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Company Halts Ranitidine Production Over NDMA Contamination Concerns
After some lots of ranitidine were found to contain small amounts of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), Novartis's Sandoz unit has announced that they are halting distribution of ranitidine (Zantac) products until the contamination concerns are resolved.
FDA Approves New Packaging for OTC Loperamide Products
Officials from the FDA have announced an approved package size and package type limit for over-the-counter (OTC) brand-name tablet and capsule forms of loperamide.
Probable Carcinogen Found in Samples of Ranitidine
An over-the-counter and prescription drug, ranitidine is an H2 (histamine-2) blocker that decreases the amount of acid created by the stomach.
Cornering Constipation, Making Motility a Priority
A major reason patients visit their primary care providers is constipation. Often, the constipation is acute and prescribers can identify an underlying cause and correct it. Even more often, there is no underlying cause and the patient is diagnosed with chronic idiopathic constipation (CIC).
Manage Diarrhea With the Right Products
Health care professionals can play an important role in managing patients with diarrhea by recommending OTC products for initial treatment.
Identify How and When to Treat Dyspepsia and Heartburn
Pharmacists are instrumental in guiding patients on the appropriate and safe use of products for gastrointestinal discomfort.
Constipation Frustrates Patients and Providers
Just 22% of those who suffer seek help from a health care provider, newer agents show promise.
Counsel Patients With GERD About Certain Foods
Diet and lifestyle changes are key components of treating gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Pharmacists Should Counsel Patients Before They Travel
Pharmacists can, and should, play an important role in counseling patients before they travel anywhere about what to do in the event of a GI illness while vacationing.
Monday Pharmaceutical Mystery: July 8
Why is this healthy young man getting frequent food poisoning?
Expanding Travel Health Services in Pharmacies
Travel health services involves a lot more than vaccinations, said Sheri Stensland, PharmD, in a session at McKesson ideaShare.
Partnership Aims to Bring Novel Gastroenterology Therapies to Worldwide Market
Parvus Therapeutics and Genentech have entered into a worldwide collaboration and licensing agreement for the development, manufacturing, and commercialization of treatments for inflammatory bowel disease, autoimmune liver diseases, and celiac disease using nanomedicines (Navacim) developed by Parvus.
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