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Sharp Facts Trichomoniasis What is the treatment for trichomoniasis

Trichomoniasis can usually be cured with the prescription drug metronidazole given by mouth in a single dose. The symptoms of trichomoniasis in infected men may disappear within a few weeks without treatment. However, an infected man, even a man who has never had symptoms or whose symptoms have stopped, can continue to infect a female partner until he has been treated. Therefore, both partners should be treated at the same time to eliminate the parasite. Persons being treated for trichomoniasis should avoid sex until they and their sex partners complete treatment and have no symptoms. Metronidazole can be used by pregnant women.

Comparison of Consequences of Overdose of SSRIs versus Other Antidepressant Agents

Comparing the toxicity of antidepressants in overdose is not a simple matter because the mechanisms of toxicity vary between classes of drugs and also between individual drugs in the different classes. Animal experiments often give a strong indication of potential toxicity and, in some cases, correlate well with the estimates of human toxicity, but their predictive value for newly marketed drugs cannot be relied upon. Epidemiological studies from several countries have provided evidence of marked differences in overdose toxicity between drug groups and, in some cases, between individual drugs, with some of the older tricyclic drugs being the most toxic. Eighty percent of all deaths arising from overdose of antidepressant medication in the UK are caused by two TCAs amitriptyline and dothiepin. These drugs are each associated with around 50 overdose deaths per million prescriptions while the TCAs as a group are associated with 36 deaths per million prescriptions in Britain.35 Taken...

Monoamine Releasing Agents

These drugs are also categorized as stimulants and primarily include amphetamine, methylphenidate, and pemoline. They cause the release and weakly block the reuptake of NE, DA, and 5-HT. Amphetamine was available on an over-the-counter basis until the FDA reclassified it as a prescription drug in 1938 and further restricted its availability in 1951 due to widespread misuse and abuse (Grinspoon and Hedbloom, 1975).

Monamine Oxidase Inhibitors MAOIs

The lethality of older MAOIs does not arise from membrane stabilizing activity41 and is not due to their ability to interact with substances such as tyramine to produce a hypertensive crisis (the 'cheese' reaction). Features of overdose have been well known for many years and described by Blackwell in 1981.60 The MAOIs cause a gradual increase in muscle tone until the patient has severe spasms of all muscle groups, which can lead to excessive heat production and death from hyperthermia.62 It is now apparent that these features represent a serotonergic syndrome and careful management can prevent a fatal outcome.62 This may explain why the apparent overdose fatality has fallen over the years. Another explanation might be that numbers of prescriptions for the older MAOIs have fallen. The decrease in their popularity is likely to reduce the actual number of attempted and completed suicides using MAOIs and reduce the statistical significance of FTI values.

Provision Of Supplementary Fluids To Breast Fed Infants And Later Breast Feeding Success

Abstract It has been shown that altering hospital policies in a way to avoid interference of routine prescriptions with initiation of breast feeding and to provide active encouragement to mothers and personnel can result in significant benefit for later breast feeding success. It is less clear, however, which of the elements of a promotional programme such as UNICEF WHO's ten steps to successful breast feeding are absolutely essential and which can be adapted to local cultural habits.

How Thyroid Disease Impacts Obesity

The key to managing thyroid disease in obese people is to treat all problems at once treat the thyroid problem as well as obesity and other health complications. In this way, many thyroid specialists see themselves as a primary care doctor. It's not unusual for the thyroid doctor to initiate prescriptions for thyroid hormone, cholesterol and blood pressure-lowering medications, as well as the most important prescription going to the type of program that emphasizes calorie-counting (such as Weight Watchers). Essentially, restoring thyroid function to the obese individual may not contribute so much to a sense of well-being without also achieving weight loss.

Other Antiobesity Pills

In 2000, an antiobesity pill that blocks the absorption of almost one-third of the fat people eat was approved. Unfortunately, this prescription drug, called orlistat (Xenical), can cause diarrhea when the fat content in your meal exceeds 20 percent. In the absence of thyrotoxicosis, to avoid the drug's side effects, simply avoid fat In the presence of thyrotoxicosis it is likely that usual problems with frequent bowel movements will become much worse. Critics of this medication are concerned that it can decrease absorption of vitamin D and other important nutrients.

SSRIs Current and Future Status

If one accepts the premise that genuinely improved antidepressants will enter the market over the next 5-7 years, the question then becomes, will they be commercially successful The outcome here is dependent on several key factors. The size of the marketing investment and sales force will be critical. Having a better alternative to the SSRIs is not enough, opinion leaders, psychiatrists, general practitioners and the public must be aware of this fact and accept it. In view of the broad acceptance and satisfaction with the SSRIs, this will be a very difficult process to manage and it is one which could only be attempted by a major pharmaceutical industry player, preferably one with an established position in the antidepressants market, e.g., Lilly, Pfizer, SmithKline-Beecham. Evidence for this comes from the observation that although Solvay-Duphar launched fluvoxamine before Lilly's fluoxetine, it was the pharmaceutical industry giant, Lilly, which revolutionized the antidepressants...

The Impact of Technology on Thinking in Medicine

As the basis for many medical decisions, diagnostic reasoning requires collecting, understanding, and using many types of patient information, such as history, laboratory results, symptoms, prescriptions, images, and so on. It is affected by the expertise of the clinicians and the way the information is acquired, stored, processed, and presented. If we consider clinicians as rational decision makers, the format of a display, as long as it contains the same information, should not affect the outcome of the reasoning and decision-making process. But the formats of displays do affect many aspects of clinicians' task performance. Several recent studies examined how different displays of information in EMR affect clinicians' behavior. Three major types of displays have been studied -source-based, time-based, and concept-based. Source-based displays organize medical data by the sources of the data, such as encounter notes, laboratory results and reports, medications, radiology imaging and...

Group Behavioral Treatment

Many universities and hospitals offer professionally led group behavioral treatment for obesity, consisting typically of 16 to 20 weekly meetings. Key components are food records, monitoring of physical activity, behavioral strategies to prevent overeating, and cognitive strategies to promote effective coping with stressors and eating triggers. Calorie prescriptions are given, and increasing both programmed and lifestyle physical activity is strongly emphasized. The meetings provide social support and encouragement.

FDA criteria for anastomotic technologies approval

There are two pathways by which a new medical device can come to the United States marketplace. One looks very much like the process by which a new prescription drug gains FDA approval. Approval requires a finding that the device is safe and effective, or, more accurately, provides benefits that outweigh its risks. FDA approval is based on the results of clinical trials in randomized human subjects, whose data are submitted to, and closely evaluated by the FDA. For example, a new implant of almost any sort is likely to have gone through this premarket approval (PMA) process.

Dermatologic Therapy

Otc For Desonide Cream

Many hundreds of medications are available for use in treating skin diseases. Most physicians, however, have only a few favorite prescriptions that are prescribed day in and day out. These few prescriptions may then be altered slightly to suit an individual patient or disease. For commonly used preparations, pretyped prescriptions save time and are legible. 6. Change the therapy as the response indicates. If a new prescription is indicated and the patient has some of the first prescription left, instruct the patient to alternate using the old and the new prescriptions. A physician can write prescriptions for creams and ointments in two ways (1) by prescribing proprietary creams and ointments already compounded by pharmaceutical companies, or (2) by formulating one's own prescriptions by adding medications to certain bases, as especially indicated for the particular patient being treated. For the physician who uses the second method, two different types of bases are used 4. I am quite...

Thyroid Hormone Replacement

In the United States, more than fifteen million prescriptions of thyroid hormone per year are sold. Even if only part of your thyroid gland was surgically removed, thyroid hormone replacement may be prescribed. Stay on one brand don't switch around. Request that your doctor write do not substitute on your prescriptions.

Institute of Materia Medica Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences Peking Union Medical College 1 Xian Nong Tan Street

The genus Salvia has a variety of more than one hundred species distributed in several regions in China. Thirty of them are used as traditional and folk medicines (Huang 1991). The dried root of Salvia miltiorrhiza, called Danshen, is one of the most well known traditional Chinese medicines among these species. It has the effect of promoting blood circulation and removing stasis, and is widely used for the treat ment of coronary heart diseases, cerebrovascular diseases, hepatitis, hepatocirrhosis, chronic renal failure, dysmenorrhea and neurasthenic insomnia. The chemical constituents of S. miltiorrhiza have been studied for more than fifty years. But the studies have mainly been focused on the lipophylic diterpenoid quinones. According to traditional Chinese medicinal prescriptions it is used as a decoction. Since the seventies injections of Danshen have been used for the treatment of angina pectoris, myocardial infarction and various types of hepatitis. So there should still be...

Nonsteroidal Antiinflammatory Drugs

Giounoudis and colleagues 50 and Deguchi and colleagues 49 each have reported a significant increase in nonunions, with postoperative NSAID use in femur fractures and spinal fusions, respectively. Each study was a retrospective review with NSAID use determined by patient report. The validity of self-reported medication use after a poor surgical outcome is a classic example of recall bias, and therefore, the conclusions are in doubt. 54 . Bhattacharyya and colleagues 46 used a Medicare database to track NSAID and opioid prescriptions given to a cohort of elderly patients who had humeral shaft fractures. They found that patients who developed nonunions were more likely to be those to whom NSAIDs and opioids were prescribed 61 to 90 days after fracture. The results strongly suggest that NSAID use in retrospective reviews likely reflect an increased use secondary to the pain of nonunion, rather than causation on the part of NSAIDs.

Thyrotoxicosis in Older Persons

Some cases of thyrotoxicosis in older people are a result of too high a dosage of thyroid hormone in people who grew old with hypothyroidism, as well as outdated thyroid hormone prescriptions that have not been adjusted to newer standards of measuring the TSH levels. In these cases, lowering dosages in accordance with TSH testing is the way to manage it.

Evidence Linking 5HT Dysfunction and Suicide

The SSRIs share a common mechanism of action, despite their remarkably differing chemical structures (fluvoxamine is a monocyclic agent, fluoxetine a bicyclic agent, sertraline a naphthylamine derivative, paroxetine a phenyl piperidine derivative and citalopram a bicyclic isobenzo-furan derivative). The number of deaths per million prescriptions of antidepressants has been shown to be inversely related to their serotonin (5-HT) reuptake inhibition activity31 but this relationship may be coincidental with their structural properties, since the TCAs tend to have higher fatal toxicity in overdose.

Pruritic Dermatoses

Pruritus, or itching, brings more patients to the physician's office than any other skin disease symptom. Itchy skin is not easily cured or even alleviated. Many hundreds of proprietary over-the-counter and prescription drugs are touted as effective antiitch remedies, but none is 100 effective. However, many are partially effective, but it is unfortunate that the most effective locally applied chemicals frequently irritate or sensitize the skin.

Thyroid Hormone Overdose

Poor compliance is the second most common reason for overdose. An occasional scenario is in thyroid patients who have memory loss problems they may forget that they have taken their thyroid hormone pill and repeat the dosage. Or, many seniors, who are managing multiple health problems and daily medications, may become confused and take too many thyroid pills. Frequently, people don't understand what pills they have and what they're for, and they may be dealing, too, with multiple pharmacies for their prescriptions, which can confuse matters. Some people have mistaken beliefs that purposely taking excessive thyroid hormone doses will alleviate symptoms of tiredness and lack of energy. Ironically, these are symptoms worsened by this deliberate overdose.

Epidemiology

Use of alcohol is common regular use or abuse of other drugs is less common (Grant & Dawson, 1999). At some time in their adult lives two thirds of Americans have been regular drinkers (consumed at least 12 drinks in a year). In contrast, just under 16 of Americans are regular drug users (illicit use of a drug at least 12 times in a year) at some point in their lives. The lifetime prevalence of Substance Abuse and Dependence varies by substance, with different prevalence rates for men and women. Alcohol Abuse or Dependence is most common, with a lifetime prevalence for men of 25.5 and for women of 11.4 . In contrast, 8.1 of men and 4.2 of women have had any form of drug abuse or dependence at some time in their lives. The most common drug of abuse or dependence is cannabis, followed by prescription drugs, cocaine, amphetamines, hallucinogens, opiates, and sedatives.

Abuse of SSRIs

It has been long known that addiction to MAOIs, especially those with amphetamine-like structures, can occur with some patients taking large doses to maintain stimulant and euphoric effects.93 There were also reports of abuse of amitriptyline in opiate users on methadone maintenance programs. Cohen et al94 reported that 25 of 346 methadone maintenance patients in New York admitted to taking amitriptyline for the purpose of achieving euphoria. Evidence of dependency was deduced from the persistent efforts of many patients to have their dosage increased, attempts to forge prescriptions, the presence of an illicit market for amitriptyline and the confirmation by urinalysis that patients who had not been prescribed it were taking the drug. Cantor95 confirmed that the practice was not uncommon among opiate-dependent patients and that an active street market for amitriptyline had existed in New York for many years. The effect of amitriptyline taken in doses of 50 mg to over 150 mg...

Delirium

Delirium is an acute state characterized by changes in cognition and consciousness, often accompanied by visual hallucinations and paranoid delusions. Delirium may be superimposed on other neuropsychiatric conditions. Clouded consciousness, poor attention span, and a fluctuating course during the day are features that help in the diagnosis. Early recognition and treatment of the cause are important to reduce the high morbidity and mortality rates associated with this diagnosis. Common causes of delirium include infections drugs, especially anticholinergics electrolyte imbalance arrhythmia and myocardial infarction. Other causes include transient ischemic attacks, cere-brovascular accidents, structural brain lesions, and withdrawal from prescription medications and substances of potential abuse. Disruption of cerebral metabolism and neurotransmission, particularly of dopamine and GABA pathways, have been implicated in the pathophysiology of delirium. Persistent cognitive deficits may...

Human Data

In the UK, three studies have presented data based on the number of deaths recorded as overdose per million prescriptions of prescribed antidepressants.31,35,41 The studies referred to mortality tables published by the Office of Population Censuses and Surveys on drug-associated deaths in England, Wales and Scotland, and corrected the figures obtained using relevant Department of Health data on prescription rates. Only deaths reportedly caused by a single drug were included. The x2 test was applied to the groups of antidepressants. The expected numbers of deaths were given for the individual drugs with Fisher's exact test (one-tailed) applied to the data. Confidence limits were calculated as the mean 1.96 standard deviations for each drug. The data show that for the period 1976-1984, the older TCAs such as dothiepin, amitriptyline, desipramine and nortriptyline had the highest FTI (the number of deaths due to overdose per million prescriptions).41 When estimated for the period...

Logical Positivism

Much of psychology itself was judged by the logical positivists to be defective and in need of the purification they offered (Bergmann, 1940 Carnap, 1932 1959 Feigl, 1945). To complicate matters further, the positivist prescriptions for doing philosophy were widely taken as prescriptions for doing science. This was evident in the often tacit but nevertheless dogmatic adoption of major tenets of positivist philosophy by empirically oriented psychologists (for review see Koch, 1959-1963), who apparently overlooked the antidogmatic stance of most members of the Vienna Circle. Smith's (1986) study of leading behaviorists in the 1930s and 1940s raises doubts about the direct connection between their views and those of the logical positivists, but he also noted that by the 1950s logical empiricism was widely accepted as the standard account of science among psychologists in general. Although some of the logical posi-tivists and logical empiricists advocated types of behaviorism at times,...

Efficacy

Controlled experimental studies of paradoxical interventions with individual clients have yielded mixed results. Two independent meta-analytic reviews (Hill, 1987 Shoham-Salomon & Rosenthal, 1987) indicate that paradoxical interventions compared favorably to no-treatment control conditions, but comparisons to nonparadoxical treatments have been equivocal. Whereas Hill's (1987) meta-analysis found paradox to be superior, Shoham-Salomon and Rosenthal (1987) found that the overall effect of paradoxical interventions was as large (but no larger than) the average effect size of psychotherapy in general. Research also suggests that some forms of paradoxical intervention may be more effective than others. In Shoham-Salomon and Rosenthal's (1987) meta-analysis, the effect sizes of two positively connoted symptom prescriptions were significantly greater than those of other, nonparadox-ical treatments or of symptom prescriptions that did not include a positive frame. Paradoxical interventions...

Management Issues

Or at home, increases significantly in active substance dependency. Textbooks in multiple subspecialties of medicine have audited and explained the protean medical consequences of alcohol use. A discussion of this material is beyond the scope of this chapter. Far less is known about the medical consequences of the abuse of and dependency on prescription medications.

Endnotes

Xlx Article I, Section 8, US Constitution To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries xx Although European intellectual property rights are predicated on a 'natural right' the droit d'auteur it would seem that the majority of jurists view American intellectual property from the standpoint of the first, utilitarian theory, that is it is thought of as a distinct and limited bundle of rights granted by the Constitution for the purpose of promoting science and the arts, in the best interests of the general public. xx' Although see, The European Commission has taken a decision ordering IMS HEALTH (IMS), the world leader in data collection on pharmaceutical sales and prescriptions, to licence its 1860 brick structure a national standard in the German pharmaceutical industry IMS's refusal to licence it and derived structures has led the pharmaceutical industry in...

River Management

Standardization of biological assessment faces a number of methodological challenges. The number of species in a sample increases with sampling effort and stream size, and varies across regions owing to differences in the regional species pool (Section 10.1). These are difficult but resolvable problems, and have led to prescriptions of sampling effort (such as a stream length equal to 25 times its width), different cut-off levels for metrics based on stream size (five darter species may be necessary for the highest score in a third-order stream, versus 1-2 species at a first-order site), and regional IBIs (including different scoring systems for warm water and cold water fish faunas) (Karr and Chu 1999).

Forward pharmacology

The systematic screening and characterization of compound libraries using microarrays is increasingly attracting attention. Natural product libraries as well as synthetic compound banks have great potential for harboring novel anti-infective lead structures however, the systematic evaluation of their mechanisms is hampered by conceptual and technical hurdles. The measurement of changes in cellular mRNA levels triggered by compound treatment can help in elucidating the inhibitory mechanism of poorly understood drug candidates. Such compound-centric strategies aiming at deducing a chemical entity's cellular MOA are sometimes referred to as 'chemogenomics' 38 or 'forward pharmacology' 39 . In the context of the pharmaceutical drug discovery process, 'forward pharmacology' seems the most appropriate term, since the MOA identification represents an essential step in order to pharmacologically characterize a drug candidate. Indeed, microarrays were key in demonstrating that effects on the...

The Wise T4 Shopper

I (Ken) spent much of my childhood working in my dad's pharmacy, dusting shelves, filling inventory, waiting on customers, and ringing up sales. Later, on summer breaks from college, I worked for a pharmacy wholesaler in the warehouse, packing drug orders into crates. As a result, I know a lot about drugstores. I also know that the same drugs have very different retail prices in different pharmacies in the same community. It amazes me that some patients will travel miles between supermarkets, buying chicken for the best price at one store and milk for the best price at another store, yet never compare the prices of their prescription medications between pharmacies. This is of greatest value when you intend to purchase your T4 with the best retail price, rather than using your insurance plan's co-payment. Some insurance plans provide greater cost savings when you send away for your T4 through their mail-order pharmacy, purchasing ninety-day supplies at a time. Although this is an...