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HIV prophylaxis and new weight loss drug approved

Changes to the label for dalfampridine (Ampyra) based on post-market adverse event reports of seizures in patients with multiple sclerosis. ... Additionally, patients who miss a dose should not take extra doses because it can increase seizure risk.
October 2012

Warnings on testosterone, new antibiotic approved

Photo by Thinkstock. A label change for varenicline (Chantix) warning about the drug's potential alcohol interaction, rare risk of seizures, and ongoing research into side effects on mood, behavior, or ... The risk of seizures should be weighed against
May 2015

Internists can help with alcohol misuse

Patients who are ready to do something about an alcohol use disorder may require detoxification, which can almost always be done as an outpatient if they've never had seizures or ... Koob said. Although not FDA-approved for alcohol use disorder, the
October 2015

Warning on rare but serious allergic reactions to antiseptic

older with certain seizure types when oral administration is temporarily not feasible.
April 2017

Polypill gets approval, fenofibric acid gets label change

Clobazam tablets (Onfi) for use as an adjunctive treatment for seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome in adults and children two years of age and older. ... The drug was granted orphan drug designation by the FDA based on effectiveness in two
January 2012

Small practices prepare for ACOs

Small practices are wondering how they will fit into the larger networks of accountable care organizations that are springing up nationwide. ... As accountable care organizations (ACOs) sprout up nationwide, some owners of small primary care practices
November 2012

Peanut butter recall issued, reminder for topical anesthetics

An advisory that improper use of topical anesthetics can lead to life-threatening side effects like irregular heartbeat, breathing problems, coma, seizures and deaths. ... Side effects may include diarrhea, nausea, fatigue and dizziness. Rufinamide
March 2009

An ode to Osler

On the other hand, we have molecular technology capable of creating new life forms for whatever purpose we see fit.
November 2019

Helping older patients 'age in place'

It's a good fit with the shift in health care to value, but the spending comes before the cost savings," she said.
May 2017

Digoxin, Biosite Triage Cardiac Panel, insulin pumps recalled

The drugs are used to treat epilepsy, psychiatric disorders, and other conditions like migraines. ... Others include seizures, cardiovascular disorders and rhabdomyolysis. A label update for erlotinib (Tarceva) to warn of reports of gastrointestinal
July 2009

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