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Issue : Clinical Pharmacist, 2010

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  • Hepatitis B: Diagnosis and monitoring Subscription

    1 JAN 2010

    Some 350 million people across the world are infected chronically withhepatitis B. Despite global control of the disease being achievablethrough widespread vaccination, this has not yet been attained

  • Hepatitis B: Management Subscription

    1 JAN 2010

    Peginterferon alfa and antiviral drugs are the mainstay of chronic hepatitis B therapy

  • College of Pharmacy Practice

    Clinical focus: Hepatitis B Subscription

    1 JAN 2010

    Articles (Hepatitis B)

  • Medicines for Alzheimer’s disease Subscription

    1 JAN 2010

    What is LEARNING LIGHT? This series offers a simple, practical approach to continuing education.

  • Organ transplantation: Donation and surgery Subscription

    1 JAN 2010

    For over 50 years those who experience vital organ failure have had a chance to live relatively normal lives thanks to transplant surgery. However, the shortfall between recipients and donors continues to rise

  • Organ transplantation: Immunosuppression Subscription

    1 JAN 2010 By Reena Popat

    Patients who tolerate a transplanted organ without the need for pharmacological intervention are few and far between. Several immunosuppressants can be used to reduce the risk of organ rejection

  • Clinical focus: Organ transplantation Subscription

    1 JAN 2010

  • Spotlight on medicines: Doripenem Subscription

    1 JAN 2010

    While media attention focuses on battling MRSA and C diff, some strains of Gram-negative bacteria have developed resistance to many antibiotics. A new carbapenem is a useful addition to the arsenal

  • Epilepsy: Clinical features and diagnosis Subscription

    1 JAN 2010

    When an individual experiences a seizure it is important to identify the underlying cause. Repeated seizures may constitute a diagnosis of epilepsy. The type of seizures will dictate how the epilepsy is treated

  • Epilepsy: Pharmacological treatment and monitoring Subscription

    1 JAN 2010

    Although treatment with antiepileptic drugs can stop seizures recurring, close monitoring of side effects is crucial  

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