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  • Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome Caused by Fioricet (Butalbital-Acetaminophen-Caffeine). [Case Reports]
    Case Rep Med 2019; 2019:5410872Cret N, Halalau M, … Halalau A
  • A common side effect of Fioricet (butalbital-acetaminophen-caffeine) is high blood pressure caused by the caffeine content. We report a case of a 54-year-old female who developed the worst headache of her life after taking 2 tablets of butalbital-acetaminophen-caffeine every six hours for three days before presenting to the emergency department, where her blood pressure was 178/87 mmHg. A brain M…
  • Headache in Pregnancy and the Puerperium. [Review]
    Neurol Clin 2019; 37(1):31-51Burch R
  • Migraine is the most common cause of headache during pregnancy. Pregnancy increases risk for many causes of headache, including pathologic vascular processes. Headache associated with neurologic signs or symptoms or that is progressive and refractory to treatment; acute in onset; and severe, postural, or different from typical headaches should be evaluated. Work-up should include cerebral and cer…
  • Migraine Treatment in Pregnant Women Presenting to Acute Care: A Retrospective Observational Study. [Journal Article]
    Headache 2019; 59(2):173-179Hamilton KT, Robbins MS
  • CONCLUSIONS: While the majority of pregnant women with acute migraine received medications considered relatively safe in pregnancy, there was variation in treatment choice and sequence. Some acute medications considered potentially hazardous for fetal health and less effective for migraine (opioids and butalbital) were used frequently, whereas other treatments that may have low teratogenic risk (nerve blocks, IV fluid boluses, and triptans) were used less or not at all. These results indicate a need for developing guidelines and protocols to standardize acute treatment of migraine in pregnancy.
  • Medication Overuse Headache Due to Butalbital, Acetaminophen, and Caffeine Tablets. [Journal Article]
    J Pain Palliat Care Pharmacother 2016; 30(2):148-9Feeney R
  • Questions from patients about pain conditions and analgesic pharmacotherapy and responses from authors are presented to help educate patients and make them more effective self-advocates. Medication overuse headache is a relatively common cause for chronic daily headache in the migraine patient. In reply to a question, medication overuse headache is reviewed, acute and preventive medications are d…
  • Managing Migraine During Pregnancy and Lactation. [Review]
    Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep 2016; 16(4):40Wells RE, Turner DP, … Strauss L
  • While over half of women with migraine report improvement during pregnancy, having a history of migraine may increase the chance of negative health outcomes. The state of pregnancy increases the risk of several dangerous secondary headache disorders, especially those associated with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, and providers need to know the red flags to diagnose and treat emergently. Non…
  • Sustained hypotension following intravenous metoclopramide. [Case Reports]
    Ann Pharmacother 2013; 47(11):1577-80Nguyen TT, Petzel Gimbar RM
  • CONCLUSIONS: There are few published case reports of metoclopramide-induced hypotension in the current literature. Of those published, all showed transient hypotension with metoclopramide, lasting seconds to minutes. An objective causality assessment for drug-associated adverse drug reaction showed metoclopramide as a probable cause of the patient's hypotension (Naranjo score of 5). In this case, several indicators of metoclopramide induced hypotension were evident, including the timing of the hypotension after drug administration and the lack of any other possible causes of hypotension. This is the first published case report of sustained hypotension due to intravenous metoclopramide.Intravenous metoclopramide may cause sustained episodes of hypotension.
  • Canadian Headache Society Guideline: acute drug therapy for migraine headache. [Guideline]
    Can J Neurol Sci 2013; 40(5 Suppl 3):S1-S80Worthington I, Pringsheim T, … Canadian Headache Society Acute Migraine Treatment Guideline Development Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: This guideline provides evidence-based advice on acute pharmacological migraine therapy, and should be helpful to both health professionals and patients, The available medications have been organized into a series of strategies based on patient clinical features. These strategies may help practitioners make appropriate acute medication choices for patients with migraine.
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