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  • DO NOT USE! Asthma Drug Montelukast (SINGULAIR) For The Treatment Of Hay Fever [hide all summaries]
    (November 2003)
    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), on January 23, 2003, approved the asthma drug montelukast (SINGULAIR) for the relief of symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) in adults and children two years of age and older. Montelukast is a member of a family of drugs known as leukotriene inhibitors.You should not use montelukast for the treatment of hay fever symptoms because of its meager effectiveness and exorbitant cost.
  • DO NOT USE! Strong New Safety Warning Added For The Asthma Inhaler Salmeterol (SEREVENT) [hide all summaries]
    (November 2003)
    DO NOT STOP ANY ASTHMA MEDICATION WITHOUT FIRST CONSULTING YOUR PHYSICIAN. ABRUPTLY STOPPING A MEDICATION MAY RESULT IN ACUTELY DETERIORATING ASTHMA CONTROL. In the March 2003 Worst Pills, Best Pills News we listed the asthma drug salmeterol (SEREVENT) as a DO NOT USE drug after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on January 23, 2003 that a large safety study involving the drug had been halted prematurely because an interim analysis of outcomes suggested that the drug may be associated with an increased risk of life-threatening asthma episodes or asthma-related deaths.
  • Important Safety Alert! DO NOT USE — Asthma Inhaler Salmeterol (SEREVENT) [hide all summaries]
    (March 2003)
    DO NOT STOP ANY ASTHMA MEDICATION WITHOUT FIRST CONSULTING YOUR PHYSICIAN. ABRUPTLY STOPPING A MEDICATION MAY RESULT IN ACUTELY DETERIORATING ASTHMA CONTROL. An interim analysis of a company study of outcomes suggested that the drug may be associated with an increased risk of life-threatening asthma episodes or asthma-related deaths.
  • Breathing Problems In Older Adults Using Beta-Blocking Eye Drops For Glaucoma [hide all summaries]
    (February 2003)
    Beta-blockers, a family of drugs frequently prescribed for high-blood pressure, are also very useful (as eye drops) in controlling elevated pressure in the eye (glaucoma). Because beta-blocking drugs, including the topical products, affect both the heart and the lungs these drugs should not be used in patients with bronchial asthma or a history of that disease

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