Peripheral Arterial Disease From a Community Pharmacy Perspective

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) describes a phenomenon in which circulation to the leg is diminished due to atherosclerosis, resulting in reduced blood flow and often causing pain that can be limiting to those who experience it. 

Opioid Use May Increase Heart Rhythm–Disorder Risk

Opioid-related research developments of interest to pharmacists.

Sciatica

Sciatica pain is a sharp, burning, or stabbing sensation that begins in the lower back and runs all the way down one leg.

Alzheimer’s Disease: Current Treatments and Potential New Agents

Current research focuses on agents that target secretase enzymes to prevent plaque accumulation.

Aripiprazole 1 mg/mL Oral Suspension

This may be suitable for patients who cannot take the solid oral dosage forms or tolerate the ingredients  in the commercially available oral solution.

Malignant Hyperthermia: An Overview

Malignant hyperthermia must be treated rapidly to avoid fatality, and despite its rarity, healthcare facilities that use known triggering agents must be fully prepared to treat it.

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