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  • Sumatriptan Does Not Antagonize CGRP-Induced Symptoms in Healthy Volunteers. [Journal Article]
    Headache 2020Falkenberg K, Rønde Bjerg H, … Olesen J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Sumatriptan does not influence headache score, accompanying symptoms or other symptoms induced by CGRP. Furthermore, a 2-hour CGRP infusion causes a wide range of side effects and does not induce more headache than the usual 20-minute infusion. Thus, the prolonged infusion of CGRP in healthy volunteers is not a valid and pragmatic model for testing new anti-migraine drugs.
  • The Headache Pipeline: Excitement and Uncertainty. [Journal Article]
    Headache 2020; 60(1):190-199Rapoport AM, McAllister P
  • There are many new treatment options available for migraine and more are coming. Three calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) antagonist monoclonal antibodies have been approved and a 4th is due in early 2020. Small molecule CGRP receptor-blocking oral compounds, both for acute care and prevention, are also coming. Four neurostimulators are available, with others on the way. New acute treatments …
  • Contribution of intraganglionic CGRP to migraine-like responses in male and female rats. [Journal Article]
    Cephalalgia 2019; :333102419896539Araya EI, Turnes JM, … Chichorro JG
  • CONCLUSIONS: Intraganglionar calcitonin gene-related peptide may play a major role in migraine-like responses, including periorbital mechanical allodynia, light sensitivity and anxiety like-behavior. Female rats are likely to be more susceptible to calcitonin gene-related peptide effects and a better understanding of the sexual dimorphism in calcitonin gene-related peptide signaling may help to improve migraine therapy.
  • A Brief Look at Urgent Care Visits for Migraine: The Care Received and Ideas to Guide Migraine Care in this Proliferating Medical Setting. [Journal Article]
    Headache 2019Minen MT, Zhou K, Miller L
  • CONCLUSIONS: The majority of patients in our study who sought medical treatment for migraine in these 2 urgent care centers were not established patients within the urgent care centers' healthcare system. While 93.6% (73/78) of patients were experiencing current pain upon presentation to the urgent care centers, only 12.3% (9/73) received administration of the medications with the highest level of evidence by the American Headache Society (Level B) for acute migraine treatment in an ED. In addition, the majority of patients with a migraine history presenting to the urgent care setting were not given triptans or anti-emetic prescriptions upon discharge from their urgent care visit. Having these migraine-specific prescriptions may improve self-treatment at home should a migraine attack recur.
  • LiverTox: Clinical and Research Information on Drug-Induced Liver Injury: Migraine Headache Agents [BOOK]
    National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases: Bethesda (MD)BOOK
  • Migraine headaches are marked by repeated, paroxysmal attacks of moderate-to-severe throbbing, one-sided headaches which (without treatment) last 4 to 72 hours and are usually associated with symptoms of nausea and vomiting. Migraine headaches are typically exacerbated by motion, bright lights and loud noises. Migraines may be associated with focal neurological symptoms referred to as “aura” whic…
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