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Advances in Pharmacy  [9]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/202581

Advances in Pharmacy: Journal of Student Solutions to Pharmacy Problems (AiP) was an open access, online publication dedicated to disseminating student research relevant to pharmacy practice. The aim of this publication was to provide an accessible outlet and a learning environment to encourage student participation in rigorous research. AiP is not a peer-reviewed publication; however all papers published in AiP underwent a rigorous review process by expert reviewers. Work submitted to AiP was reviewed by participating University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy faculty with expertise in basic and clinical research, and pharmacy practice. AiP was an experimental publication and was open only to students in the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy.


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Opioid Use In Pregnant Women and its Effect on the Development of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome in Newborns

Qiao Yang, Yue; Ding, Viki (University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing, 2017-06)
The current guidelines for chronic noncancer pain management by the American Pain Society rec- ommends opioids as the therapeutic choice to lessen pain and/or recover physical and psychological functioning. However, misuse ...

An Investigation Into the Evidence Behind Budesonide/Formoterol (Symbicort®) Usage in the Outpatient Setting as Reliever Medication for Asthma

Walek, Stephanie; McDonald, Ashley; Wolff, Robert (University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing, 2017-06)
Objective: To review the available scientific evidence behind the use of budesonide/formoterol for maintenance and reliever therapy for the outpatient control of asthma exacerbation. Data sources: The Medline database was ...

Smoking and its effects on postpartum depression.

Swanson, Elizabeth; Scott, Elizabeth; Thomas, Meredith (University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing, 2017-06)
An estimated 10 to 15% of new mothers experience symptoms of postpartum depression (PPD), and while it has been estimated that up to 10% of women smoke tobacco during the last 3 months of pregnancy(1), there has been limited ...

The Benefits of Raloxifene Use in Postmenopausal Women with Alzheimer’s Disease

Sobota, Sara (University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing, 2017-06)
This qualitative systematic review aims to compile evidence to assess potential cognitive benefit with raloxifene use in postmenopausal women with Alzheimers disease. PubMed, EMBASE, and Cochrane Library databases were ...

Pharmacy Services in Telepharmacy: how’s it working, where it’s working, and what’s required to practice in this new setting.

Skrei, Aimee; Rundquist, Michelle M. (University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing, 2017-06)
Telepharmacy is a rapidly growing area of communication within pharmaceutical care delivery, es- pecially in rural areas. The purpose of this literature review was to determine where telepharmacy is currently being practiced ...

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