With summer comes outdoor grilling, but patients should be careful when cleaning the grill with a wire barbecue brush due to cases of accidental ingestion of bristles.
Cases of caffeine-induced mania have been reported in published literature, but a case study in The American Journal on Addictions notes the first reported case of caffeine-induced mania in a patient specifically meeting the criteria for caffeine use disorder.
So-called "skinny jeans" (slim-fitting jeans tapered at the ankle) are a fashion statement to many but could also be a health risk when combined with excess squatting, according to a case report published online in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry.
A case study highlights the risk of a multiple drug interaction in a patient who experienced elevated clozapine blood levels, eosinophilia, and pericarditis with pericardial effusion when she was administered clozapine while also receiving antifungal treatments and oral contraceptives (OCs).
Although there have previously been no reported cases of an interaction between trazodone and omeprazole, a new report is believed to be the first instance of reversible second-degree Mobitz type 1 atrioventricular (AV) block with concomitant use of trazodone and omeprazole.
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