Medication

Many common drugs can raise your blood pressure

There is a long list of prescribed medications, as well as over the counter medications and recreational substances and supplements, which can interfere with effective treatment of hypertension. In addition to drugs containing estrogen and NSAIDs, the list includes widely used drugs like antidepressants and oral steroids such as cortisone; …

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HISA announces suspension of negotiations with USADA

The Horse Racing Integrity and Safety Authority announced on December 23 the suspension of negotiations regarding the potential future role of the United States Anti-Doping Agency as an independent agency for the enforcement of the doping control program. and medicinal HISA. The suspension comes about six months before the implementation …

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FDA approves first long-lasting HIV drug for PrEP, but there’s a catch

TThe FDA has approved the first injectable drug to protect against the transmission of HIV. Apretude is injected every two months, which distinguishes it from the existing drugs Truvada and Descovy, which are taken orally once a day. It also costs $ 3,700 per dose. Clinical trials have shown Apretude …

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NHS 2021 prescriptions: Scrapping free drugs to hurt over 60s and unpaid caregivers | Personal Finances | Finance

Specifically, Age UK is sounding the alarm bell that unpaid caregivers, many of whom are over 60, will be affected by the policy change. Recent government proposals include aligning access to free prescriptions with the 66-year-old state pension. As a result, many people who would have been entitled to free …

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El Dorado police warn of fentanyl-containing drugs as overdoses increase

EL DORADO, Ark. (KNOE) – Authorities say there has been a significant increase in overdoses in the Union County area in recent months. According to the El Dorado Police Department, several of these overdoses were due to prescription drugs containing fentanyl, a very dangerous combination. As an added danger, police …

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Dangerous care delays to come if more insurers implement “white bag” policies

Consider the following scenario: A cancer patient presents to a community oncology clinic for her regular chemotherapy treatment. After completing the pre-treatment assessment, the oncologist determines that the patient’s dose needs to be adjusted. Maybe they need a higher dose than we used to give – a fairly common occurrence …

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Pearl Daily Medicine: Belzutifan (Welireg)

Belzutifan is indicated for the treatment of adult patients with von Hippel-Lindau disease who require treatment for associated renal carcinoma, central nervous system hemangioblastomas or pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors. Medication Pearl of the day: Belzutifan (Welireg) Indication: Belzutif is a hypoxia-inducible factor inhibitor indicated for the treatment of adult patients with …

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Lottie’s Medications Explained (Is It Real?)

In Showtime’s Yellowjackets, Lottie runs out of meds in Episode 3. What is Lottie taking and what does this mean for the rest of the series? In the new Showtime series Yellow jackets, football player Charlotte (aka Lottie) is prescribed a drug called Loxipene – but what is the drug …

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She aborted her baby because of the Lovenox drugs… a doctor’s cry shortens the suffering of the patients!

December 10, 2021 She carried him in her womb and watched him grow inside her with joy and patience. She who had suffered from miscarriages received the news of her pregnancy with enthusiasm and gratitude. 4 months ago, health care to avoid painful loss that she could not bear, but …

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HISA Submits Draft Track Safety Rules to FTC

The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority submitted draft track safety rules to the Federal Trade Commission on December 6 for review, public comment and final approval, as it aims to meet its scheduled launch date of July 1, 2022 to oversee medication, drug testing and safety. problems in sport. The …

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