Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of irreversible visual impairment in the elderly.
Primary malignant intraocular neoplasms are relatively rare, but they can be fatal if not treated promptly.
Although there is no cure, numerous topical agents effectively reduce intraocular pressure.
Data are limited regarding which therapy most effectively entrains the circadian rhythm.
HIV ocular infections are becoming more common as HIV/AIDS continues to transition to a chronic disease.
These adverse events may or may not be related to the agent’s pharmacodynamics or pharmacokinetics.
Over the last several decades, the assessment and treatment of pain in children has become a standard of pediatric care.
Status epilepticus is a neurologic disorder that can lead to serious complications in children if it is not treated effectively.
Irritable bowel syndrome is a common abdominal condition affecting children and adolescents.
Exposure can cause cognitive, behavioral, and motor problems in children.
The cause of adolescent obesity is regarded as multifaceted, given the numerous components that increase a child’s risk of developing the condition.
Clinicians have relied on short-term use of these high-risk agents for insomnia in the elderly.
Asthma exacerbations often require a short course of oral steroids.
Pediatric patients with preexisting respiratory conditions are at the greatest risk of infection.
The current form of the PI offers a comprehensive, well-organized monograph.
Antibiotic resistance and the risk of fatal adverse events make it challenging to select an agent.
Cutaneous fungal infections are superficial infections typically involving the skin, hair, and nails.
Recently, consumers have had a renewed interest in probiotics as a treatment option.
Prolonged or continuous infusion of IV beta-lactams has a higher probability of achieving pharmacodynamic goals compared with standard intermittent infusions.
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) remains the leading bloodborne chronic infection in the United States.
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