A 62-year old man with end-stage renal disease became the first US national to receive a bioengineered blood vessel. Surgeons..
A recent study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, statins treatment may be associated with musculoskeletal conditions, injuries and joint diseases. However, most of the musculoskeletal-related adverse events are unknown. Some of the reported statins-rel..
A recent review study has reviewed more than 30 previously published studies that reported results of bariatric surgery in diabetic, less-obese patients. The studies reported better glycemic control in patients who were treated with non-surgical intervent..
A recent study published in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews reported that probiotics are effective and safe in the prevention of Clostridium-difficile-associated diarrhoea (CDAD) in antibiotics-treated adults and pediatric patients. ..
A recent study reported that tibial nerve stimulation technique can lower or alleviate symptoms of overactive bladder (OAB). Clinical trials conducted over three years to demonstrate the efficacy of tibial nerve stimulation ..
A randomized clinical trial conducted by scientists from the South East Asia Infectious Diseases Clinical Research Network reported that double dose of Oseltamivir has no therapeutic significance over standard/recommended therapeutic dose in patients with..
The United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) has turned down the New Drug Application (NDA) of Depomed Inc?s Sefelsa. The twice-daily, oral drug is a gabapentin formulation is developed for the treatment of menopausal vasomotor symptoms. ..
05-Jun-2013To curb the whooping cancer medicines costs, doctors from Tata Memorial Hospital is now working on cheaper and effective alternatives for cancer treatment. The alternative is based on the metronomic treatment protocol. The treatment could less than Rs. 10..
04-Jun-2013A new, novel anti-malarial vaccine developed by Japanese scientists reduces the risk of malaria in humans, by more than two-thirds. Despite the development of several new vaccines, drug-resistance is an epidemic issue in the global population. The study r..
03-Jun-2013A recent study reported that increased doses of common NSAIDs can cause myocardial infarction, stroke and related mortalities. Doses of OTC painkillers are generally low and often recommendable for short duration. For the treatment ..
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