FDA
FDA
07/06/2020
The FDA has approved a treatment option for adults with multidrug resistant HIV infection, marking a “new class of antiretroviral medications” for this patient population.
07/06/2020
FDA
FDA
06/15/2020
The US Food and Drug Administration approved a drug for the treatment of HIV-1 infection in conjunction with other antiretroviral therapies among children aged at least 4 weeks who weigh at least 3 kg. ...
06/15/2020
Public Health
Bruce Y. Lee, MD
Public Health
05/28/2020
In this podcast, Dr Lee discusses available data on the use of remdesivir for the treatment of severe COVID-19, and how the FDA's emergency authorization of remdesivir will impact the care of hospitalized...
05/28/2020
Urology
Urology
11/15/2019
The new antibacterial drug was approved after it was proven safe and effective in a study of 448 patients with complicated UTIs.
11/15/2019
Lung Infections
Lung Infections
08/15/2019
After a clinical trial showed positive results in 89% of participants, a new drug regimen was approved by the FDA for highly drug-resistant forms of pulmonary tuberculosis.
08/15/2019
FDA
FDA
07/17/2019
A new 3-drug antibacterial drug injection containing an FDA-approved antibiotic and a new β-lactamase inhibitor has been approved.
07/17/2019
FDA
FDA
06/04/2019
After a multinational, double-blind trial showed positive results, the FDA approved a new indication for an already-approved antibacterial drug.
06/04/2019
Immunizations
Immunizations
05/03/2019
The FDA has approved the first vaccine approved in the US for the prevention of dengue disease caused by all 4 serotypes of dengue virus in patients aged 9 through 16 years with laboratory-confirmed...
05/03/2019
Treatment
Treatment
04/09/2019
After 2 randomized clinical trials found it as safe and effective as the standard 3-drug regimen, the FDA approved the first 2-drug regimen for adults with HIV-1 who have never been treated with ART.
04/09/2019
FDA
FDA
11/19/2018
The antibacterial drug is approved to treat travelers’ diarrhea, which is defined as having 3 or more unformed stools in 24 hours, in a person who is traveling.
11/19/2018