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Azithromycin gets warning, incretin mimetics investigated

This may lead to hemorrhaging or a seizure, as well as death.
May 2013

For hypertension, how low to go?

Krumholz said.“ It's wrong to impose a one-size-fits-all on any of this, especially when there is some uncertainty around the evidence,” he said.
April 2014

Generic pioglitazone, new HIV combination pill approved

Seizures occurred in approximately 1% of those taking the drug. The FDA is currently conducting a safety review of codeine after reports of children developing serious adverse effects or dying after
November 2012

Sports internists treat players as patients

Dr. Shah said her professional athletes tend to be fit, active, lean and motivated,“ and they for the most part adhere to the advice that you give them.
October 2011

Digging into the causes and fixes of resistant hypertension

Another novel option is neuromodulation, which has been used for refractory angina, pain management, Parkinson's disease, migraine, and epilepsy, Dr.
September 2016

FDA updates boxed warnings for rosiglitazone, other drugs

It can be used alone or with other medications to treat partial seizures.
January 2008

Recalls expanded on defibrillators, infusion pumps

tube may not fit securely within the endotracheal tube (ET) connector, possibly resulting in the product becoming disconnected from the patient ET tube.
July 2010

Warnings issued for antiepileptics, bowel prep, efalizumab

A warning and label change about an increased risk of suicidality with all 20 approved antiepileptic drugs, including those used to treat conditions besides epilepsy.
February 2009

The timing is right, and possibly expandable, for giving tPA

If you are unlucky enough to have a stroke at the ripe old age of 34, you have the additional bad luck of possibly being misdiagnosed because you don't fit ... a seizure; and a 48-year-old with blurred vision, an off-balance walk and trouble speaking was
April 2009

Recalls for arrhythmia drug, infusion pumps, defibrillators

The alert list now includes 72 products, whose undeclared ingredients like fenproporex, fluoxetine and furosemide may cause high blood pressure, seizures, tachycardia, palpitations, heart attack and stroke.
May 2009

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