I think what is happening stock lurker is I made some pretty good rebuys at a $26.70 average so quite pleased.... We'll see won't we?
Milwaukee....Who said this on October 2, 2015... "Try buying CEMP...if you want solid long term growth...?"
You one big liar huh? LOL....
By the way.... A statement that Soli approval is baked into the current depressed price of CEMP is probably one of the dumbest statements I've ever seen by any analyst...iMHO!
That I sold a few months ago at $38.50, at $27.25. 25% of my previously sold position, but it's a start.
Will add if it goes lower. I think the trials will be positive, but that's only my opinion which is worth exactly
what you're paying for it. GL to all longs. I post all trades buys and sells on any board I post on for
full disclosure and transparity. No ego here.
Up from 3.887 mil shares on 9/15.
Somebody either hedging their shares by selling short or they think this one is really going to tank....
I'm betting they're going to get their #$%$ kicked frankly on Oct 21st!! Go RLYP!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
AK.....RLYP has already discussed with the FDA providing follow-up studies in various areas affecting the new drug approval. One that immediately comes to mind is drug interaction. There ihas been no evidence of drug interaction with Patriomer but they have voluntarily agreed to monitor usage on that issue and provide updated information to the FDA. ZSPH If they get to approval in May will probably. have to do the same things with further monitoring in potential fluid overload and fluid retention and edema. All part of any new drug coming out on the market.
Thinking of perscribing ZS-9 to my patients but need your clarification My broker sent me the Citi report
on ZSPH and ZS-9. 1mmol is about 23mg. Citi's report has a section where they calculate 30 mmol NA+
Exchanged for K+.in ZS-9. Seems like a lot of NA to me but what do you think? TIA Dr.Golong
If ZS-9 was available, and was actually shown to reduce K levels to normal in 2-4 hours, and was not a figment of illusory bodily reactions like fasting or sodium phosphate, I would consider giving it to him.on
Sunday. More than likely though give him insulin in the hospital again Monday morning prior to surgery.
The mention of sodium bicarbonate as a by product of the ZS-9 exchange of K was mentioned in a recent
article that I sent to you as a possible reason for the "fast acting" alleged properties of ZS-9, as was natural insulin reaction of fasting trial participants. Only further trials can verify that K is actually being removed rapidly from the patient's system in the first 2 hours as claimed by ZSPH, or are the results merely indicative
of the two reactions described above. As you say, the long term trial results will speak for themselves one way or the other. Can't wait frankly!
Sodium exchanged for K in even one recommended treatment of ZS-9 is something like drinking six mini cans of Dr Pepper. Read the C report. If the treated group with CHF do not have fluid overload or edema
after using ZS9 for a full year I'll be very surprised frankly.
Yes...the stock is acting terribly for sure but just have to ignore the noise and go with what you believe to be true and that is approval,,,,with broad labeling.....and no required follow up studies.... Hope to he_l I'm right.
So in both cases no need to, nor probably recommended, to have patients who have had IV insulin to start taking ZS-9 and/or Patiromer, until at least 24 hours after being discharged, and more than likely 48 hours if they were given the "ultra long" formula... Faster acting is irrelevant at that stage...
Analog "long" insulin remains in your system up to 24 hours...and acts within an hour.
Analog "ultra long" insulin reains in your system in excess of 42 hours and acts within an hour.
AK....Not sure you're understanding what I'm trying to tell you either...
A patient comes in with an immediate "emergency" need to reduce his K levels from 6.0 to normal, and fast!
They use insulin, not ZS-9 or Patiromer. After an 45 minutes his K levels are back to say 5.1. At that point insulin does not "wear" off in 30 minutes, but stays in his system for some time. K levels do not immediately shoot up from 5.1 to 6.0 the very next day. That situation will literally take days, if not weeks. In the interim he would ultimately be released with instructioins to use either Patiromer or ZS-9 on a daily basis to keep his K levels "normal". There is no benefit in ZS-9 acting faster then Patiromer as both will normalize K levels within 48 hours.