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Uses of compositions containing compounds that liberate lithium ions are described, including adjuvants and devices for administration.  The embodiments of the present invention also involve mechanical or physical treatments that cause integumental perturbation (e.g., dermabrasion) which may be used as part of a treatment for modulating hair growth in human subjects.
Uses of compositions containing compounds that liberate lithium ions are described, including adjuvants and devices for administration. Although these bacteria are mostly non-pathogenic, colonization with potential pathogens also occurs, such as with Staphylococcus aureus, including methicillin- resistant strains.
Coronary arterioles appear to have specialized regulatory elements along their length that operate “in series” in an integrated manner. Angiogenesis in the tissue can be initiated by local production and liberation of vascular growth factors.
Coronary blood flow not only is phasic but also varies with the type of vessel and location in the myocardium. Unmodified (i.e., not fractionated) marrow or blood-derived cells have been used in several clinical studies, for example, Hamann, K. Science 1998; 28-471; Pepper M S, Vassalli J D, Orci L et al., Exp Cell Res 1993; 26-363; Gleave M E, Hsieh J T, Wu H C et al., Cancer Res 1993; 00-5307).
The invention also relates to lithium treatments for scar revision and wound healing in human subjects. Microbial infections can also arise as a part of systemic infection.
The invention also relates to dermabrasion treatments for skin conditions and novel dermabrasion tips for carrying out such treatments.9.  Bacterial infections can be caused by several types of bacteria, including Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Propionibacterium acnes, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Acinetobacter baumannii, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Enterobacter cloacae, Streptococcus pyogenes, corynebacterium species, enterococci, Proteus mirabilis, group D streptococci, other gram-positive aerobes, and Bacteroides fragilis.