Anaphylaxis as a Rare Side Effect of Ketorolac; a Case Report.
Anaphylaxis as a Rare Side Effect of Ketorolac; a Case Report. Arch Acad Emerg Med. 2020;8(1):e22 Authors: Yousefi H, Sahebi A, Farahani M, Golitaleb M Abstract Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening systemic allergic hypersensitivity reaction that may potentially be triggered after the administration of any drug. Our case was a 51-year-old man with the history of mild pain in his flanks since the night before he was admitted to our hospital. The patient was diagnosed with urolithiasis and admitted to the emergency department. He developed anaphylaxis after intravenous injection of 30 mg ketorolac. Allergic reactions to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ketorolac are rare; nonetheless, they can be life-threatening and should be carefully monitored. PMID: 32259118 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions: The SF-6Dv2 classification system describes more distinct levels of health than SF-6D, changes the descriptions used for a number of dimensions and provides clearer wording for health state valuation. The second stage of the study has developed a utility value set using discrete choice methods so that the measure can be used in health technology assessment. Further work should investigate the psychometric characteristics of the new instrument.
Conclusions: We developed and applied a protocol to value the SF-6Dv2 using DCE. The results provide a provisional value set for use in resource allocation. The protocol can be applied internationally. Further work should investigate how to account for preference heterogeneity in value set production.
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CONCLUSIONS: The discussed technique facilitated improvement of both the regenerative and the antimicrobial potential of fat grafting. It proved effective in surgically-untreatable infected chronic wounds unresponsive to conventional therapies. PMID: 32453929 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions Patient identification of gout symptom control and serum urate level monitoring as the most important treatment goals is informative for clinicians and guideline developers.
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Conclusion: Network pharmacology can help clarify the role and mechanism of QSP in the treatment of NP and provide a foundation for further research. PMID: 32454869 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusion: We suggest physicians screen lung cancer patients at working age (broadly aged ≤65 years) and/or who report increased pain at the time of diagnosis as they might be at particular risk for emotional, physical, and financial problems. Our results emphasize to address emotional and physical needs before and during early treatment in lung cancer patients as suggested in integrative and supportive cancer concepts. PMID: 32454866 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]