Most Recent Articles by Cassandra Pardini, PharmD
According to the adjusted results from a recent study, second generation antipsychotic long-acting injectable medications were linked to consistently more adherence and persistence when compared to oral antipsychotic patients.
The patient, a 33-year old woman with a history of drug hypersensitivity to NSAIDs and aspirin, presented for management of her chronic UC with mesalamine.
EDS_FLU produced higher systemic exposure than Flonase and substantially lower systemic exposure than Flovent 440mcg, indicating that drug deposition is greatly improved with EDS vs. conventional nasal spray.
Patients with hereditary angioedema (HAE) on long-term prophylaxis with attenuated androgen (LTP-AA) appeared to have a higher risk for cardiovascular disease but a lower number of neoplasms.
Patients in the study were ≥13 years old, had a <50% of normal functional C1INH level, and a history of at least 4 monthly HAE attacks for at least 3 months.