Sean Kane, PharmD
Sean Kane, PharmD
Sean Kane, PharmD, BCPS, is an Assistant Professor at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, Illinois, and a Critical Care Pharmacist at Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, Illinois. Dr. Kane received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Butler University in 2010 and completed 2 years of residency, specializing in critical care at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Kane is the creator of, an evidence-based clinical decision support website with educational tools for health care students and professionals. In addition, Dr. Kane is the creator and co-host of HelixTalk, Rosalind Franklin University's College of Pharmacy Podcast.
Feb 26, 2018 @01:00 PM
The latest DrugStats database list shows the medications with increasing numbers of prescriptions.

Mar 14, 2017 @12:30 PM
All antibiotics are thought to increase the risk of Clostridium difficile diarrhea, but current evidence suggests that particular drug classes are much worse than others in increasing this risk

Mar 7, 2017 @06:01 AM
You might be surprised to see how the US News & World Report top and bottom ranked schools did on the 2016 NAPLEX

Oct 20, 2016 @03:00 AM
Dexamethasone is an important but commonly overlooked adjunct therapy in bacterial meningitis. Learn more about this important intervention and recommend its use in the acute setting before antibiotics are given.

Oct 10, 2016 @04:34 AM
Little information exists regarding the benefit of bridging warfarin among patients with atrial fibrillation. The best available evidence suggests that this common practice may increase the risk of bleeding without providing any efficacy benefit.

Sep 28, 2016 @08:11 AM
When was the last time you looked closely at the Clinical Studies section of a prescription's package insert?

Sep 19, 2016 @04:18 AM
Since dabigatran's introduction to the US market in 2010, the medical community hasn't reached a clear consensus on the terminology for its drug class.

Sep 15, 2016 @06:27 AM
The updated CHEST guidelines don't recommend the routine use of compression stockings after DVT to prevent post-thrombotic syndrome.