Tag: traumatic brain injury

Modafinil for the Improvement of Patient Outcomes Following Traumatic Brain Injury

Modafinil for the Improvement of Patient Outcomes Following Traumatic Brain Injury

| April 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

by Amne Borghol, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP; Michael Aucoin, PharmD; Ifeanyichukwu Onor, PharmD, BCPS; Dana Jamero, PharmD, BCOP; and Fadi Hawawini, DO, CMD  Drs. Borghol, Onor, and Jamero are with the College of Pharmacy at Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dr. Aucoin is with the Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Dr. Hawawini […]

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Hot Topics in Neuroscience: Is Electroconvulsive Therapy a Treatment for Depression Following Traumatic Brain Injury?

Hot Topics in Neuroscience: Is Electroconvulsive Therapy a Treatment for Depression Following Traumatic Brain Injury?

| April 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

This ongoing column explores off-label or emerging treatment options, drug development trends, and theoretical concepts in the field of neuroscience. by Anja Srienc, PhD, MD; Puneet Narang, MD; Simrat Sarai, MD; Yee Xiong, MD; and Steven Lippmann, MD Dr. Srienc is with the Medical Scientist Training Program & Graduate Program in Neuroscience at the University […]

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Letter to the editor: Modafinil Augmentation Therapy in Patient with Traumatic Brain Injury

Letter to the editor: Modafinil Augmentation Therapy in Patient with Traumatic Brain Injury

| April 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Innov Clin Neurosci. 2017;14(3–4):11 Dear Editor: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a significant cause of morbidity and mortality. Annually, more than two million people in the United States will sustain a TBI, and approximately one quarter of those will require hospitalization. Of those who survive TBI, many continue to suffer from a variety of symptoms, […]

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Letters to the Editor: Discussing sexual health after traumatic brain injury: an unmet need!

Letters to the Editor: Discussing sexual health after traumatic brain injury: an unmet need!

| February 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Innov Clin Neurosci. 2017;14(1–2):11–12. Dear Editor: Sexual dysfunction (SD) after traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an often neglected and underreported issue within the medical field.[1,2] A recent interesting work by Bivona et al[1] found that TBI survivors and their partners showed a decrease in sexual desire and frequency of sexual intercourse, particularly those who suffered […]

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