Special Issue "Medication Use in Pediatrics"
A special issue of Pharmacy (ISSN 2226-4787).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2019) | Viewed by 3772
Interests: pediatric pharmacotherapy; obesity; diabetes; ambulatory care services
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Special Issue in Pharmacy: Pediatric Drug Safety and Medication Use
In pediatric pharmacotherapy, clinicians are often left to use case reports, case series, and retrospective reviews to determine the most efficacious and safe pharmacotherapy in pediatric patients. Despite federal legistlation, the lag time for pediatric-specific labeling for drugs approved for use in adults is approximately eight years. This lag time necessitates the use of medications off-lable. The intent of this Special Issue is to provide clinicians with data supporting or cautioning use of medications that may have limited data to optimize efficacious and safe pharmacotherapy in pediatrics.
We invite authors to share expeiences with medications in pediatric patients with limited data related to efficacy and safety. This may include experience with new dosing regimens, monitoring parameters, and pharmacokinetic or pharmacogenomic considerations. Our hope is that this Issue can contribute to and advance pediatric pharmacotherapy.
Prof. Dr. Sandra Benavides
Prof. Dr. Shirin Madzhidova
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