Haemorrhagic vs Rovelizumab - What's the difference?

haemorrhagic | rovelizumab |


As an adjective haemorrhagic

is (chiefly|british).

As a noun rovelizumab is

a humanized monoclonal antibody that was an experimental immunosuppressive drug intended to treat patients suffering from haemorrhagic shock by suppressing white blood cells.

haemorrhagic

English

Adjective

(-)
  • (chiefly, British)
  • rovelizumab

    English

    Noun

    (-) (wikipedia rovelizumab)
  • A humanized monoclonal antibody that was an experimental immunosuppressive drug intended to treat patients suffering from haemorrhagic shock by suppressing white blood cells.