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Warning on medication confusion, recalls due to sterility

Daclatasvir (Daklinza) for use with sofosbuvir to treat hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotype 3 infections.
October 2015

Six months post-disaster, challenges remain for Japanese medicine

Finally, this issue also includes two articles on combating hepatitis. The first gives an overview of a recently launched federal initiative that targets primary care physicians as vital partners in fighting ... Begun to improve care for patients with
September 2011

Internists can help with alcohol misuse

More severe disorders can cause loss of brain cells in the frontal cortex and hippocampus, increased incidence of cancer and lung disease, and alcoholic hepatitis, said George Koob, PhD, director of
October 2015

Warnings about topical antiseptics, nuclear stress test agents

Simeprevir (Olysio), to treat chronic hepatitis C virus infection. A protease inhibitor, it is to be used as a component of combination antiviral treatment in adults with compensated liver disease, including
February 2014

Pearls aid treatment of opioid dependence

It decreases illicit opioid use, criminal activity and hepatitis/HIV seroconversion, and it improves birth outcomes,” he said.“ So it's not perfect, but it is very helpful in terms of
June 2010

Warning about mixing protease inhibitors with statins

Co-administration of HIV or hepatitis C protease inhibitors with certain statins can increase the risk of myopathy/rhabdomyolysis.
May 2012

New labeling on long-acting opioids, fluoroquinolones

Common side effects include insomnia and headache. Serious side effects include hypersensitivity reactions and abnormal liver function in participants co-infected with hepatitis B or C.
November 2013

Leflunomide gets boxed warning, ARBs under review

The first rapid blood test for antibodies to the hepatitis C virus for individuals 15 years and older.
September 2010

Risks of diclofenac sodium, fosamprenavir calcium detailed

Cases of drug-induced hepatotoxicity and hepatic problems including liver necrosis, jaundice, fulminant hepatitis with and without jaundice, and liver failure have been reported.
February 2010

Making opiates safe, efficient in the office

Another important red flag is a medical history of chronic hepatitis C, the vast majority of which is acquired through drug abuse.“ The presence of history of drug abuse should be
June 2012

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