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28 days ago
In patients with nocturnal urgency secondary to overactive bladder (OAB) and low nocturnal bladder capacity, a mismatch between nocturnal urine production and bladder capacity may predict response to treatment with fesoterodine, according to a study. Symptom improvement appears to be mediated by increases in typical rather than maximum nocturnal voided volumes and be associated with improved quality of life.
one year ago
During the Pharmacy Academy: The Pharmacist’s Role in Improving Patient Care held in Kuala Lumpur on the 8th of August, 2014, various expert speakers presented practical information and gave useful tips that pharmacists can use for their role in patient care.
20 days ago
Use of tadalafil daily may lead to increased lean mass content in nonobese men, with the increase potentially linked to improved insulin secretion, estradiol reduction and enhanced endothelial function in vivo.
11 days ago
Uric acid (UA) may play a protective role in the development of erectile dysfunction (ED), a recent study suggests.