It is also caused by common bile duct surgical procedures, traumatic injury, abnormal structure of the pancreas, genetic factors, hypertriglyceridemia high lipid levels in the blood,etc. In case of chronic hepatitis, there are non-specific symptoms or no symptoms at all. Inflammation of sciatic nerve cord is simply referred to as sciatica. This kind of inflammation usually subsides on its own after a week or two. Kidneys play an important role in regulating blood pressure and maintaining the normal concentration of electrolytes. Following are some of the major causes behind inflammation in lungs. This condition is referred to as empyema. http://amberstar.tv/feetmedicalsurgeon/2016/10/27/a-quick-analysis-on-level-headed-secrets-of-inflammation-in-toe/Bleeding: Severe injury can result in bleeding within the right kidney, which may cause sharp pain. A patient may develop jaundice and show yellowing of the white potions of the eyes, skin, and nails.
(TSX VENTURE:CZO) (“Ceapro” or the “Company”), a growth-stage biotechnology company focused on the development and commercialization of active ingredients for healthcare and cosmetic industries, announced today its financial results for the three-month and nine-month periods ended September 30, 2016 and provided an overview of recent operational highlights. http://balletacefac.tutorial-blog.net/an-in-depth-analysis-of-valuable-methods-of-foot-surgeryFinancial Highlights for the Third Quarter of 2016 Total sales of $3,018,000 in 3Q 2016; Gross margin of $1,893,000 in 3Q 2016; Income from operations in 3Q 2016 of $1,051,000; Net profit after tax of $645,000 in 3Q 2016; and Positive working capital balance of $7,903,000 as of September 30, 2016 compared to a capital deficiency of $1,356,375 at December 31, 2015. Gilles Gagnon, M.Sc., MBA, President and CEO of Ceapro, stated, “We are very pleased with these strong results for the third quarter and 2016 year to date. Notably these financial results have surpassed our financial results for the full year of 2015. Impressively, year over year revenues and net profit respectively increased by 56% ($4.02M) and 138% ($2.02M). This success could not have been done without the commitment and dedication of our full team who continued to achieve operational excellence, especially during such a critical period coinciding with the completion of the construction of the extraction-fractionation production area of our new facility.” Recent Corporate Highlights Closed a private placement of CDN$10.0 Million with the majority of the offering subscribed by fundamental institutional investors; Announced the opening of new GMP bio-processing extraction facility in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; Completed protocol for pilot clinical study to develop beta glucan as a cholesterol reducer; Announced allowance of Canadian patent for Company’s enabling Pressurized Gas eXpanded Technology (PGX). Patent was subsequently issued on October 10, 2016; Announced research collaboration with prestigious German based research organization, Fraunhaufer, including a non-reimbursement grant of $250,000 from the German-Canadian Centre for Innovation and Research (“GCCIR”) for the PGX technology Awarded “Company of the Year” by Bio Alberta; and Commissioning program ongoing and validation trials initiated in a new manufacturing facility. “With the results from this quarter and the completion of our new extraction facility, Ceapro has established a solid base for this impressive year-over-year growth and most importantly, has built a solid foundation for the long term,” added Mr. Gagnon. Expected Near-Term Milestones Commence bio-efficacy study with avenanthramides as an anti-inflammatory compound in exercise induced inflammation Q4 2016; Complete the development of a prototype for a functional drink in Q4 2016; and Commence patient recruitment for pilot clinical study to develop beta glucan as a cholesterol reducer in Q1 2017. Mr.
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