James Reynolds

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Impetigo in Children and Adolescents

<i><br>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(6):68-71.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b> <i>Impetigo is a common skin infection in children between the ages of 2 and 5 years old. It is highly infectious</i> …

Angioedema: An Overview

<i>ABSTRACT: Angioedema (AE) is localized, nonpruritic swelling resulting from a transient increase in the permeability of postcapillary venules of</i> …

Fungus of the Feet and Nails

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(6):51-54.<p><i>ABSTRACT: Superficial fungal infections commonly affect the hands and feet. While various dermatophytes can lead to</i> …

Management of Common Oral Sores

<i><br>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(6):43-48.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b> <i>Oral sores can occur anywhere in the oral cavity and oropharyngeal region. Since not all oral sores are benign, a</i> …

Shedding Light on Female Alopecia

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(6):62-65.<p><i>ABSTRACT: Alopecia is a common problem in females. Several types of alopecia exist, each having different etiologies and</i> …

Management of Streptococcal Pharyngitis

<i><br>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(7):51-56.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b> <i>Acute pharyngitis is a common infection that is typically managed in the outpatient setting. While respiratory</i> …

Hospital-Acquired Anaphylaxis

<i><br>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(7):HS10-HS14.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b> <i>Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction that often presents in an outpatient setting. Currently, there is</i> …

Croup: What It Is and How to Treat It

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(7):47-50.<p><i>ABSTRACT: Croup results from a narrowing of the subglottic airway secondary to inflammation associated with certain viral</i> …

Stevens-Johnson Syndrome: What a Pharmacist Should Know

<i><br>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(7):69-79.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b> <i>Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) is a rare, life-threatening mucocutaneous reaction that is often drug-induced. SJS</i> …

Management of Stable Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

<i><br>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(7):43-46.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b> <i>Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is currently the third leading cause of death in the United States</i> …

Medicine

Conventional and Investigational Treatment Options for PAH

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(7):HS3-HS8.<p><i>ABSTRACT: Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a chronic condition that carries a significant risk of morbidity and</i> …

Managing Iron Deficiency Anemia of CKD With IV Iron

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;8(38):22-26.<p><i>ABSTRACT: A prevalent complication of chronic kidney disease (CKD), especially in dialysis patients, iron deficiency</i> …

Catheterization and Urostomy for the Community Pharmacist

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;8(38):27-30.<p><i>ABSTRACT: Given the number of catheterizations and urostomies being performed today, it is essential for the community</i> …

The Role of Pharmacists in the Management of Acute Kidney Stones

<i><br>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(8):HS4-HS8.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b> <i>Calculi in the urinary tract vary in composition, size, and location. Most kidney stones are composed of</i> …

Treating Uncomplicated Cystitis

<i>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(8):34-37.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b><i>Urinary tract infections are relatively common in women. They may be classified as uncomplicated or complicated</i> …

Medicine

Community Pharmacies Meet Mobile Technologies: A Whole New World of Opportunity

<i><br>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(8):43-50.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b> <i>Innovative health care technologies are often blamed for rising health care costs, but they can also be part of</i> …

Understanding Uremia

<i><br>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(8):HS11-HS16.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b> <i>Uremic syndrome involves the impairment of several biochemical and physiological functions associated with</i> …

In Vivo

Infections in Pregnancy

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(9):HS12-HS16.<p><i>ABSTRACT: Many different types of infections can occur during pregnancy. Common infections include sexually</i> …

The Management of Primary Dysmenorrhea

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(9):23-26.<p><i>ABSTRACT: Primary dysmenorrhea is the most common menstrual complaint, and it is frequently self-treated by patients of</i> …

Eating Disorders: The Weight of Food

<i><br>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(9):HS3-HS11.<p><b>ABSTRACT</b>: <i>Eating disorders (i.e., anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder) involve abnormal eating</i> …

Drugs in Pregnancy: Do the Benefits Outweigh the Risks?

<i><br>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(9):43-46.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b> <i>More than 80% of pregnant women take OTC or prescription drugs during pregnancy, with only 60% of these patients</i> …

Women and Depression: Does Gender Matter?

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(9):36-39.<p><i>ABSTRACT: Depression, like many other psychiatric illnesses, may present differently in women versus men. These</i> …

Evaluating HCP Utilization of Mobile Applications to Obtain Medical Information

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(9):49-60.<p><i>ABSTRACT: Mobile applications offer a convenient way to access information. Knowing how health care professionals (HCPs)</i> …

Legislative Initiatives and Review of Abuse-Deterrent Opioid Formulations

<i>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(10):21-26.<p><b>ABSTRACT:</b> <i>Opioid analgesics are the mainstay treatment of moderate-to-severe pain. However, opioids carry a risk of</i> …

SGLT2 Inhibitors: A Review of Canagliflozin

<i>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(10):HS13-HS20.<p><b>ABSTRACT</b>: <i>With the progressive nature of diabetes, patients need additional methods to maintain glucose control.</i> …

New Drug Review 2013

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(10):27-34.<p><i>New molecular entities (NMEs), as defined by the FDA, are new drug products containing as their active ingredient a</i> …

Drug Interactions Associated With Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Therapy

<i>US Pharm</i>. 2013;38(10):HS21-HS24.<p><b>ABSTRACT</b>: <i>Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a progressively fatal disease of the small pulmonary arteries. In</i> …

Update on Pharmacotherapeutic Options for Rheumatoid Arthritis

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(10):44-48.<p><i>ABSTRACT: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), a debilitating autoimmune disease, is three times more common in women and occurs</i> …

Review of Selected NMEs 2013

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(10):HS4-HS10.<p><i>New molecular entities (NMEs), as defined by the FDA, are new drug products containing as their active ingredient a</i> …

Behavioral Side Effects of Antiepileptic Drugs

<i>US Pharm.</i> 2013;38(11):HS15-HS20.<p><i>ABSTRACT: Most antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) cause some degree of adverse drug reactions. Behavioral side effects (BSEs)</i> …