Why work at Exelon?
It’s important work powered by people with a common set of values: safety, innovation, integrity, inclusivity, and the constant pursuit of excellence. At Exelon, we elevate diverse voices and fresh perspectives, and together – we grow jobs into careers and build a better tomorrow.
What is the rate of discontinuation due to adverse events of Exelon?
The rate of discontinuation due to adverse events in controlled clinical trials of Exelon (rivastigmine tartrate) was 15% for patients receiving 6 mg to 12 mg per day compared to 5% for patients on placebo during forced weekly dose titration. While on a maintenance dose, the rates were 6% for patients on Exelon compared to 4% for those on placebo.
What is the dosage of Exelon for Parkinson’s?
The dosage of Exelon shown to be effective in the single controlled clinical trial conducted in dementia associated with Parkinson’s disease is 3 mg to 12 mg per day, administered twice a day (daily doses of 1.5 mg to 6 mg twice a day).
What are the demographics of patients participating in Exelon trials?
The mean age of patients participating in Exelon trials was 73 years with a range of 41 to 95. Approximately 59% of patients were women and 41% were men. The racial distribution was Caucasian 87%, Black 4%, and other races 9%. In each study, the effectiveness of Exelon was evaluated using a dual outcome assessment strategy.
What is lalasalle county generating station?
LaSalle County Generating Station’s two nuclear reactors produce 2,320 megawatts of zero-emissions energy: enough carbon-free electricity to power 2.3 million homes. The station’s 2,058-acre man-made cooling lake is a popular fishery managed by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
How big is the lake at LaSalle station?
The station’s 2,058-acre man-made cooling lake is a popular fishery managed by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. We’ve been part of the LaSalle County community for over 30 years.