Thiamine IV push? @raviempharmD (Ravipal Singh, PharmD, BCCCP) dives deep to answer this question
The cure for burnout is simple, and starts with one simple step
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First entry in the High-Yield MED Reviews BCCCP give away - Antidote For Isoniazid-Induced Seizures.
The coagulation cascade, at least the way I learned it in pharmacy school, needs to be burned. The next time you’re looking at an adaptation of this pathway, point out the platelet. If you can’t, don’t continue to read that source. 66 year old male being discharged from the ED with diagnosis of DVT. Will be started on oral anticoagulation, and followed in clinic. Which DOAC is preferred and should there be any bridge with [...]
New articles and evidence updates Trying to stay up to date is tough. New articles and evidence updates don't just find you... right? Let's make staying up to date in the literature a whole lot easier. Who wants to search through journals and pubmed? Nobody. To tons of people, including myself, this task makes staying up to date a chore. What's worse is that it will turn some folks off entirely. How about turning the [...]
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What do a 45 mL infusion, L-carnitine and Androgel have in common?
Daniel Hu, PharmD, BCCCP Critical Care and Emergency Medicine Pharmacist Providence St. Peter Hospital Diphacinone (2-diphenylacetyl-1,3-indanedione, CAS Number 82-66-6) is an indandione-type anticoagulant.1,2 It falls into a class of compounds known as long-acting anticoagulant rodenticides, along with brodifacoum, bromadiolone, chlorophacinone, and difenacoum, which inhibit the synthesis of clotting factors II, VII, IX, and X. These compounds were developed to replace warfarin in rodenticides and many available mouse and rat baits today contain these superwarfarins.1 [...]
Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome (CHS): Getting “Into the Weeds” on a Complication of Chronic Marijuana Use
Guest post by Evan Mulvihill, PharmD on the hot topic of Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome
A discussion of antivenom for pit viper envenomations.
Looking for a single dose, no compliance issues, inexpensive, safe, and effective option to treat urinary tract infections? An older therapeutic option might be the answer. A recent systematic review by Goodlet et al. looks into the utility of single dose aminoglycosides (AGs) to treat cysitis.1 Article A Systematic Review of Single-Dose Aminoglycoside Therapy for Urinary Tract Infection: Is It Time To Resurrect an Old Strategy?Kellie J. Goodlet, PharmD , Fatima Z. Benhalima, and Michael [...]