U.S. Navy seeks FDA approval for clinical trial of Hemopure

12/11/2008 | MedGadget.com

The U.S. Naval Medical Research Center has submitted to the FDA a revised application to commence a clinical trial of Hemopure -- a stabilized hemoglobin used in the treatment of trauma patients in the battlefield. Hemopure, a product of Mass.-based firm Biopure, would eliminate the need for blood transfusions after surgery by helping patients build up their own reserves of red blood cells.

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