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Ranolazine bests old school antianginal medications

(HealthDay)—Newer antianginal (AA) medications such as ranolazine show substantial outcome improvements in chronic stable angina pectoris (CSA) compared to traditional medications, according to a st...

Medications to treat opioid use disorders: New guideline released

Medications play an important role in managing patients with opioid use disorders, but there are not enough physicians with the knowledge and ability to use these often-complex treatments. New evidenc...

Do antipsychotic medications affect cortical thinning?

(Elsevier) People diagnosed with schizophrenia critically rely upon treatment with antipsychotic medications to manage their symptoms and help them function at home and in the workplace.But despite th...

Acid reflux medications may increase kidney disease risk

Certain medications commonly used to treat heartburn and acid reflux may have damaging effects on the kidneys, according to two studies that will be presented at ASN Kidney Week 2015 November 3-8 at t...

HHS addresses rising specialty costs in day-long forum

Michael JohnsenSpecialty medications represent only 1% of all prescriptions but, in 2014, these medications resulted in over 31% of all drug spending. read more

Surgical patients should stay on cholesterol medications to reduce risk of death

Patients who stop taking cholesterol medications before surgery are following outdated recommendations, and significantly increasing their risk of death if they don’t resume taking the medications w...

5 Tips for Traveling to the U.S. With Medications

Can you bring foreign drugs into the U.S.? Or refill a foreign prescription at a U.S. pharmacy? FDA can help you understand the rules for flying with medications or shipping them from overseas.

AMA: eight reasons for nonadherence to medications

(HealthDay)—Eight reasons associated with patient's intentional nonadherence to medications have been identified in a report published by the American Medical Association (AMA).

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Medicolegal Implications of Common Rhinologic Medications.

As otolaryngologists, we prescribe many medications to our patients. The objective of this article is to review the potential side effects and medicolegal risks of the common medications used to treat...

Medications and the Ostomate.

More than one million Americans have had ostomy surgery, and there are more than 130,000 new ostomy surgeries every year. Therefore, pharmacists need to understand how an ostomy can affect medications...

Unused medications and disposal patterns at home: Findings from a Medicare patient survey and claims data.

To examine what medications are most frequently left unused by patients, how much is left unused, and how these medications are disposed of among Medicare beneficiaries.

Management of Anticoagulant and Antiplatelet Medications in Adults Undergoing Percutaneous Interventions.

Many radiologists are unfamiliar with the new antithrombogenic medications and how to modify patient management before nonvascular percutaneous procedures performed in a radiology department. In this ...

Recognition and Knowledge of Medications with Black Box Warnings Among Pediatricians and Emergency Physicians.

"Boxed warnings" (BW), sometimes referred to as "black box warnings," are the most serious level of warning provided by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). We aimed to assess physician awareness a...

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