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New Dosage Imitrex® STATdose Now Available by Teri Robert Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 6:21pm December 28, 1992, marked a new era for Migraine and cluster headaches sufferers when the FDA approved the first of a class of medications that many would come to call "miracle drugs." That drug was the injectable form of sumatriptan (Imitrex®, Imigran®), the first of the triptans. Now, the FDA has approved a new Imitrex® STATdose in a 4mg dos ... Read on »
Increasing Concerta Medication Dosage: Benefits and Risks by Nicolas I. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:54pm In the last post, we introduced the concept of dosage windows for ADHD medications. In other words, we see that the dosage level of an ADHD medication can be of equal importance to the type of medication used. For more info on this topic, please check out the blog site of Dr. Charles Parker called CorePsychBlog. It is extremely well-organized, co ... Read on »
Adjusted dosage of drugs for those on nocturnal dialysis? by Kamal S. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 19 Oct 2011 11:19am Many drugs that are prescribed for people with healthy kidneys have dosing adjustments for those with impaired renal function. This is mainly because the kidneys that usually clear these out from the body are not effective and giving the normal dose can cause unsafe levels of the drug to build up within the body. So, for example, though th ... Read on »
FDA Cuts Dosage in Half for Ambien–Sleepy Driving Concerns, Lunesta Not Affected by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 10 Jan 2013 8:55pm One other item that should be mentioned is the time of night when you take the pill.  The warnings all tell you to not take it too late like at 1 am if you are going to get up at 6 am for example.  Sanofi now can make some additional revenue if they price doesn’t drop for the lower does:)  This is actually a good thing and reactions around the ... Read on »
Cut Your Sleeping Pill Dosage Says FDA by Anthony Cirillo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 25 Feb 2013 1:44pm The Food and Drug Administration is requiring manufacturers of certain sleeping pills, including Ambien, to reduce current recommended dosages. Ambien, as well as the generic forms of Ambien, all contain the ingredient zolpidem, which can cause morning drowsiness. The National Institute of Health cautions that Ambien can cause impaired ... Read on »
ADD, ADHD Stimulant Medication Dosage: Underdose or Overdose? by Chuck Medical Doctor Posted Thu 13 Nov 2008 3:44am Image via Wikipedia The Trickiest Measurement: The 'Therapeutic Window' Bottom is Over-the-Top Remember the 'Top of the Window' is ranging too high in dosage, the 'Bottom of the Window' is too little dosage. The worst thing that can happen when you are working to carefully correct stimulant meds: an overdose upwards because that apparent 'b ... Read on »
ADHD Medication Dosage Windows by Nicolas I. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:54pm Blogger's note: I was first introduced to the concept of a "window" in the blog of Dr. Charles Parker. I highly recommend it. A link to his site, CorePsychBlog, can be found here. I would like to borrow his "window" analogy, as I think it is a very relevant description for what is going on here. We have spent quite a bit of time discussing ... Read on »
1st BCG Maintenance Series (2 of 3) & Dosage Compromise - November 6, 2008 by Steve K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 9:25pm In my last update I pointed out how it seemedDr. Hopkinshad missed the thrust ofDr. Lamm's response to his email. Differences boiled down to "AS TOLERATED" versus "UNTIL SIDE EFFECTS OCCUR." I also promised to email Dr. Lamm myself, and I expected him to reiterate his earlier guidance. I believe the email exchange and what transpired next may be ... Read on »