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The 20 th Essential Medicines List, published on 6 June 2017, marks the 40th anniversary of this flagship WHO tool to expand access to medicines. The updated list adds 30 medicines for adults and 25 for children, and specifies new uses for 9 already-listed products, bringing the total to 433 drugs deemed essential for addressing the most important public health needs globally. The 20 th List also provides new advice on which antibiotics to use for common infections and which to preserve for the most serious syndromes, based on a thorough review of all essential antibiotics. The aim is to optimise antibiotic use and reduce antibiotic resistance without restricting access. Other important additions include medicines for HIV, hepatitis C, tuberculosis and cancer.

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Assessing causality with an event such as a nightmare is difficult because of the high incidence of nightmares in the healthy population. Using qualitative, quantitative, and possible pharmacologic mechanism criteria, it appears that sedative/hypnotics, beta-blockers, and amphetamines are the therapeutic modalities most frequently associated with nightmares. These drug classes have a plausible pharmacologic mechanism to explain this effect. Dopamine agonists also have evidence of causality, with dopamine receptor stimulation as a possible pharmacologic mechanism.

L barbarum L. (family Solanaceae) is a commonly used Chinese herb considered to have a tonic effect on various organs. Any impact of an herbal product on the metabolism of S-warfarin, the enantiomer responsible for most of the anticoagulant activity, could alter the INR values. An herbal-drug interaction was suspected in this case. In vitro evaluation showed inhibition of S-warfarin metabolism by CYP2C9 by the tea of L. barbarum L.; however, the inhibition observed was weak, with a dissociation constant (Ki) value of mg/mL, suggesting that the observed interaction may be caused by factors other than the CYP450 system.

Medicamentos antiinflamatorios no esteroideos aines

medicamentos antiinflamatorios no esteroideos aines

L barbarum L. (family Solanaceae) is a commonly used Chinese herb considered to have a tonic effect on various organs. Any impact of an herbal product on the metabolism of S-warfarin, the enantiomer responsible for most of the anticoagulant activity, could alter the INR values. An herbal-drug interaction was suspected in this case. In vitro evaluation showed inhibition of S-warfarin metabolism by CYP2C9 by the tea of L. barbarum L.; however, the inhibition observed was weak, with a dissociation constant (Ki) value of mg/mL, suggesting that the observed interaction may be caused by factors other than the CYP450 system.

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