Cefepime Seizure Risk On 6/26/2012, the FDA annouced an a risk for seizure when cefepime is not dose-adjusted for renal dysfunction. The Drug Safety Communication announced the increased seizure risk based on on 59 cases of non-convulsive status epilepticus Continue reading Seizure Risk for Cefepime if not Dose Adjusted
Coffee and medicine go together like … well … coffee and doctors. I have loved coffee at least since medical school – most of us succumb to the peer pressure of drinking coffee while studying medicine. My earliest memory of Continue reading Coffee and Medicine
Hostigation Review I posted a review of my vps host over at hostigation review on gentoovps.net. Over the past twelve months, I could not be happier with there service. If you are in the market for a vps, I suggest Continue reading Hostigation Review
The short answer is probably not – the randomized control trial is safe for now. The longer answer when it comes to exploring molecular targets in oncology we may need to rethink the double-blind randomized control trial. Since current methods Continue reading End of the Double-Blind Randomized Control Trial?
The Sync Problem As chief resident, I work on my office computer during the day. Often I work on the same files at night by transporting them via usb stick. At home synchronizing my usb stick to my laptop is Continue reading Windows Portable Sync Comparison
Ondansetron (Zofran) Prolonged QT On 6/29/2012, the FDA announced an a risk for prolonged QT in patients given the high dose (32mg) ondansetron injection. The Drug Safety Communication announced that the 32mg dose should be avoid and the drug’s label Continue reading Zofran Causes Prolonged QT at High Dose
My first Raspberry Pi post was quite popular so I thought I would do a second. You might have caught that production has ramped up and as more people get their hands on a Raspberry Pi, we are seeing more Continue reading Raspberry Pi Video Roundup
Raspberry Pi – Cheap Computing for the Masses Recently I have come across Raspberry Pi, a project to create a $35 computer (for model B). The project started in 2006 and will soon be on sale in the United States. Continue reading Raspberry Pi, a $35 Computer