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New Dosage Forms to Help You Take Your Medicine

The GoodRx Pharmacist - May 20, 2015

Medications these days are not only limited to traditional routes like taking a pill by mouth. A variety of new and improved dosage forms have been created with your best interests in mind.

If you have trouble remembering to take your medication, or for example, if you’re a diabetic who doesn’t like needles, one of the newer dosage forms just might be right for you!

What types of new dosage forms now exist?

  • Iontophoretic transdermal systems
  • Long-acting injections
  • Inhaled medications
  • Dissolvable tablets and films

Are there advantages to using these newer forms?

Yes—some of these new forms can help you resolve common issues like:

  • Problems swallowing medication.
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Prolia, the New Darling in the Treatment of Osteoporosis

Dr. Sharon Orrange - January 22, 2014

When certain medications come along that may transform the way we treat common conditions, like osteoporosis, you should know about it. So, what is this new injection for osteoporosis?

Prolia (denosumab) is an injection given every 6 months for the treatment and prevention of osteoporosis. Here is what you need to know about the injection that may change the management of osteoporosis:

What medications do we have now? Bisphosphonate medications are the current first line treatment of osteoporosis and include the well known once a week alendronate (Fosamax) and once a month ibandronate (Boniva). See More

Quick! You’ve Met Your Deductible, It’s Time to Use Your Benefits

Dr. Sharon Orrange - December 13, 2013

Our offices are packed with folks “gettin’ things done” before the end of the year because they’ve met their deductible and, well, things are “free” now. Here are the things you can think about cramming in before 2014 starts.

1. Take a shot! Vaccinations. Make sure your Tdap, Zostavax, Pneumovax, Influenza, Hep A and B vaccines are up to date. Tdap every 10 years, Zostavax just once after the age of 60. See More

Prolia: A New Medication for Osteoporosis

Dr. Sharon Orrange - December 06, 2012

The medications widely used for the treatment and prevention of osteoporosis are the bisphosphonates: Boniva (ibandronate), Fosamax (alendronate) and Actonel (risedronate). While these are safe and effective, concerns have been raised about some side effects like atypical fractures and jaw osteonecrosis (“dead” jaw bone) making some folks leery of taking these meds.

Enter Prolia. Prolia is a new medication that works quite differently then the bisphosphonates and is generating buzz for the treatment and prevention of osteoporosis. See More

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