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Craving and opioid use disorder: A scoping review.

The subjective experience of drug craving is a prominent and common clinical phenomenon for many individuals diagnosed with opioid use disorder (OUD), and could be a valuable clinical endpoint in medication development studies. The purpose of this scoping review is to provide an overview and critical analysis of opioid craving assessments located in the published literature examining OUD.


Drug vector representation: a tool for drug similarity analysis.

DrugMatrix is a valuable toxicogenomic dataset, which provides in vivo transcriptome data corresponding to hundreds of chemical drugs. However, the relationships between drugs and how those drugs affect the biological process are still unknown. The high dimensionality of the microarray data hinders its application. The aims of this study are to (1) represent the transcriptome data by lower-dimensional vectors, (2) compare drug similarity, (3) represent drug combinations by adding vectors and (4) infer drug ...

Prevalence of Machine Learning in Craniofacial Surgery.

Machine learning (ML) revolves around the concept of using experience to teach computer-based programs to reliably perform specific tasks. Healthcare setting is an ideal environment for adaptation of ML applications given the multiple specific tasks that could be allocated to computer programs to perform. There have been several scoping reviews published in literature looking at the general acceptance and adaptability of surgical specialities to ML applications, but very few focusing on the application towa...


Disparities in Acceptance of Deceased Donor Kidneys Between the United States and France and Estimated Effects of Increased US Acceptance.

Approximately 3500 donated kidneys are discarded in the United States each year, drawing concern from Medicare and advocacy groups.

Pharmacogenetics of drug dependence: polymorphisms of genes involved in GABA neurotransmission.

GABA plays a critical role in brain reward pathways via projecting signals from the ventral tegmental area to the nucleus accumbens. Activation of the reward circuitry by abused drugs induces abnormalities of GABA neurotransmission. Recent studies have indicated the involvement of GABAergic genes in the mechanism of drug dependence and its consequences. The aim of this paper is to provide a brief review of association studies of GABA-related genes with drug dependence. Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs)...

Single nucleotide polymorphisms in treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome: a systematic review.

As 15-20% of reproductive aged females are suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a large number of pharmacological preparations are frequently available in the market for the treatment of PCOS; however, they seem to be ineffective and cause undesirable side effects. This has emphasized the need to optimize dosage regimens for individualized treatment. The objective of this systematic review is to review single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) associated with drugs used for the treatment of PCOS to...

The effects of fasting on drug metabolism.

: There is considerable variability in the rates and extent of drug metabolism between patients due to physiological, genetic, pharmacologic, environmental and nutritional factors such as fasting. This variability in drug metabolism may result in treatment failure or, conversely, in increased side effects or toxicity. Preclinical studies have shown that fasting alters drug metabolism by modulating the activity of drug metabolizing enzymes involved. However, until recently little was known about the effects ...

Tormentillae rhizoma - Review for an Underestimated European Herbal Drug.

is a medicinal plant described under its traditional name Tormentil in medieval herbal books and used until today in many European countries. Today monographs for Tormentillae rhizoma in the European pharmacopeia, as well as a monograph of the Herbal Medicinal Product Commission as a drug for traditional use, exist. The present review summarizes published investigations in phytochemistry and pharmacology, together with new findings reflecting the mechanisms of action of ellagitannins as one of the main ingr...

Grafting of 3D Bioprinting to In Vitro Drug Screening: A Review.

The inadequacy of conventional cell-monolayer planar cultures and animal experiments in predicting the toxicity and clinical efficacy of drug candidates has led to an imminent need for in vitro methods with the ability to better represent in vivo conditions and facilitate the systematic investigation of drug candidates. Recent advances in 3D bioprinting have prompted the precise manipulation of cells and biomaterials, rendering it a promising technology for the construction of in vitro tissue/organ models a...

Nanoscale metal-organic frameworks as key players in the context of drug delivery: evolution toward theranostic platforms.

Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have emerged as one of the most fascinating libraries of porous materials with a huge potential in very diverse application areas. In particular, the bioanalytical and biomedical fields have evolved tremendously due to the emergence of these hybrid inorganic-organic MOF-based materials. This is because these materials possess a series of key properties essential for bioapplications, such as minimal toxicity to living cells, intrinsic biodegradability, and possibility of synth...

Understanding the neurobiological effects of drug abuse: Lessons from zebrafish models.

Drug abuse and brain disorders related to drug comsumption are public health problems with harmful individual and social consequences. The identification of therapeutic targets and precise pharmacological treatments to these neuropsychiatric conditions associated with drug abuse are urgently needed. Understanding the link between neurobiological mechanisms and behavior is a key aspect of elucidating drug abuse-related targets. Due to various molecular, biochemical, pharmacological, and physiological feature...

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Pregnant Patients.

During pregnancy, there are several physiological changes during each trimester that can affect the absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination of drugs. Although, there is a potential need to understand the pharmacokinetics (PK) and pharmacodynamics (PD) of drugs in pregnant patients, therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) is not well established for various drug classes due to ethical and safety concerns regarding the neonate. Potential risks from in utero drug exposure to the fetus may impact growth...

Validity of International Classification of Diseases codes in identifying illicit drug use target conditions using medical record data as a reference standard: A systematic review.

The twenty-first century opioid crisis has spurred interest in using International Classification of Diseases (ICD) code algorithms to identify patients using illicit drugs from administrative healthcare data. We conducted a systematic review of studies that validated ICD code algorithms for illicit drug use against a reference standard of medical record data.

Cutaneous Drug Eruptions in Pediatrics-A Primer.

Cutaneous adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are commonly seen in the pediatric population in both inpatient and outpatient settings and are important to identify, evaluate, and appropriately manage. Early recognition and proper classification of a cutaneous drug reaction allows the clinician the ability to narrow in on a culprit drug and determine whether the medication is safe to continue. This review discusses the clinical presentation, categorization, and management of cutaneous ADRs in the pediatric populat...

Improving Acceptance of Background Noise with Sound Enrichment.

Acceptance of background noise serves as a means to predict likelihood of hearing aid success. Individuals that are able to accept background noise are more likely to be successful with hearing aids.

Concentrations levels and effects of 17alpha-Ethinylestradiol in freshwater and marine waters and bivalves: A review.

Pharmaceutical drugs are contaminants of emerging concern and are amongst the most frequent in the aquatic environment. Even though a vast literature indicate that pharmaceuticals exert negative impacts towards aquatic organisms, mainly in vertebrates, there is still limited information regarding the effects of these drugs in freshwater and marine bivalves. Marine bivalves have a high ecological and socio-economic value and are considered good bioindicator species in ecotoxicology and risk assessment progra...

Emerging modes-of-action in drug discovery.

An increasing focus on complex biology to cure diseases rather than merely treat symptoms has transformed how drug discovery can be approached. Instead of activating or blocking protein function, a growing repertoire of drug modalities can be leveraged or engineered to hijack cellular processes, such as translational regulation or degradation mechanisms. Drug hunters can therefore access a wider arsenal of modes-of-action to modulate biological processes and this review summarises these emerging strategies ...

Construction and application of targeted drug delivery system based on hyaluronic acid and heparin functionalised carbon dots.

Thrombosis is a main complication of cancer. It can increase the mortality of cancer patients. Therefore, the anticoagulant heparin (Hep) as an adjuvant therapy was introduced to the drug delivery system based on doxorubicin hydrochloride (DOX)-carbon dots (CDs)-Hyaluronic acid (HA), which obviously enhanced the blood compatibility of the system. Drug release process of the CDs-HA-Hep/DOX system was dual-responsive by HA and pH value. Results of in vitro MTT and scratch tests demonstrated that the drug deli...

Scale-up of electrospinning technology: Applications in the pharmaceutical industry.

Recently, electrospinning (ES) of fibers has been shown to be an attractive strategy for drug delivery. One of the main features of ES is that a wide variety of drugs can be loaded into the fibers to improve their bioavailability, to enhance dissolution, or to achieve controlled release. Besides, ES is a continuous technology with low energy consumption, which can make it a very economic production alternative to the widely used freeze drying and spray drying. However, the low production rate of laboratory-...

Pain coping, pain acceptance and analgesic use as predictors of health-related quality of life among women with primary dysmenorrhea.

Primary dysmenorrhea causes menstrual pain that affects women's quality of life (QoL) and analgesics are only moderately effective. Pain coping and pain acceptance influence QoL among people affected by other chronic pain conditions, so we examined pain coping, pain acceptance and analgesic use as predictors of QoL among women with primary dysmenorrhea.

Impact and relevance of alcohol dehydrogenase enantioselectivities on biotechnological applications.

Alcohol dehydrogenases (ADHs) catalyze the reversible reduction of a carbonyl group to its corresponding alcohol. ADHs are widely employed for organic synthesis due to their lack of harm to the environment, broad substrate acceptance, and high enantioselectivity. This review focuses on the impact and relevance of ADH enantioselectivities on their biotechnological application. Stereoselective ADHs are beneficial to reduce challenging ketones such as ketones owning two bulky substituents or similar-sized subs...

Muscle Toxicity of Drugs: When Medication Turns Physiology into Pathophysiology.

Drugs are prescribed to manage or prevent symptoms and diseases, but may sometimes cause unexpected toxicity to muscles. The symptomatology and clinical manifestations of the myotoxic reaction can vary significantly between drugs and between patients on the same drug. This poses a challenge on how to recognize and prevent the occurrence of drug-induced muscle toxicity. The key to appropriate management of myotoxicity is prompt recognition that the symptoms of patients may be drug-related and to be aware tha...

Balloon catheters and stents with paclitaxel: are they really dangerous? A review and update.

The aim of this review is to summarize and update current research concerning the safety of drug-coated balloons (DCBs) and drug-eluting stents (DESs) with paclitaxel (PTX) in peripheral arteries. The data from the large randomized controlled trials showed evidence of the superiority of DCBs over plain balloon angioplasty concerning efficacy. Also, the safety parameters between the two groups did not differ. However, two meta-analyses identifying an increased late mortality risk after using PTX technologies...

Introduction: Novel insights into TB research and drug discovery.

Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb), the causative agent of tuberculosis (TB), kills more people than any other bacterium. TB control is threatened by the continued spread of drug resistance; multi-drug and extensively drug resistant Mtb require longer, more costly, treatment with multiple drugs causing worse side effects and have a lower likelihood of treatment success. The urgent need for better treatment options for drug resistant Mtb has led the World Health Organization to prioritize development of not on...

Advances and challenges in metallic nanomaterial synthesis and antibacterial applications.

Multi-drug resistant bacterial infection has become one of the most serious threats to global public health. The preparation and application of new antibacterial materials are of great significance for solving the infection problem of bacteria, especially multi-drug resistant bacteria. The exceptional antibacterial effects of metal nanoparticles based on their unique physical and chemical properties make such systems ideal for application as antibacterial drug carriers or self-modified therapeutic agents bo...


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