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1949 1
1950 6
1951 15
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1953 22
1954 21
1955 15
1956 16
1957 8
1958 11
1959 10
1960 9
1961 6
1962 4
1963 11
1964 3
1965 2
1967 1
1969 1
1976 1
1982 1
1985 3
1986 22
1987 55
1988 74
1989 68
1990 85
1991 88
1992 68
1993 56
1994 58
1995 78
1996 62
1997 75
1998 81
1999 81
2000 77
2001 70
2002 86
2003 82
2004 77
2005 91
2006 74
2007 84
2008 69
2009 68
2010 76
2011 73
2012 84
2013 76
2014 76
2015 83
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2017 63
2018 75
2019 37
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Acetaminophen and Febrile Seizure Recurrences During the Same Fever Episode
Murata S, et al. Pediatrics 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30297499 Free article.
RESULTS: We evaluated 423 patients; of these, 219 were in the rectal acetaminophen group, and 204 were in the no antipyretics group. In the univariate analysis, the FS recurrence rate was significantly lower in the rectal acetaminophen group (9.1%) than in the no antipyretics group (23.5%; P < .001). ...
RESULTS: We evaluated 423 patients; of these, 219 were in the rectal acetaminophen group, and 204 were in the no antipyretics group. …
Alternate Routes of Administration of Antidepressant and Antipsychotic Medications.
Kaminsky BM, et al. Ann Pharmacother 2015 - Review. PMID 25907529
OBJECTIVE: To review the administration of antidepressant and antipsychotic medications via inhaled, intranasal, buccal, sublingual, transdermal, and rectal routes. ...Case reports and studies describe intranasal, sublingual, and transdermal routes of administration of antipsychotic medications as well as buccal, sublingual, transdermal, and rectal administration of antidepressant medications. ...
OBJECTIVE: To review the administration of antidepressant and antipsychotic medications via inhaled, intranasal, buccal, sublingual, …
Evaluation of the Macy Catheter®: a rectal catheter for rapid medication and fluid administration.
Macygin KMC, et al. Expert Rev Med Devices 2018 - Review. PMID 29846093
The rectum is an underutilized administration point that can be accessed with speed and relative ease. Areas Covered: Literature reviews of pharmaceutical, medical, and nursing references reveal current and historical science that validates the rectal route as a means of alternative administration for fluids and medications. ...The physiology of the rectum allows for rapid and reliable administration of a variety of medications as well as hydration. This serves as an introduction to a novel, simple, cost effective device that allows for discreet and painless rectal administration of fluids and medications when the oral route is compromised and/or intravenous access is difficult or unnecessary. ...
The rectum is an underutilized administration point that can be accessed with speed and relative ease. Areas Covered: Literature revi …
Intramuscular and rectal therapies of acute seizures.
Leppik IE and Patel SI. Epilepsy Behav 2015 - Review. PMID 26071998
Almost all AEDs have been evaluated for rectal administration as solutions, gels, and suppositories. In a placebo-controlled study, diazepam (DZP) was administered at home by caregivers in doses that ranged from 0.2 to 0.5 mg/kg. ...The relative rectal bioavailability of gabapentin, oxcarbazepine, and phenytoin is so low that the current formulations are not considered to be suitable for administration by this route. ...
Almost all AEDs have been evaluated for rectal administration as solutions, gels, and suppositories. In a placebo-controlled s …
Rectal drug administration in adults: how, when, why.
Lowry M. Nurs Times 2016. PMID 27071237
This article explains how the rectal route functions in drug absorption, clarifies when this route is appropriate to use and outlines the steps nurses should follow to prepare patients adequately and safely to carry out the procedure....
This article explains how the rectal route functions in drug absorption, clarifies when this route is appropriate to use and outlines …
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