starting to prescribe ivermectin for scabies
Some physicians are starting to prescribe ivermectin for scabies.
Scabies is usually treated topically...with permethrin cream (Elimite) or lindane lotion.
But a single ORAL dose of ivermectin (Stromectol) is also effective...and may work faster.
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- spironolactone (Aldactone) is beneficial for heart failure has been all over the press
- another new "glitazone" for type 2 diabetes, Actos (pioglitazone)
- Some commonly-used drugs can cause hair loss
- starting to prescribe ivermectin for scabies
- an alternative to Rowasa (mesalamine, 5-ASA) suppositories
- Marinol (dronabinol) from Schedule II to Schedule III
- first national guidelines for treating chronic stable angina
- new concerns about using Viagra (sildenafil) in patients taking HIV protease inhibitors
- Dietary supplements containing L-arginine are now being promoted for sexual dysfunction
- new health claims for some whole grain foods
- potential interactions with HERBS in patients on digoxin
- Norvir (ritonavir) 100 mg capsules are back
- just two doses of nevirapine (Viramune) can reduce the risk of transmitting HIV
- stop giving RotaShield, the new rotavirus vaccine for diarrhea
- reduce or eliminate thimerosal as a preservative in pediatric vaccines
- Medicare prescription drug benefit would mean significant changes for pharmacists
- Relenza (zanamivir), a new INHALED antiviral to reduce flu symptoms
- Summer CE Booklet