As an example, he referred to the issues addressed by the FMA House of Delegates at its meeting last May indicating that there was very little that really dealt with the problems of physicians such as Medicare, relations with the Department of Professional Regulation, Workers' Compensation, HMO's, the Federal Trade Commission and other legislative issues affecting the practice of medicine. Faber maintained that tussis convulsiva and measles mutually excluded buy each other. E g where pain has a variable threshold on exertion or in unstable angina where electrocardiographic findings are compatible with intermittent vasospasm, or when angina is refractory to nitrates and or adequate doses of beta blockers II Chronic Stable Angina (Classical Ettort-Associated Angina): PROCARDIA is indicated for the management of chronic stable angina (effort-associated angina) without evidence ot vasospasm in patients who remain symptomatic despite adequate doses ot beta blockers and or organic nitrates or who cannot tolerate those agents In chronic stable angina (effort-associated angina) PROCARDIA has been effective in controlled trials of up to eight weeks duration in reducing angina frequency and increasing exercise tolerance, but confirmation ot sustained etfectiveness and evaluation ot long-term safety in those patients are Controlled studies in small numbers ot patients suggest concomitant use of PROCARDIA and beta blocking agents may be beneficial in patients with chronic stable angina but available information is not sufficient to predict with confidence the eflects of concurrent treatment especially in patients with compromised left ventricular function or cardiac conduction abnormalities When introducing such concomitant therapy care must be taken to monitor blood pressure closely since severe hypotension can occur from the combined effects of the drugs (See Warnings ) CONTRAINDICATIONS: Known hypersensitivity reaction to PROCARDIA WARNINGS: Excessive Hypotension: Although in most patients, the hypotensive effect of PROCARDIA is modest and well tolerated occasional patients have had excessive and poorly tolerated hypotension These responses have usually occurred during initial titration or at the time ot subsequent upward dosage adiustment, and may be more likely in patients on concomitant beta Severe hypotension and or increased fluid volume requirements have been reported in patients receiving PROCARDIA together with a beta blocking agent who underwent coronary artery bypass surgery using high dose tentanyl anesthesia The interaction with high dose tentanyl appears to be due to the combination ot PROCARDIA and a beta blocker but the possibility that it may occur with PROCARDIA alone with low doses ot tentanyl, mother surgical procedures or with other narcotic analgesics cannot be ruled out In PROCARDIA treated patients where surgery using high dose tentanyl anesthesia is contemplated the physician should be aware of these potential problems and PROCARDIA to be washed out ot the body prior to surgery Increased Angina: Occasional patients have developed well documented increased frequency, duration or severity ot angina on starting PROCARDIA or at the time of dosage increases The mechanism ot this response is not established but could result from decreased coronary perfusion associated with decreased diastolic pressure with increased heart rate, or from increased demand resulting from increased heart rate alone Beta Blocker Withdrawal: Patients recently withdrawn from beta blockers may develop a withdrawal syndrome with increased angina probably related to increased sensitivity to catecholamines Initiation of PROCARDIA treatment will not prevent this occurrence and might be expected to exacerbate it by provoking reflex catecholamine release There have been occasional reports ot increased angina in a setting of beta blocker withdrawal and PROCARDIA initiation It is important to taper beta blockers if possible, rather than stopping them abruptly before beginning Congestive Heart Failure: Rarely, patients, usually receiving a beta blocker have developed heart failure after beginning PROCARDIA Patients with tight aortic stenosis may be at greater risk for PRECAUTIONS: General: Hypotension: Because PROCARDIA decreases peripheral vascular resistance, careful monitoring of blood pressure during the initial administration and titration of PROCARDIA is suggested Close observation is especially recommended for patients already taking medications that are known to lower blood pressure (See Warnings ) Peripheral edema: Mild to moderate peripheral edema, typically associated with arterial vasodilation and not due to left ventricular dysfunction, occurs in about one in ten patients treated with PROCARDIA This edema occurs primarily in the lower extremities and usually responds to diuretic therapy With patients whose angina is complicated by congestive heart failure care should be taken to differentiate this peripheral edema from the effects of increasing left ventricular dysfunction Drug interactions: Beta-adrenergic blocking agents (See Indications and Warnings ) Experience of PROCARDIA and beta-blocking agents is usually well tolerated but there have been occasional literature reports suggesting that the combination may increase the likelihood ot congestive heart failure severe hypotension or exacerbation of angina Long-acting nitrates PROCARDIA may be safely co-admimstered with nitrates, but there have been no controlled studies to evaluate the antiangmal effectiveness ot this combination Digitalis Administration of PROCARDIA with digoxm increased digoxin levels in nine of twelve hundred patients with congestive heart failure during which digoxin blood levels were not measured digitalis toxicity was not observed Since there have been isolated reports of patients with elevated digoxin levels it is recommended that digoxin levels be monitored when initiating adjusting and discontinuing PROCARDIA to avoid possible over or under-digitalization Pregnancy Category C Please see full prescribing information with reference to teratogenicity in rats embryotoxicity in rats, mice and rabbits and abnormalities in monkeys ADVERSE REACTIONS: The most common adverse events include dizziness or light-headedness Syncopal episodes did not recur with reduction in the dose ot PROCARDIA or concomitant antiangmal medication Additionally, the following have been reported muscle cramps, nervousness, dyspnea, nasal and chest congestion, diarrhea constipation, inflammation, joint stiffness, snakiness sleep disturbances blurred vision difficulties in balance dermatitis pruritus urticaria fever sweating, chills and sexual difficulties Very rarely, introduction ot PROCARDIA therapy was associated with an increase in anginal pain, possibly due to associated hypotension In addition more serious adverse events were observed not readily distinguishable from the natural history ot the disease in these patients It remains possible however, that some or many ot Laboratory Tests: Rare mild to moderate transient elevations ot enzymes such as alkaline phosphatase CPK LDH SCOT and SGPT have been noted and a single incident of significantly elevated transaminases and alkaline phosphatase was seen in a patient with a history ot gall bladder disease after about eleven months of nifedipine therapy The relationship to PROCARDIA therapy is uncertain These laboratory abnormalities have rarely been associated with clinical symptoms Cholestasis, possibly due to PROCARDIA therapy has been reported twice in the extensive world Division of Hoffmann-La Roche Inc letter received by Pfizer from an While this patient's experience not all patients will respond to respond to the same degree':"My daily routine consisted of sitting in my chair trying to stay alive." PROCARDIA M as soon as it became available. In reckoning the advantages of the spray or the reverse, we must be careful to estimate the growing experience of each operator, and not hastily set aside Listerism under the idea that it is useless or worse, when increased success may most probably be machine due to the increased experience in operating. Up to the last three months she enjoyed good health; since then she has complained of a dull, aching pain in the middle and posterior part of the right thigh.
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