• mice
  • Therapeutic effects of intratumoral (3x10 5 cells) and intranasal (1.5x10 6 ) NSC-TK007 application alone and the sequential combination of both was tested using an intracranial U87 human glioblastoma model in nude mice. (egms.de)
  • To determine how the route of immunization affects CD8+ T cell responses in the lungs of mice vaccinated with a murine cytomegalovirus vector expressing the respiratory syncytial virus matrix (M) protein, we infected CB6F1 mice via the intranasal or intraperitoneal route and evaluated the M-specific CD8+ T cell response at early and late time points. (edu.au)
  • rectal
  • It was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the United States and is currently sold as Valium® tablets, Diazepam Injection and Diastat® rectal gel. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Normally such molecules are not taken up by the body if administered to the gastrointestinal tract, to the buccal mucosa, to the rectal mucosa, the vaginal mucosa or given as an intranasal system. (google.es)
  • cells
  • The generation of these antigen-experienced cells by intranasal vaccination resulted in earlier T cell responses, interferon gamma secretion, and viral clearance after respiratory syncytial virus challenge. (edu.au)
  • treatment
  • It is thought that women experiencing PPD may benefit from intranasal OT because this treatment would help the mother feel happier and assist her in bonding with the child . (wikipedia.org)
  • Though OT can be administrered intravenously (and is sometimes the appropriate method depending on the medical situation), IN administration offers many advantages that make it an ideal choice for short-term treatment. (wikipedia.org)
  • Dosage
  • The following maternal events have been reported: Subarachnoid hemorrhage Increased blood pressure Cardiac arrhythmia including increased or decreased heart rate, and premature ventricular contraction Impaired uterine blood flow Pelvic hematoma Afibrinogenemia Anaphylaxis Nausea and vomiting Increase fetal blood flow Excessive dosage or long-term administration (over a period of 24 hours or longer) have been known to result in tetanic uterine contractions, uterine rupture, postpartum hemorrhage, and water intoxication, sometimes fatal. (wikipedia.org)