Robert A Power et al.
Journal of psychiatric research, 46(10), 1333-1338 (2012-07-10)
Most comparisons of the efficacy of antidepressants have relied on the assumption that missing data are randomly distributed. Dropout rates differ between drugs, suggesting this assumption may not hold true. This paper examines the effect of non-random dropout on a...
Abdennasser Bardai et al.
European heart journal, 34(20), 1506-1516 (2013-02-22)
Non-cardiac drugs that impair cardiac repolarization (electrocardiographic QT prolongation) are associated with an increased sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) risk. Emerging evidence suggests that non-cardiac drugs that impair cardiac depolarization and excitability (electrocardiographic QRS prolongation) also increase the risk for SCA....
Lindsay F Stead et al.
The Cochrane database of systematic reviews, 12, CD009670-CD009670 (2012-12-14)
Effective pharmacotherapies are available to help people who are trying to stop smoking, but quitting can still be difficult and providing higher levels of behavioural support may increase success rates further. To evaluate the effect of increasing the intensity of...
Aravind Penmatsa et al.
Nature, 503(7474), 85-90 (2013-09-17)
Antidepressants targeting Na(+)/Cl(-)-coupled neurotransmitter uptake define a key therapeutic strategy to treat clinical depression and neuropathic pain. However, identifying the molecular interactions that underlie the pharmacological activity of these transport inhibitors, and thus the mechanism by which the inhibitors lead...
SSRIs: a premature burial.
Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics, 93(3), 234-235 (2012-12-20)