Tilade (nedocromil) for children with asthma
You'll see more physicians prescribe Tilade (nedocromil) for children with asthma.
The FDA just approved Tilade for kids as young as age 6.
The new asthma guidelines that just came out recommend using Tilade for even younger children...all the way down to infants.
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- Several levothyroxine products are bioequivalent to Synthroid
- Pharmacies will soon be selling OTC drug testing kits
- OTC HAIR test for illicit drugs, PDT-90
- Warning people about the popular street drug GHB (gamma hydroxybutyrate)
- Keep up with all the street drugs
- Marijuana works better than Marinol (dronabinol)
- Raising serious doubts about the use of sliding scale insulin regimens in hospitalized diabetics
- Warning against strict blood sugar control for young children with diabetes
- Nitroglycerin ointment for chronic anal fissures
- New boxed warning about LIFE-THREATENING rashes with Lamictal (lamotrigine)
- New product for smoking cessation called Zyban
- Alesse (pronounced "A-less")
- Most women taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT) will live longer
- Lots of interest in "phytoestrogens"
- Liver toxicity due to acetaminophen dosing errors
- Tilade (nedocromil) for children with asthma
- Ibuprofen is more effective than acetaminophen for children's migraines
- Higher INITIAL does of Imitrex (sumatriptan) tablets
- Rescriptor (delavirdine), another antiviral for HIV
- Opioids for chronic pain