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Patients with military-related, chronic posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and symptoms that were not improved with use of an antidepressant medication did not experience a reduction in PTSD symptoms with use of the antipsychotic medication risperidone.
The one-stop pharmacology reference for health science students is now available in a third edition written expressly for the Australasian region. Sydney, New South Wales (PRWEB) June 13, 2011 Elsevier Australia has released a fully-updated local edition of popular pharmacology textbook, Pharmacology for Health Professionals. Expertly authored by Bronwen Bryant and Kathleen Knights, this third edition builds on the success of its predecessors, and reinforces the titleâ€™s renown as the...
BRIDGEWATER, N.J., April 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Pharmacotherapy research is set to become vastly more accessible for all those who seek it.
Americans and Canadians are getting vastly different search results when they look up prescription drug information online.
A Henry Ford Hospital study has found that a pharmacist-directed anticoagulation service improves the way medication is managed for patients with heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT), a common but life-threatening thromboembolic disorder.
A new study from Kaiser Permanente Colorado is one of the first to show that an intensive population management program that matches heart disease patients to personal nurses and clinical pharmacy specialists not only reduces the risk of death but reduces health care costs as well.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Inc.
UB program lowered A1C levels in diabetics and cut monthly costs by $212 per patient.
Suicidal adolescents who were prescribed an antidepressant medication during inpatient psychiatric hospital treatment were 85 percent less likely than others to be readmitted within a month after discharge, a new study found.
People who have high blood pressure or heart disease should avoid consuming energy drinks, according to a Henry Ford Hospital study to be published online Wednesday in the Annals of Pharmacotherapy.
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