Daily News Podcast

Intranasal esketamine gets FDA support for refractory depression


FDA panels are backing intranasal esketamine for refractory depression. Also today, the office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology aims to help doctors and patients with information sharing, most physicians think that health care costs and access are unlikely to improve in 2019, and vaccination and antiviral treatment do not affect the risk of stroke following shingles.
Amazon Alexa
Apple Podcasts
Google Podcasts

Recommended Reading

‘Telereferrals’ improved mental health referral follow-through
MDedge Pediatrics
Opioids often prescribed in low-income areas
MDedge Pediatrics
Love hormone plein air, posh preused Kleenex, and dieting plague vectors
MDedge Pediatrics
Congress’ first pediatrician settles into new job
MDedge Pediatrics
How are you at coping with transparency?
MDedge Pediatrics