Most Read Articles
5 days ago
Elderly adults using hypoglycaemic glucose-lowering drugs, such as insulin and glinides, have an excess risk of hospitalization for serious trauma, a recent study has found.
Pearl Toh, 6 days ago

The duration of dual antiplatelet therapy (DAPT) should be individualized based on ischaemic and bleeding risk of a particular patient, rather than focusing on a dualistic short- vs long-duration therapy thinking, advocates a leading expert during AFCC 2018.

07 Oct 2018
Patients using long-acting opioids with immunosuppressive properties are at greater risk of developing serious infections compared with those using the nonimmunosuppressive opioid counterpart, according to a study.
5 days ago
Rather than the presence or type or urinary incontinence, increasing severity of urinary incontinence correlates with increased depression, anxiety and stress among treatment-seeking women with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), suggests a study.

Influenza prophylaxis: Improving antimicrobial stewardship and removing vaccination barriers

01 Sep 2018
The “Stay healthy: You call the shots” meeting, hosted by Sanofi Pasteur, was held at Thistle Port Dickson. During the meeting, Dr Ho Bee Kiau, Dr Leong Chee Loon and Dr Salehuddin Samsudin shared their insights into the role of influenza vaccination in reducing antimicrobial resistance (AMR), complications in high-risk patient populations, and dispelling vaccination myths among patients.

Related MIMS Drugs

Digital Edition
Asia's trusted medical magazine for healthcare professionals. Get your MIMS Doctor - Malaysia digital copy today!
Sign In To Download
Editor's Recommendations
Most Read Articles
5 days ago
Elderly adults using hypoglycaemic glucose-lowering drugs, such as insulin and glinides, have an excess risk of hospitalization for serious trauma, a recent study has found.
Pearl Toh, 6 days ago

The duration of dual antiplatelet therapy (DAPT) should be individualized based on ischaemic and bleeding risk of a particular patient, rather than focusing on a dualistic short- vs long-duration therapy thinking, advocates a leading expert during AFCC 2018.

07 Oct 2018
Patients using long-acting opioids with immunosuppressive properties are at greater risk of developing serious infections compared with those using the nonimmunosuppressive opioid counterpart, according to a study.
5 days ago
Rather than the presence or type or urinary incontinence, increasing severity of urinary incontinence correlates with increased depression, anxiety and stress among treatment-seeking women with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), suggests a study.