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Pharmacists should understand their mechanisms to facilitate high-quality, collaborative management with physicians.
Rx products features in the April 2020 issue.
Over-the-counter products featured in the April 2020 issue of Pharmacy Times.
Researchers have found that approximately 1% of children have an allergy to cow’s milk, but up to 14% of families believe their children may have the condition, pointing to official guidelines for detecting cow’s milk allergy as a possible cause for the overdiagnosis.
Aimmune’s peanut allergen power was approved by the FDA as an oral immunotherapy indicated for the mitigation of allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis, that may occur with accidental exposure to peanut.
The FDA has approved olopatadine hydrochloride ophthalmic 0.1% and 0.2% solution for sale as an OTC medication in the United States.
The once-daily solution will be the first once-daily eye-itch allergy-relief drop to be available without a prescription in the United States.
Treatment with this peanut immunotherapy consists of 3 phases: Initial Dose Escalation, Up-Dosing, and Maintenance.
A pharmacy-driven assessment found more than half of patients with reported penicillin allergies were able to take antibiotics from the same drug class, rather than resorting to substitutes that may have downsides.
Home remedies or medical intervention? Cause and symptoms dictate type of treatment.
The product to treat life-threatening allergies arrives amid the ongoing supply shortage.
Back-to-school season is a time of great excitement as millions of students start a new year. It also presents challenges for those who suffer from seasonal allergies.