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Patient advocacy organizations' information for patients on pre-approval access to investigational treatments.

To evaluate the availability of information regarding patient access to investigational treatments through clinical trials and non-trial pre-approval access pathways from a sample of patient advocacy organization (PAO) websites in the United States.


Duloxetine for pain in fibromyalgia in adults: a systematic review and a meta - analysis.

The objective of this systematic review was to assess the analgesic efficacy of duloxetine (DLX) for fibromyalgia (FM) and find which dosage between 60mg/d DLX and 120mg/d DLX was more suitable for clinical application. A systematic search through multiple databases (Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL), ProQuest, Pubmed) was conducted from 2000 until March 7, 2019. All steps were performed by two or more independent reviewers. A meta-analysis was performed to report the effects of DLX ...

Airway management, symptom relief and best supportive care in anaplastic thyroid cancer.

Anaplastic thyroid cancer (ATC) is a rare but aggressive form of thyroid cancer that is associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Because ATC is locally invasive, airway management is a critical component of treating these patients. Timely decisions regarding airway interventions can contribute to symptom relief and supportive care for patients. Over the last decade, there has been a paradigm shift in our recommendations for airway management. The purpose of this review is to summarize airway man...


RESPIRATORY AND SYMPTOMATIC IMPACT OF ASCITES RELIEF BY PARACENTESIS IN PATIENTS WITH HEPATIC CIRRHOSIS.

Liver cirrhosis is a highly prevalent disease that, at an advanced stage, usually causes ascites and associated respiratory changes. However, there are few studies evaluating and quantifying the impact of ascites and its relief through paracentesis on lung function and symptoms such as fatigue and dyspnea in cirrhotic patients.

Does transdermal fentanyl work in patients with low BMI? Patient-reported outcomes of pain and percent pain relief in cancer patients on transdermal fentanyl.

Low body mass index (BMI) is suspected of being associated with low transdermal fentanyl (TDF) blood levels and worse pain relief. Clinical pain data to support this claim are lacking.

The NEW-HOPE study and emerging therapies for difficult-to-control and resistant hypertension.

Despite the availability of numerous approved antihypertensive drugs, difficult-to-control and resistant hypertension are persistent and are major risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Emerging and investigational treatments that are currently being explored to target hypertension include firibrastat, empagliflozin and interventional procedures, including improved approaches to renal artery denervation and a novel baroreceptor device implantation. Firibrastat is an investigational drug that specifically ...

Oversight of Right-to-Try and Expanded Access Requests for Off-Trial Access to Investigational Drugs.

For decades, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has provided an "expanded access" pathway that allows patients who meet qualifying conditions to gain access outside a clinical trial to an investigational medical product being tested to see if it is safe and effective for a specific use. The Right to Try (RTT) Act, enacted in 2018, created a second mechanism for off-trial, or non-trial, access to investigational drugs. In contrast to the expanded access pathway, the federal RTT pathway does not requ...

Spirituality In Cancer Patients On Phase 1 Clinical Trials.

Patients with cancer who are at a transition to Phase I investigational treatments have been identified as an underserved population with regard to palliative care. This disease transition is often accompanied by spiritual and existential concerns. The study objective was to conduct a secondary analysis of data from a larger study testing a palliative care intervention. This paper reports the findings of this secondary focus on the spiritual needs of this population.

Preferences to Receive Information about Palliative Care for Adult Patients.

This research study aimed to describe preferences about factors related to receiving information regarding medical treatments and palliative care (PC) options for adult patients with a poor prognosis and/or their primary decision maker. A single-group descriptive study design and content analysis were utilized. Seven trained registered nurse (RN) study team members conducted interviews to obtain narrative data. All study participants preferred to learn PC services earlier in the illness trajectory and desir...

Controversial treatments: an updated understanding of the Coronavirus Disease 2019.

An outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection has posed significant threats to international health and the economy. In the absence of specific treatment for this virus, there is an urgent need to learn from the experience and lessons in China. To reduce the case-fatality rate among COVID-19 patients, we should not ignore the complications, such as RNAaemia, acute respiratory distress syndrome, and multiple organ dysfunction. To help understand the advantages ...

Decision-Analytic Modeling for Time-Effectiveness of the Sequence of Induction Treatments for Moderate to Severe Plaque Psoriasis.

Systemic psoriasis treatments vary in efficacy and cost but also in time until onset of action. Patients with no response to a first induction treatment are typically switched to another, and some patients require several treatments before they see an improvement.

Investigational drugs for the treatment of binge eating disorder (BED): an update.

: Binge eating disorder (BED) is the most common eating disorder and is frequently associated with psychiatric and medical comorbidities and functional impairment. Although psychological treatments have been the cornerstones of BED treatment, pharmacologic interventions also play an important part of the multimodal management of this condition.: This review examines investigational, approved and other pharmacological agents for the treatment of BED. We searched PubMed and clinicaltrials.gov to identify phar...

Tolerance to cephalosporins and carbapenems in penicillin allergic patients.

Successful resection of giant abdominal hemophilic pseudotumor: Surgical treatment and follow-up outcomes in one single center.

Giant abdominal hemophilic pseudotumor is exceedingly rare, thus may bring great challenges to the timely and proper diagnosis and treatment of clinicians. The only definitive management is complete removal of the abdominal hemophilic pseudotumor. The objective of this article is to report surgical treatment and follow-up outcomes of three unusual cases with giant abdominal hemophilic pseudotumor.We describe 3 patients with giant hemophilic pseudotumor involving the abdomen who were successfully treated wit...

Assessment of efficacy of oseltamivir-azithromycin combination therapy in prevention of influenza-a (H1N1) infection complications and rapidity of symptom relief.

: This study aimed to assess the efficacy of Oseltamivir-Azithromycin combination therapy for prevention of Influenza-A(H1)pdm09 infection associated complications and early relief of influenza symptoms.: In a retrospective observational cohort study, Influenza-A(H1)pdm09 infection hospitalized patients were identified and divided into two groups based on the initial therapy. Group-AV patients were initiated on Oseltamivir without any antibiotic in treatment regimen while Group-AV+AZ patients were initiated...

A comparative study of the efficacy of NAXOZOL compared to celecoxib in patients with osteoarthritis.

Selective cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitors (celecoxib) can minimize the gastrointestinal complications related to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) use. NAXOZOL is a new combination formulation designed to provide sequential delivery of a non-enteric-coated, immediate-release esomeprazole strontium tetrahydrate 20 mg mantle followed by an enteric-coated naproxen 500 mg core. However, there have been no studies comparing NAXOZOL to celecoxib with respect to gastrointestinal tract protection and pain re...

Efficacy of intraperitoneal bupivacaine, hydrocortisone, and magnesium sulfate in different combinations for pain relief after laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy: a double-blind randomized controlled trial.

We aimed to assess the efficacy of intraperitoneal different combinations for postoperative pain relief in patients undergoing laparoscopic unilateral ovarian cystectomy.

Defining and targeting wild-type BRCA high-grade serous ovarian cancer: DNA repair and cell cycle checkpoints.

: Molecular analyses including molecular descriptor/phenotype interactions have led to better characterization of epithelial ovarian cancer patients, including a definition of a BRCA wild-type (BRCAwt) phenotype. Understanding how and when to use agents targeted against dependent BRCAwt pathways or other molecular events at disease progression is an important translational and therapeutic direction in ovarian cancer research. : In this overview, we provide definitions and descriptions of a BRCAwt genotype a...

When Patients Appear in the News: Clinical Considerations for Mental Health Professionals.

News media have proliferated across digital platforms, print, radio, television, and other outlets, and mental health professionals may unintentionally learn information about their patients from these sources. Although these kinds of discoveries can pose complex clinical challenges to mental health professionals, there is hardly any literature on this topic, and clinicians may feel alone when facing these situations. Using several case examples, this article examines ways in which mental health professiona...

An evaluation of the different types of labor pain relief, preferred methods of pain relief, and effects of social media on awareness and knowledge among pregnant women. A cross-sectional study in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

To evaluate the attitudes of pregnant women towards different forms of labor pain relief, preferred methods of pain relief, and the effects of social media on their awareness and knowledge.

Doctor recommendations are related to patient interest and use of behavioral treatment for chronic pain and addiction.

The opioid crisis has highlighted the importance of improving patients' access to behavioral treatments for chronic pain and addiction. What is not known is if patients are interested in receiving these treatments. In this cross-sectional study, over 1000 participants with chronic pain were surveyed using an anonymous online questionnaire on Amazon Mechanical Turk (Mturk) to investigate participants' use of and interest in pharmacological and behavioral treatments for chronic pain and addiction. Participant...

Opioid-induced Euphoria Among Emergency Department Patients With Acute Severe Pain: An Analysis of Data From a Randomized Trial.

Parenteral opioids are commonly used to treat acute severe pain. We measured pleasurable sensations in patients administered intravenous analgesics to determine if these sensations were associated with receipt of an opioid, after controlling for relief of pain. Pleasurable sensations not accounted for by relief of pain were considered opioid-induced euphoria.

Reward, Relief and Habit Drinking: Initial Validation of a Brief Assessment Tool.

Alcohol use disorder is highly heterogeneous. One approach to understanding this heterogeneity is the identification of drinker subtypes. A candidate classification consists of reward and relief subtypes. The current study examines a novel self-report measure of reward, relief, and habit drinking for its clinical correlates and subjective response (SR) to alcohol administration.

Non-pharmacological treatments for osteoarthritis: unavoidable and essential.

The optimal treatment of osteoarthritis requires the combination of pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments. The non-pharmacological treatments recommended by the medical and scientific associations are information, education, weight management (especially in case of overweight) and physical activity. Antalgic and anti-inflammatory pharmacological treatments should be used to facilitate the recovery and regular physical activity that is central in the management of osteoarthritis patients. It sho...

Lack of Availability and Efficacy of Phase I and Basket Trials for Patients with Gastrointestinal Cancers.

In the modern era of targeted and immune-based therapies, investigator and patient expectations of availability and efficacy in phase I trials have increased. We assessed availability of, and benefit from, early drug development trials, specifically in patients with gastrointestinal cancers. We reviewed computerized referral records of the Early Drug Development Service at our institution to identify patients internally referred from our Gastrointestinal Oncology Service in calendar year 2018. End points we...


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