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Digital therapeutics is an evidence-based intervention using high-quality software, with the sole purpose of treatment. As many healthcare systems are encountering high demands of quality outcomes, the need for digital therapeutics is gradually increasing in the clinical field. We conducted review of the implications of digital therapeutics in the treatment of neurological deficits for stroke patients. The implications of digital therapeutics have been discussed in four domains: cognition, speech and aphasi...
The progression of chemically modified mRNA therapeutics through development pipelines is accelerating for many disease indications and the need to assess these analytes is becoming more routine for the pharmaceutical industry and contract research organizations. This article describes some of the challenges and strategies for performing regulated bioanalysis of modified mRNA therapeutics by comparing the two main analytical approaches - quantitative reverse transcription PCR and branched DNA.
Food restriction triggers a lowering in body temperature. A new study now provides a mechanism for this process that relies on opioid signaling in the hypothalamus. These observations suggest potential new therapeutics for obesity.
To summarize all available data on targeting angiotensinogen with RNA-based therapeutics as a new tool to combat cardiovascular diseases.
For >2 decades, EP agonists have been the subject of antiglaucoma research and development by scientists in industry and academia around the world. The road has led to the recent approval of the first drug of this class. This article reviews the development of EP agonists from conception to clinical approval, discussing pharmacology, structure, biodistribution, therapeutics, and drug delivery. An extensive list of source references is provided for the reader's benefit.
Novel hearing therapeutics are rapidly progressing along the innovation pathway and into the clinical trial domain. Because these trials are new to the hearing community, they come with challenges in terms of trial design, regulation and delivery. In this paper, we address the key scientific and operational issues and outline the opportunities for interdisciplinary and international collaboration these trials offer. Vital to the future successful implementation of these therapeutics is to evaluate their pot...
Many drugs used in medical therapeutics are able to save human lives. Unfortunately, many such drugs have also led to the death of patients. This fact raises important issues discussed in light of a number of cases taken from cardiovascular therapeutics. Medical therapeutics currently includes a vast number of different types of interventions, including drugs, devices, surgery, and diets. In what regards drugs, we currently use molecules with profound influences on the human body-some of which leading occas...
As part of the 14th International Symposium on Ocular and Pharmacological Therapeutics, a unique panel was gathered to discuss two cardinal questions related to the treatment of glaucoma, peeking into the future: (1) What shape and form will glaucoma medical treatment have five and fifteen years from today, and (2) Will personalized medicine be commonly used five years from now. For each of the questions, we assigned an "optimist" and "pessimist" who provided the assigned point of view, for a total of 4 dis...
Dystonia is a movement disorder characterized by involuntary muscle contractions, twisting movements, and abnormal postures that may affect one or multiple body regions. Dystonia is the third most common movement disorder after Parkinson's disease and essential tremor. Despite its relative frequency, small molecule therapeutics for dystonia are limited. Development of new therapeutics is further hampered by the heterogeneity of both clinical symptoms and etiologies in dystonia. Recent advances in both anima...
Although several experimental therapeutics for Ebola virus disease (EVD) have been developed, the safety and efficacy of the most promising therapies need to be assessed in the context of a randomized, controlled trial.
Myeloid derived macrophages play a key role in many human diseases, and their therapeutic modulation via pharmacological means is receiving considerable attention. Of particular interest is the fact that these cells are i) dynamic phenotypes well suited to therapeutic manipulation and ii) phagocytic, allowing them to be efficiently targeted with nanoformulations. However, it is important to consider that macrophages represent heterogeneous populations of subtypes with often competing biological behaviors an...
Lassa virus (LASV) is an emerging zoonotic virus endemic in West Africa that can cause severe haemorrhagic Lassa fever (LF) in humans. LF recently gained international attention as a prominent infectious disease, leading to increasingly severe outbreaks in Nigeria over the past three years. Morbidity and mortality associated with LF disease in Nigeria continue to rise with 106 deaths reported in 2016, 143 in 2017 and 562 in 2018. Despite the significant health impact LF imposes on West Africa there are curr...
With improved screening and the advent of many novel therapeutics, patients with cancer are living longer and often surviving their disease. Cardiovascular complications have significant impact on both short- and long-term morbidity and mortality in these patients. While a great deal of attention has been paid to cardiomyopathy and heart failure, many other cardiotoxicities can occur, often at higher rates. Arrhythmias are a particularly common cardiovascular complication of cancer therapeutics and can rang...
Ebolavirus (EBOV) outbreaks, while sporadic, cause tremendous morbidity and mortality. No therapeutics or vaccines are currently licensed; however, a vaccine has shown promise in clinical trials. A critical step towards development of effective therapeutics is a better understanding of factors that govern host susceptibility to this pathogen. As macrophages are an important cell population targeted during virus replication, we explore the effect of cytokine polarization on macrophage infection.
The recently developed CRISPR/Cas9 technology has revolutionized the genome engineering field. Since 2016, increasing number of studies regarding CRISPR therapeutics have entered clinical trials, most of which are focusing on the ex vivo genome editing. In this review, we highlight the ex vivo cell-based CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing for therapeutic applications. In these studies, CRISPR/Cas9 tools were used to edit cells in vitro and the successfully edited cells were considered as therapeutics, which can be ...
Increased healthcare and pharmaceutical understanding has led to the eradication of many childhood, infectious and preventable diseases; however, we are now experiencing the impact of aging disorders as the lifespan increases. These disorders have already become a major burden on society and threaten to become a defining challenge of our generation. Indications such as Alzheimer's disease gain headlines and have focused the thinking of many towards dementia and cognitive decline in aging. Indications relate...
To assess the long-term anatomical and functional findings in patients with symptomatic vitreomacular traction (VMT), with or without full thickness macular hole (FTMH), after eye treatment with intravitreal ocriplasmin injection (IOI). This longitudinal case series includes 51 eyes from 51 symptomatic patients with VMT (
Topics change as time flows. This is especially true in retinal therapeutics that merely 25 years ago was mainly a surgical field and in two decades has been transformed into a classic pharmacologic medical field. That said, the classic questions of pharmacology such as pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, dosing and delivery systems currently engage most retina specialists. It was therefore easy for us to focus the 2018 ISOPT Clinical retinal discussions on delivery systems, drug efficacy and classic questi...