In the past, the treatment of hypertension ï¿½ particularly mild to moderate hypertension ï¿½ has been something of an act of faith, since evidence that any benefit accrues in terms of CHD has been tenuous.
The achievement of a pregnancy requires the successful production of gametes in both sexes, the necessary interactions for their fusion and fertilization and the subsequent maternal events that lead to the successful conclusion of pregnancy.
The problems inherent in prescribing NSAIDs have subjected GPs to conflicting pressures for many years. For all the research, arthritis patients are still in pain, while respected sources still counsel caution.
The human immune response to the nonhuman protein found in many monoclonal antibodies frequently neutralizes the therapeutic efficacy of these unique entities and, until recently, has limited their clinical applications.