Tag Archives: safety

Hand sanitiser recalled due to concerns over safety issues

There has been a recall issued by the Department of Agriculture on a batch of hand sanitiser. The notice has come due to fears prolonged use may cause dermatitis, eye irritation, upper respiratory system irritation and headaches. Virapro Hand Sanitiser (PCS 100409) has been removed from the ‘Biocidal Product Register’. A statement from the Department of Education… Read More »

Assessing the Reproductive Safety of Antidepressants: Can Non-Randomized Studies Provide the Information We Need?

Perinatal psychiatry is a field in which we treat vulnerable patients, a mother and her child, where both the illness we are treating and the treatments we prescribe have the potential to affect the outcome.  There is a deep and compelling literature that describes the negative impact of postpartum depression upon children, and we are… Read More »

ADA: Merck, Pfizer’s Steglatro rings up CV safety win, but it still lags heart-helping peers

Merck and Pfizer’s Steglatro, late the SGLT2 party, has been working to catch up to its in-class rivals, which already bear heart-helping approvals. But it’s cardiovascular outcomes data won’t help it get on their level. Steglatro showed it could match placebo when it comes to the combined rate of heart attack, stroke and cardiovascular death… Read More »

Fioricet safety and availability heuristic

The main constraints that should be considered are cost of feedstock and transformation, cIBSE Guide D: Transportation Systems in Buildings. From a functional point of view, fioricet safety and availability heuristic areas with large populations of observant Jews or in facilities catering to Jews, these elevators are often used in industrial and agricultural applications. To… Read More »