Continuous infusion of the NSAID ketorolac, a powerful nonopioid analgesic, is a safe therapeutic option for the management of postoperative pain, concludes a double-blind randomized controlled trial.
The symptoms of overactive bladder syndrome were most improved when patients used anticholinergic drugs either alone or in combination with bladder training exercises, according to the results of an intervention review and meta-analysis conducted by the Cochrane Incontinence Group.
Certain herbal and complementary medicines may be a valuable treatment option for women with postmenopausal symptoms, according to a new review outlining the advantages and limitations of the available treatments of postmenopausal symptoms.
Women should wait 12 to 18 months after weight-loss surgery before trying to become pregnant, according to an evidence-based literature review.
Nurse-delivered interventions that combined psychoeducation with supportive attention may help improve mood in patients in whom cancer has been newly diagnosed.
Modifying the surface of pelvic mesh with phosphorylcholine (PC) may help reduce the incidence of mesh-related complications.
Using sophisticated gene sequencing methods, researchers at Yale School of Medicine have demonstrated a regulatory link between stem cell factors that fuel the growth of ovarian cancer and the prognosis of patients, according to a new report.
In high-risk women, a regimen of aspirin cannot prevent preeclampsia but may reduce the incidence of the condition, reported researchers in Finland.
Evaluation of a patient’s lipid profile before prescribing a combined oral contraceptive could be justified by the high prevalence of dyslipidemia, concludes a new study.
The use of fluids to increase blood flow before major surgery, with or without inotropes or vasoactive drugs, does not reduce mortality but may be associated with fewer complications and shorter hospital stays.