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  • Anorexia and the Cancer Patient. [Review]
  • VCVet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract 2019 Jun 06
  • Johannes CM, Musser ML
  • Appetite influences perceived quality of life for a dog or cat with cancer. Inappetence often is multifactorial, complicating treatment. Cancer-related anorexia/cachexia syndrome is a metabolic, para…
  • Adverse Effects of Pharmacologic Treatments of Major Depression in Older Adults. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Am Geriatr Soc 2019 May 29
  • Sobieraj DM, Martinez BK, … Baker WL
  • CONCLUSIONS: In patients 65 years of age or older with MDD, treatment of the acute phase of MDD with SNRIs, but not SSRIs, was associated with a statistically greater number of overall adverse events vs placebo. SSRIs and SNRIs led to a greater number of study withdrawals due to adverse events vs placebo. Duloxetine increased the risk of falls that as an outcome was underreported in the literature. Few studies examined head-to-head comparisons, most trials were not powered to evaluate adverse events, and results of observational studies may be confounded. Comparative long-term studies reporting specific adverse events are needed to inform clinical decision making regarding choice of antidepressants in this population.
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