A newly Danish study within Psyciatry shows a significant improvement of medical psychiatry when PGx test was used. https://via.ritzau.dk/pressemeddelelse/personlig-medicin-flere-gentest-giver-bedre-effekt-af-laegemidler?publisherId=12670528&releaseId=13623927
Aarhus University Hospital Psychiatry, Aarhus, Denmark, shows in a real-world pharmacogenetic frequency study of genotypes and phenotypes among 77.684 persons a high number (72%) of at least one pharmacogenetic variant or divergent phenotype indicating the importance of pharmacogenetic panel-based genotyping. The study also touches upon panel based genotyping could increase [...]
Danish article:: https://issuu.com/farmaci/docs/hele-bladet-farmaci-nr-02-2021 A genotype analysis of a persons pharmacogenes help selecting the right medication to the right patient in the right dose based on DNA. More and more pharmacies in Denmark now successfully offers a Personal Medicine Service to their patients.
Community pharmacy services have evolved to include medical and pharmaceutical interventions alongside dispensing. The pharmacogenomic testing service was implemented across a selection of community pharmacies in the Netherlands. Data were captured on test outcomes and through a pharmacist survey. Following testing, 17.8% of the clinical samples were recommended to avoid [...]
There is a strong and ever-growing body of evidence regarding the use of pharmacogenomics to inform cardiovascular pharmacology. Given the broad relevance of pharmacogenomics to areas, such as thrombosis and coagulation, interventional cardiology, heart failure, arrhythmias, clinical trials and policy / regulatory activity within cardiovascular medicine, as well as to [...]
Up to 30% of patients do not respond well to the anticonvulsants they try. A recent report shows that people on a more aggressive treatment regimen, with three or more antiepileptic medications, have a three times lower risk of sudden death than people treated with one AED alone. Combinations including [...]