 
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Vestaron - Mode of Action
 
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Views: 1256 Vestaron Corporation
Ganoderma mode of action and way of treatment and element reflection
 
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Gaviscon - Mode of Action animation
 
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We created this animation for Gavison to show how Gaviscon can work in a complementary way to medication such as PPIs (proton pump inhibitors). Reflux events are caused by the Lower Oesophageal Sphincter (LES) failing to close fully, which allows stomach acid to enter the oesophagus. This causes burning in the oesophagus, and the vapours can condense at the back of the throat giving an acidic taste. PPIs reduce stomach acidity, but some symptoms can persist because the LES is still weak, and patients can experience irritation in the oesophagus (particularly if it's already damaged from previous reflux events). Gaviscon works to soothe the damaged oesophagus, and the Gaviscon raft physically blocks the acid reflux, removing the associated symptoms.
Views: 27360 equinoxgraphics
3D Medical Animation - Mode of Action Octenidine
 
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Schülke & Mayr commissioned ANIMA RES to produce a total of four 3D animations on the antiseptic agent, Octenidine. An emotive trailer attunes the viewer to a visual segment illustrating the mechanism of action. Three further 3D animated films on Octenisept® and Octenilin® products containing Octenidine - a wound irrigation solution and wound gel respectively - demonstrate how they can be used.
Why Multi-Mode of Action? | Dow AgroSciences Canada
 
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Learn why Multi Mode of Action is the most effective tool to manage today's herbicide resistant weeds. Products mentioned in this video may not be available in all areas. Please check with local regulatory authorities to determine if a product is registered for sale and use in your area.
Views: 203 Dow AgroSciences
Rabeprazole - Mechanism of Action
 
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This video was created to display the mechanism of action of a rather new proton pump inhibitor - rabeprazole in case of H. pylori associated gastric inflammation. Helicobacter pylori produces urease and catalase. Urease cleaves urea, contained in gastric juice, which increases the pH of the immediate environment of the microbe and protects it from the bactericidal action of the acidic environment of the stomach. The most important factor of hypersecretion of hydrochloric acid in the stomach is the direct influence of Helicobacter pylori on the secretory process by excessive alkalization of the antral part of the stomach by the products of the urea hydrolysis by Helicobacter pylori. The consequence of excess alkalization is hypergastrinemia, which leads to hyperproduction of hydrochloric acid. Rabeprazole blocks the proton pump of the parietal cells and thereby reduce the secretion of hydrochloric acid. You can watch detailed information about this animation on our webpage http://www.nanobotmedical.com/Rabeprazole Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Nanobot.Medical.Animation/ Follow us on LinkedIN https://www.linkedin.com/company/nanobotmodels-medical-animation-studio/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/Nanobot_Studio Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nanobot_medical_animation/ #medicine #health #biology #science #oncology #gene #chemistry #3danimation #nanobot #nanobotmedical #medschool #pharmacy #pharmacology #education #molecule #cell #molecule #pharma #sciart #visualscience #sciart #ScientificCommunication #3D #Art #Animation #pharma #Medical #medicalanimation #medicalillustration #raredisease #health #science #cgi #pharma #patienteducation #Alzheimer's #microbiology #neuroscience #lbrain #neuroscience #brain #nanotechnology #cell #microbiology #cells #lipid #nanobot #nanobotmedical #nanobotstudio #gastroenterology
Touch Creative - Flaminal mode of action
 
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Starting with a storyboard, we visualised how this antimicrobial alginate gel helps in the biological process of wound healing. Focusing on one stage at a time, the animation is easy to follow and digest. Product colours were used throughout.
Views: 1546 TouchCreativeDesign
Mechanism of action of  WARFARIN
 
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Views: 8465 Sutha Krishnan
Mode of Action of antibody derived from SupraAntigen™ platform
 
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Our SupraAntigen™ platform can also be used to generate antibodies that can be used as therapeutic and diagnostic products. Such antibodies are generated by injecting the SupraAntigen constructs in mice and by selecting the antibodies for their ability to break up aggregated forms of misfolded proteins and to change the equilibrium from the insoluble pathological to the soluble forms which are depleted by the antibodies. The anti-Abeta antibody Crenezumab, moving into phase 3 clinical trials, and the anti-Tau antibody in pre-clinical development were derived from the passive immunization approach of the SupraAntigenTM platform. For more information, go to acimmune.com
Views: 850 AC Immune
Exudate Management: Mode of action for Cutimed® HydroControl / BSNmedical (Essity)
 
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► https://www.bsnmedical.com/products/wound-care-vascular/category-product-search/advanced-wound-care/exudate-management/cutimedr-hydrocontrol.html for more information. Cutimed® HydroControl offers optimal moisture balance, excellent exudate management and a high wound stimulating potential for dry to moderate exuding wounds. Cutimed® HydroControl consists of a hydropolymer gel matrix and a PU film. Its innovative design offers maximal flexibility: Cutimed® HydroControl is thin, self-adhesive, conformable and cuttable. It can be easily used for contured body parts. Patients like the comfort, the discrete appearance and the skin-friendly and reliable fixation. Cutimed® HydroControl creates osmotic pressure. So, enzymes and growth factors are dragged into the wound. Necrotic tissue, removed fibrinous layser and exudate is vertically drawn into the dressing (autolytic debridement). The vertical absorption reduces maceration risk. Cutimed® HydroControl supports cell growth by a purely physical mode of action. Indications: Dry to moderate exuding, shallow, chronic and secondary healing wounds like venous or arterial leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers. Cutimed® HydroControl can be used under compression.
BST-CarGel® Mode of Action
 
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BST-CarGel® is an advanced biopolymer technology for enhancing cartilage regeneration that has proven superior outcomes compared to microfracture alone. It has demonstrated positive benefits in terms of cartilage repair. DISCLAIMER: THIS VIDEO DOES NOT CONTAIN MEDICAL ADVICE The material contained in the following video (including but not limited to images, graphics, and text) has been developed by Piramal Enterprises Limited and is intended to be for consumer informational purposes only concerning the product presented. Although all efforts have been made to provide information on this video as up-to-date as possible, no warranty as to the accuracy of the information can be given. This material is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice. Viewers should consult their own health care professional for advice on using this product.
Views: 13030 BST CarGel
Opioids Mechanism of Action, Addiction, Dependence and Tolerance, Animation
 
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Opioids (opiates, endorphins, morphine, fentanyl, heroin) action on brain; addiction, dependence and tolerance. This video and other related images/videos (in HD) are available for instant download licensing here : https://www.alilamedicalmedia.com/-/galleries/images-videos-by-medical-specialties/neurology ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Voice by : Sue Stern. All images/videos by Alila Medical Media are for information purposes ONLY and are NOT intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Support us on Patreon and get FREE downloads and other great rewards: patreon.com/AlilaMedicalMedia Opioids refer to a class of drugs that act via opioid receptors in the nervous system to relieve pain. The term “opioid” includes: - ENDOGENOUS opioids occurring naturally in the human body such as endorphins, - OPIATES found in the opium poppy plant such as morphine, - synthetic and semi-synthetic opioids. The major function of endogenous opioids is to modulate pain signals. They are synthesized in response to pain stimuli and exert their effects by binding to opioid receptors in the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves. In the brain, they also increase DOPAMINE release, producing EUPHORIC effects. Opioid analgesics such as morphine and fentanyl mimic the action of endogenous opioids. They are powerful painkillers and are commonly used to manage severe pain. Continuous use, however, MAY lead to tolerance and dependence. Opioids slow down BREATHING and overdose can be FATAL. Their psychoactive effects also make them common drugs of abuse, with morphine being PARTICULARLY susceptible to addiction. Heroin, a semi-synthetic product made from morphine, is another drug that is highly popular among recreational users. Once administered, it is metabolized into morphine and 6-mono-acetyl-morphine, both of which are psychoactive. Heroin is rarely used in medicine. Dopamine neurotransmitter is at the basis of the brain reward pathway. Engaging in enjoyable activities causes dopamine release from dopamine-producing neurons into the synaptic space where it binds to and stimulates dopamine-receptors on the receiving neuron. This stimulation is believed to produce the pleasurable feelings or rewarding effect. Normally, GABA, another neurotransmitter, INHIBITS dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens. By binding to receptors on GABA inhibitory neurons, opioids REDUCE GABA’s activity, ultimately INCREASE dopamine release and induce pleasurable feelings. Continued use of opioids can result in dependence and addiction. As the body gets used to euphoric effects of the drug, it may become irritated if drug use is reduced or discontinued. Tolerance develops following a typical sequence of events. A drug exerts its effect by increasing or decreasing a certain substance or activity in the brain to an ABNORMALLY high or low level. REPEATED exposure MAINTAINS this abnormal level for a period of time. The brain eventually ADAPTS by pulling it BACK to NORMAL level. This means the drug, at the current dosage, NO longer produces the desirable psychoactive effect; a higher dose is required to do so. This vicious cycle repeats itself and eventually leads to drug overdose.
Views: 26290 Alila Medical Media
Mode of Action
 
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How the Seresto collar works. For more product information please go to http://www.bayeranimal.co.nz/en/product-detail.php?p=3301 or see your nearest vet.
V.A.C. Therapy Mechanisms of Action
 
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Describes the mechanisms of action of the Acelity V.A.C. Therapy System. For more information about V.A.C. Therapy, please visit http://www.acelity.com. NOTE: Specific indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions and safety information exist for KCI products and therapies. Please visit http://www.acelity.com/healthcare-professionals/instructions-for-use for complete safety information and product instructions for use prior to application. This video is intended for healthcare providers. Patients should consult with their healthcare providers regarding their specific medical conditions, treatments, information in this video, and risks and benefits of KCI products. This video is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Not all KCI products are available in all countries. Please visit http://www.kci-medical.com for information about overseas availability. DSL11-0178.US REV9-11
Views: 42711 Acelity
Fluoroquinolones: Mechanisms of Action and Resistance
 
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Developed and produced by http://www.MechanismsinMedicine.com Animation Description: In this animation, we demonstrate the biology of DNA replication leading to bacterial cell division in a gram positive bacterium, such as S. pneumoniae. The DNA is shown as a circular double strand within the bacterial cell. Like the DNA of all living organisms, it contains the unique genetic code for all of the proteins required for bacterial survival. Bacteria replicate by a process known as binary fission whereby one bacterium separates into 2 new daughter cells. However, before this can occur, the bacterium must make an identical copy of its complete circular DNA. DNA replication requires that the two strands of DNA separate so that the genetic code of the bacterium can be read and a new complimentary strand can be created for each of the original strands. To accomplish this, various enzymes known as helicases break the hydrogen bonds between the bases in the two DNA strands, unwind the strands from each other, and stabilize the exposed single strands, preventing them from joining back together. The points at which the two strands of DNA separate to allow replication of DNA are known as replication forks. The enzymes DNA polymerase then move along each strand of DNA, behind each replication fork synthesizing new DNA strands (in red) complementary to the original ones. As the replication forks move forward, positive superhelical twists in the DNA begin to accumulate ahead of them. In order for DNA replication to continue, these superhelical twists must be removed. The bacterial enzyme, DNA gyrase, which is also known as topoisomerase II, is responsible for removing the positive superhelical twists so that DNA replications can procede. DNA gyrase is an essential bacterial enzyme composed of two A and two B subunits which are products of the gyrA and gyrB genes. This enzyme has other important functions which affect the initiation of DNA replication and transcription of many genes. With the combined involvement of these enzymes, an entire duplicate copy of the bacterial genome is produced as the 2 replication forks move in opposite directions around the circular DNA genome. Eventually, as the 2 replication forks meet, 2 new complete chromosomes have been made, each consisting of 1 old and 1 new strand of DNA. This is referred to as semi-conservative replication. In order to allow the 2 new interlinked chromosomes to come apart, another bacterial enzyme is needed which is known as topoisomerase IV. This enzyme is structurally related to DNA gyrase and is coded for by the parC and parE genes. Topoisomerase IV allows for the 2 new inter-linked chromosomes to separate so that they can be segregated into 2 new daughter bacterial cells. Complete separation of bacterial cells Fluoroquinolones. First mechanism of action -- inhibition of DNA gyrase. Fluoroquinolones act by inhibiting the activity of both the DNA gyrase and the topoisomerase IV enzymes. For most gram negative bacteria, DNA gyrase is the primary fluoroquinolone target. Fluoroquinolones have been shown to bind specifically to the complex of DNA gyrase and DNA rather than to DNA gyrase alone. As a result of this binding, quinolones appear to stabilize the enzyme-DNA complexes which in turn results in breaks in the DNA that are fatal to the bacterium. A second mechanism of fluoroquinolone action is shown here. With some exceptions, topoisomerase IV is the primary target of fluoroquinolone action in most gram positive bacteria such as Staphylococci and Streptococci, with DNA gyrase being a secondary target. The separation of 2 new interlinked daughter strands of circular DNA is disrupted. The final result on the bacteria, however, is the same. Bacterial replication is disrupted and the bacterium breaks apart. The relative potency of different fluoroquinolone antibiotics (and thus their spectrum of activity) is dependent in part on their affinity for either DNA gyrase or topoisomerase IV or both. One of the most common mechanisms by which bacteria acquire resistance to fluoroquinolones is by spontaneously occurring mutations in chromosomal genes that alter the target enzymes -- DNA gyrase and topoisomerase IV or both. The frequency with which these spontaneous mutations occurs may be in the range of 10-6. The effect of mutations on the activity of an individual fluoroquinolone will vary depending on the number of mutations, the location of the mutations and which target enzyme is affected. If a mutation occurs (either in the gyrA or gyrB gene) that alters DNA gyrase and results in a reduced affinity of the fluoroquinolone antibiotic for this enzyme, the organism will become resistant. View animation to read more.
Views: 275599 Mechanisms in Medicine
What to Know about Modes of Action
 
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The latest marketing twist for herbicides is touting Multiple Modes of Action, but it may not make the product any more effective. A University of Illinois Extension Weed Scientist says these new mixes, often times, contain herbicides with unique "Modes of Action." But just putting together herbicides with differing "Modes of Action" may do little to either manage the development of resistant weeds, or control those that are already resistant.
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Male dysfunction, Vega 100,pengra, cobra150, use mode of action
 
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Wts are the use of these products and side effects and drobeg of products and how harmful are these products salts is same of all products
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Flowtron Intermittent Pneumatic Compression: Mode of Action
 
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Flowtron Intermittent Pneumatic Compression: Mode of Action. For more information please visit - http://www.arjohuntleigh.com/products/vascular-therapy/
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Marijuana Effects on the Brain, the Goods and the Bads, Animation.
 
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The Science behind Marijuana (Cannabis), Marijuana mechanism of action. Source of information: National Institute on Drug Abuse; National Institutes of Health; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/marijuana This video and other related images/videos (in HD) are available for instant download licensing here : https://www.alilamedicalmedia.com/-/galleries/images-videos-by-medical-specialties/neurology Voice by: Sue Stern Animation ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Support us on Patreon and get FREE downloads and other great rewards: patreon.com/AlilaMedicalMedia Marijuana, also known as cannabis, among other names, is a preparation of the Cannabis sativa plant - the hemp plant, intended for recreational and medicinal uses. The main psychoactive chemical in marijuana is delta-9-tetrahydro-cannabinol, or THC. The Cannabis plant preparation also contains other compounds that are chemically related to THC, called cannabinoids. THC is chemically similar to a class of substances found naturally in our nervous system called endogenous cannabinoids, or endocannabinoids, of which anandamide is best known so far. The endocannabinoids are part of a newly discovered system named the Endocannabinoid system, or ECS. How the ECS works The ECS acts as a modulator of neurotransmission. When the postsynaptic neuron is activated, endocannabinoids are produced, released, and travel back to the presynaptic neuron where they activate cannabinoid receptors. By doing so, they control what happens next when the presynaptic cell is again stimulated. The general effect is a decrease in the release of neurotransmitters such as GABA or glutamate. In other words, the ECS acts as a “brake”, slowing down neuronal activities, preventing neurons from excessive firing. Some examples of ECS functions include: - Pain modulation: cannabinoids suppress pain signal processing, producing pain relief effects. - Stress and anxiety reduction: The ECS has been implicated in the habituation the body’s response to repeated exposure to restraint stress. - Mood regulation: the ECS promotes “good feeling” by inducing dopamine release in the brain reward pathway. This explains the euphoria, or the “high”, experienced by marijuana users. THC mode of action is however different from other drugs: it induces dopamine release INDIRECTLY by removing inhibitory action of GABA on dopaminergic neurons. The ECS is also involved in many more bodily activities, including appetite, memory, learning, sleeping patterns, immune functions and fertility. So how can marijuana be harmful if it does exactly what our body already does to itself? The endocannabinoids are short-acting transmitter substances. They are synthesized on demand and their signaling is rapidly terminated by specific enzymes. Marijuana users consume a much higher amount of THC. THC is also much more stable and can persist in the body for a longer period of time. THC overwhelms the EC system, overriding normal brain functions. Because cannabinoid receptors are present in many parts of the brain and body, the effects of THC are wide-ranging. It can slow down a person’s reaction time, which could impair driving or athletic skills; disrupt short-term memory and higher thought processes, which could affect learning capabilities and judgment ability. Higher doses of THC may also lead to reverse effects. Consuming marijuana by smoking may also damage the lungs to a similar extent as smoking cigarettes. Long - term effects of THC Substantial evidence from animal research indicates that marijuana exposure can cause long-term adverse changes in the brain. Long-term effects of marijuana in human are still debatable mostly due to difficulties of conducting research in human beings. Medical uses of marijuana While recreational use of marijuana is without doubt harmful, the Cannabis plant may be a valuable source of medicines. Currently, the two main cannabinoids from the marijuana plant that are of medical interest are THC and cannabidiol, or CBD. These chemicals are used to increase appetite and reduce nausea in patients undergoing cancer chemotherapy. They may also be useful in reducing pain and inflammation, controlling epileptic seizures, and possibly even treating autoimmune diseases and cancers.
Views: 238209 Alila Medical Media
11. Pyrethroid Action
 
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Pyrethroid insecticide actions on axon sodium channels.
Views: 27211 Larry Keeley
AQUACEL Burn - Mode of action
 
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Delegate (Spinetoram) Animation Video in  Hindi for Chilli crop
 
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Description Products mentioned in this video may not be available in all areas. Please check with local regulatory authorities to determine if a product is registered for sale and use in your area.
Views: 31924 Dow AgroSciences
product & fashion studio photo session example - see me in action
 
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product & fashion studio photo session example - see me in action. this is one sample photo session for one regular client which renews the entire clothing collection twice a year. It can be classified as product photography due to the large number of items but also fashion as we have models cat walking in the studio. Nothing special in terms of studio settings, all 4 lights are being used, 3 on full power and the fill in secondary light is 75% just to give it a bit of depth, as we are focusing on the clothes and not on the models faces. Camera is in manual mode, ISO 100, Shutter speed 1/125, Aperture 16 and we are sign a wireless trigger for the studio lights http://www.FunkiBeat.com http://www.PrimitiveStore.com.au 
Views: 69638 Academy of Photography
BOTOX® Mechanism of Action Video
 
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Mechanism of action animation for BOTOX®.
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Mechanism of Enzyme Action
 
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This video consists of a basic explanation of the Mechanism of Enzyme Action i.e, how enzyme binds with substrate and gives the products at the end of the reaction!! Enzymes acts as Biocatalysts!! If anyone have not understood and have questions about this concept then he/she may ask in the comments section!! If this video is helpful in understanding the Mechanism of Enzyme Action then hit the "LIKE" button and subscribe the channel for more interesting videos!!!
Views: 25245 Bioteck paradise
Explaining the Mechanism of Action of Pharmaceutical Compounds
 
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Find out more about Visual Storytelling: http://www.cast-pharma.com/pharma-biotech-marketing-solutions/?ref=yt Your various target groups – healthcare professionals, patients, investors and shareholders – demand tailor-made information about product benefits. Most importantly, scientific and product-related facts such as the underlying mechanism of action have to be communicated effectively, within the industry and beyond. Learn more about the seamless processes necessary to bring the MoA of a scientific compound to life: http://www.cast-pharma.com/mechanism-of-action-moa/?ref=yt
Views: 1056 CAST PHARMA
Accera Mechanism of Action 2016
 
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Describes Accera's lead product candidate mechanism of action.
Views: 436 Accera Inc
Herbicide Modes Of Action - Family Plot
 
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Retired UT Extension agent, Mike Dennison talks about herbicide "modes of action." Each mode of action attacks the plant in a different way. If herbicides with the same mode of action are used for too long plants will build up a resistance to that more of action. Because of this you need to make sure you rotate among modes of action in order avoid the resistance and keep the killing power of your herbicides. With so many varieties of herbicide out there it's essential to know what you're buying and how best to utilize it safely in your garden. Subscribe to The Family Plot for more gardening tips!
Views: 4377 Family Plot
InnuScience Technology
 
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Discover InnuScience biotechnology product's mode of action.
Views: 2700 InnuScience
Mechanism of action of Aspirin
 
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Views: 35423 Nur Haseena
How does Cialis work?
 
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Mechanism of Action and how does Cialis work? Click Here: ➜ http://lifemarket24x7.com/product/?product=cialis ➜ (Enhancement Sexual Performance)
Views: 49790 Mans Health
Imrestor®(pegbovigrastim injection) Mode of Action
 
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See video to learn more about Imrestor’s Mode of Action. To learn more, go to Imrestor.us. Imrestor is FDA approved for the reduction in the incidence of clinical mastitis in the first 30 days of lactation in periparturient dairy cows and periparturient replacement dairy heifers. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Not for use in humans. Keep out of reach of children. In case of accidental self-injection, wash the site of injection thoroughly with clean running water. Foreign proteins such as pegbovigrastim have the potential to cause anaphylactic-type reactions. No withdrawal period or milk discard time is required when used according to the labeling. Do not use Imrestor to treat cows with clinical mastitis because effectiveness has not been demonstrated for this use. Some cases of hypersensitivity-type reactions have been observed in studies outside the United States within five minutes to two hours, occurring most often after the first administration of Imrestor. These reactions resolve within hours of onset with or without therapeutic intervention and have not been shown to reoccur with subsequent injections of Imrestor. Abomasal ulcerations/erosions were observed in the Margin of Safety studies; it was concluded that these findings were not clinically relevant. Please see the product insert for full prescribing information. https://assets.ctfassets.net/fistk1blxig0/57Y0lv9hCwU6mIuyemAkmQ/16882f5aff46e19cc7bc658e3fe078b2/Imrestor_Insert.pdf USDBUIRS00021a
Views: 334 ElancoAnimalHealth
Propofol
 
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AQUACEL Burn Mode of action
 
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PROMOGRAN™ Protease Modulating Matrix - Mode of action
 
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To learn more contact your Systagenix representative or visit www.systagenix.com Disclaimer The product information on this page is not intended to be used by health care professionals or users in the United States and may not comply with the regulatory standards of the United States.
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What to Know about Modes of Action
 
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The latest marketing twist for herbicides is touting Multiple Modes of Action, but it may not make the product any more effective. A University of Illinois Extension Weed Scientist says these new mixes, often times, contain herbicides with unique "Modes of Action." But just putting together herbicides with differing "Modes of Action" may do little to either manage the development of resistant weeds, or control those that are already resistant.
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EnteraGam® Mechanism of Action Overview
 
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EnteraGam® is a medical food product intended for the dietary management of chronic diarrhea and loose stools. EnteraGam® must be administered under medical supervision. EnteraGam® contains beef protein: therefore, patients who have an allergy to beef or any other component of EnteraGam® should not take this product. EnteraGam® has not been studied in pregnant women, in women during labor and delivery, or in nursing mothers. The choice to administer EnteraGam® during pregnancy, labor and delivery, or to nursing mothers is at the clinical discretion of the prescribing physician. EnteraGam® does not contain any milk-derived ingredients such as lactose, casein, or whey. EnteraGam® is gluten-free, dye-free, and soy-free. Please see full Product Information at http://enteragam.com/assets/lib/EnteraGam_Product_Information.pdf.
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Amway glister toothpaste demo-Glister® Multi-action Fluoride Toothpaste
 
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MHD Sport WiFi Action Cam - Product Intro
 
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ORDER HERE: http://goo.gl/6LDARw http://monoprice.com Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/lWiFis Introducing the MHD Sport WiFi Action Cam. It features full 1080p HD at 30 frames per second and a 60 frames per second mode at 720p. In addition to video recording it is a 5.0 megapixel digital camera with the ability to take individual still shots, take a burst of 10 shots in rapid succession, or continuously taking single shots at intervals from 1 ~ 60 seconds for classic time-lapse videos. The camera features a convenient top-facing LCD status display, which shows the recording mode, the number of recordings already made, and menu prompts for changing the camera's settings. The camera can be controlled directly or remotely using the included wrist strap remote control. The Action Cam App (available in the App Store and Google Play) makes it easy to live preview your video or pictures. The camera comes with a number of mounting accessories, the most significant of which is the Waterproof Case. When enclosed in the waterproof case, the camera can be used in fresh or sea water at depths up to 196 feet (60 meters). The included accessories allow you to mount the waterproof case to a flat or curved surface, or to a standard 1/4"-20 threaded UNC mount (i.e., tripod mount). Additional accessories, including chest and head mounting straps, will be available from Monoprice shortly. The camera features a small LCD status display, which shows the recording mode, the number of recordings already made, and menu prompts for changing the camera's settings. It is powered using a single SLB-10A lithium-ion battery (included). The SLB-10A is a commonly used camera battery, making it an easy matter to find additional or replacement batteries. It also features 256MB internal flash memory, so you can take a limited number of test shots without needing to install a microSD card. Visit our channel for helpful how-to videos and great new product highlights from Monoprice - http://www.youtube.com/monopricecom
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Macrolides  Mechanisms of Action and Resistance : Pharmamates
 
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The macrolides are a class of natural products that consist of a large macrocyclic lactone ring to which one or more deoxy sugars, usually cladinose and desosamine, may be attached. The lactone rings are usually 14-, 15-, or 16-membered. Macrolides belong to the polyketide class of natural products. Some macrolides have antibiotic or antifungal activity and are used as pharmaceutical drugs.
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