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New Report Examines Drug Shortages.

How do drug shortages affect dermatologists?

Insights on planning for and managing drug product shortages.

Letter to the editor - Factual inaccuracies of the article Causes of drug shortages in the legal pharmaceutical framework.

Childhood abuse as a risk factor for injection drug use: A systematic review of observational studies.

Childhood abuse is a public health challenge with lifelong impacts, including future drug use. However, previous research has been mixed regarding impacts on injection drug use. This systematic review examines the impact of childhood abuse (sexual, physical and emotional) on adult injection drug use.

Prescription opioid misuse among heterosexual versus lesbian, gay, and bisexual military veterans: Evidence from the 2015-2017 national survey of drug use and health.

Little research examines risks of opioid misuse among military veterans, particularly among minority military veterans. The present study examines lifetime and past 12-month prescription opioid misuse among heterosexual versus non-heterosexual military veterans in the United States.

USP General Chapter <800> and Its Impact on Nursing Practice.

The Infusion Nurses Society (INS) and the Journal of Infusion Nursing (JIN) editors are pleased to debut Pharmacology Report, a recurring bimonthly column authored by Susan Kleppin, RPh, FASHP. Susan is an accomplished pharmacist in health-system pharmacy with significant experience in infusion therapy. Her column will discuss relevant pharmacology topics, including medications new to market, safe handling for hazardous drugs, and managing drug shortages. INS and JIN extend Susan a warm welcome.

Drug overdose among women in intimate relationships: The role of partner violence, adversity and relationship dependencies.

This study examines the relationship between experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV), exposure to prior childhood adversity, lifetime adverse experiences, drug-related relationship dependencies with intimate partners and overdose, hospitalization for drug use, friends and family members who overdosed and witnessing overdose.

Strategies Used by Adults With Diagnosed Diabetes to Reduce Their Prescription Drug Costs, 2017-2018.

In 2018, 10.1% of adults aged 18 and over had diagnosed diabetes (1). The majority of those with diabetes take medication for this condition (2). Compared with those without diabetes, adults with diagnosed diabetes experience higher out-of-pocket costs for prescription medications (3) and cost-related, medication nonadherence behaviors (4). Adults have used several strategies to reduce the costs of prescription drugs, including not taking medication as prescribed and asking their doctor for a lower-cost med...

Electronic cigarettes: Ever use, current use and attitudes among alcohol and other drug clients.

Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are becoming popular and may be a potential harm reduction and quit smoking aid for people who use other drugs. Data on e-cigarette use and perceptions among people who use drugs is limited. The current study examines tobacco smoking status, use and attitudes towards e-cigarettes among people in drug and alcohol treatment.

How to Qualify Container Closure Systems for Intended Use, Part 2: Choosing the Right Components for Container Closure Systems.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulates outsourcing facilities with the same stringency they apply towards drug manufacturers. This means that outsourcing facilities, who must navigate the changing regulatory landscape to achieve and maintain 503B status, must now focus on qualifying container closure systems for their intended use. This article, the second in a two-part series, examines component selection and methods for demonstrating that the container closure system will protect and maintain the...

Is time elapsed between cannabis use and sleep start time associated with sleep continuity? An experience sampling method.

A substantial proportion of people using cannabis report using it to improve sleep. Yet, little research exists on the associations between the timing of cannabis use and sleep. This study examines the time elapsed between cannabis use and sleep start time and its association with two of the main indicators of sleep continuity: (1) sleep onset latency (SOL) and (2) number of awakenings (NOA) throughout the night.

Quantitative evaluation of liposomal doxorubicin and its metabolites in spheroids.

Accurate measurement and understanding of therapeutic uptake and metabolism is key in the drug development process. This work examines the amount of doxorubicin that can penetrate into spheroids after being encapsulated in a liposomal configuration in comparison with free drug. Through a process known as serial trypsinization, three distinct cellular populations of a spheroid were successfully separated and a small molecule extraction was used to isolate the chemotherapeutic. Doxorubicin showed a time-depen...

Fatal Necrotizing Soft-Tissue Infection Caused by in an Injecting Drug User: A Case Report.

The aim of this brief report is to raise awareness of necrotizing soft-tissue infections caused by in intravenous drug users, highlight the potentially unique dangers of this infection in this specific patient population, and outline the course of treatment currently considered the standard of care.

Prescription drug monitoring programs operational characteristics and fatal heroin poisoning.

Prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMP), by reducing access to prescribed opioids (POs), may contribute to a policy environment in which some people with opioid dependence are at increased risk for transitioning from POs to heroin/other illegal opioids. This study examines how PDMP adoption and changes in the characteristics of PDMPs over time contribute to changes in fatal heroin poisoning in counties within states from 2002 to 2016.

Catatonia Due to Tacrolimus Toxicity 16 Years After Renal Transplantation: Case Report and Literature Review.

Tacrolimus, a potent posttransplant immunosuppressant, has been associated with major neuropsychiatric complications, including catatonia and psychosis. We report a novel case of tacrolimus-induced encephalopathy that developed 16 years after renal transplantation while the drug was at a therapeutic level. Discontinuation of tacrolimus and switching to an alternative immunosuppressant resulted in significant clinical improvement over 1 week. Our experience illustrates the possibility of acute neurotoxicity ...

Prevalence and correlates of carrying naloxone among a community-based sample of opioid-using people who inject drugs.

Overdose prevention programs are effective at reducing opioid overdose deaths through training people who inject drugs (PWID) how to respond to witnessed overdoses and use naloxone. This report examines prevalence and correlates of carrying naloxone among a community-based sample of PWID.

Illegal drug use and prospective memory: A systematic review.

Illegal drug use is proposed to interfere with neurobiological functioning by damaging the neurotransmitter communication systems that are believed to be responsible for cognitive abilities, including perception, attention, and memory. This review specifically examined effects of illegal drug use on prospective memory (PM) - memory for future actions. Twenty- seven studies spanning 14 years were included in this review which were divided into two broad categories based on testing methods used: self-report a...

Increasing heroin, cocaine, and buprenorphine arrests reported to the Maine Diversion Alert Program.

The opioid overdose crisis is especially pronounced in Maine. The Diversion Alert Program (DAP) was developed to combat illicit drug use and prescription drug diversion by facilitating communication between law enforcement and health care providers with the goal of limiting drug-related harms and criminal behaviors. Our objectives in this report were to analyze 2014-2017 DAP for: (1) trends in drug arrests and, (2) differences in arrests by offense, demographics (sex and age) and by region.

Water shortages loom for Asia's new power plants.

Sociocultural aspects of drug dependency during early pregnancy and considerations for screening: Case studies of social networks and structural violence.

To contribute in closing the current gap in literature that holistically examines sociocultural influences on perinatal drug dependency. This article draws from social network theory and structural violence to qualitatively consider the contextual components of addiction and substance use during pregnancy, which purposefully moves away from situating this issue from solely being within the contexts of pathologized disorders or products of social inequalities.

Doxorubicin and cyclophosphamide-induced parotitis: A case report.

Drug-induced parotitis is a rare adverse drug reaction (ADR). A comprehensive literature review identified only three clearly associated medications: L-asparaginase, clozapine and phenylbutazone.

Medicines shortages.

Clinically significant drug-drug interaction between tacrolimus and fluconazole in stable renal transplant recipient and literature review.

Clinical use of fluconazole against fungal infections in renal transplant patients is complicated by the potentially marked and unpredictable drug-drug interactions (DDIs). We report a case of tacrolimus-fluconazole DDI in a stable renal transplant recipient and describe the mechanism, magnitude and duration of this DDI through a literature review.

Tackling staff shortages.

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