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weight loss clonidine
 
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Alcohol withdrawal syndrome
 
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Alcohol withdrawal syndrome is a set of symptoms that can occur when an individual reduces or stops alcoholic consumption after long periods of use. Prolonged and excessive use of alcohol leads to tolerance and physical dependence. The withdrawal syndrome is largely a hyper-excitable response of the central nervous system to lack of alcohol. Symptoms typical of withdrawal include agitation, seizures, and delirium tremens. Sedative-hypnotics, such as alcohol, are well known for their propensity to induce physiological dependence. This dependence is due to alcohol-induced neuro-adaptation. Withdrawal is characterized by neuropsychiatric excitability and autonomic disturbances. Dependence on other sedative-hypnotics can increase the severity of the withdrawal syndrome. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Troubleshooter Radio 10-20-2016 Good Day Pharmacy 1000x overdose Clonidine of Jake Steinbrecher
 
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A special thank you to the staff at the radio station for bringing awareness to the safety concerns that can face us all regarding medical errors. Thank You, www.steinbrechersite.com
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Subutex tapering down, discourgment
 
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Im tapering down from 16mg to 12mg subutex. I just stopped taking 4mgs, I didn't do it slowly. I was on 24mg during pregnancy and post-partum for a two weeks. I just want my health. Im in pain every day from back, and its keeping me stuck on the subutex. Its been a long journey! But the LORD is with me, I know.
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Feeling the Heat: Managing Menopause
 
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Menopause is a natural transition and needs to be managed within the context of other life changes at the time. However the experience will be different for each woman. While 20% of women have few or no specific reactions, many others will experience a range of symptoms. The challenge for health professionals is to assess and manage individual reactions and their impact. Appropriate and comprehensive management of menopause with effective patient education can make a significant difference to a woman's quality of life and health status. This program discusses the efficacy and safety of evidence based treatments; the latest research on hormone replacement therapy and its relative risks and benefits; the impact of lifestyle interventions; and the evidence base for complementary or "natural" treatments. The program emphasises the benefits of a multidisciplinary approach to the management of problems associated with menopause. The key message for General Practitioners and other primary health care professionals is to stay 'on guard' and be aware of the range of factors impacting on a woman's experience of menopause. Produced by the Rural Health Education Foundation http://www.rhef.com.au/
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Early Identification and Treatment of Prenatally Exposed Infants
 
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In this webinar, attendees participated in a discussion on early identification of prenatally exposed infants at birth, definition of substance exposed infants across systems, and pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment of infants with NAS. Attendees for this webinar included medical partners, specifically pediatricians, neonatologists, and others in the medical community who work closely with substance exposed infants at birth. A portion of time is dedicated for Q&A with Dr. Burke and the SEI-IDTA sites. Dr. Sharon Burke, M.D. is the Clinical Director of the Infant Toddler Rehabilitation Program at PSE&G Children’s Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey where she joined in 1993. She is also clinical instructor in Pediatrics and Neonatology at Rutgers University Hospital and RWJMC. She did a pediatric internship and residency at NBIMC and Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship at SPMC. From 1989-1993, Dr. Burke was the Clinical Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at University Hospital, Newark, NJ Dr. Burke graduated from Ross University School of Medicine in 1983. She has won several awards and honors for her work. Visit https://www.ncsacw.samhsa.gov/default.aspx to learn more.
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Comorbid Autism Spectrum Disorder and SMI
 
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