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Thomas Jefferson's last letter
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On this episode, I discuss the pharmacology of cholestyramine. Cholestyramine was originally developed as an agent to manage cholesterol, but has fallen out of favor for some of the more effective agents like statins. Cholestyramine is notorious for binding drug interactions. It can reduce concentrations of drugs like amiodarone, digoxin, oral contraceptives, immunosuppressive and many more! In patients with chronic diarrhea, cholestyramine is occasionally used off label to help manage symptoms because it tends to have constipating effects.
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Episode 29 Garreth
Garreth Broesche talks chronic inflammatory response syndrome (CIRS) & expensive and ineffective treatment for the lyme he didnâ€™t have. Transcript Hi, Iâ€™m Brianne Benness and this is No End In Sight, a podcast about life with chronic illness. I have a few quick notes before we get started: First, I am still behind on transcripts, â€¦ Episode 29 â€“ GarrethRead More Â»