'Off-label' Use of Ophthalmic Medicines

May 2012
Review of Optometry;5/15/2012 Clinical Guide to Ophtha, p21A
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The article offers information on the implications of the off-label use of medical products. It mentions a statement from the Alliance of Specialty Medicine which indicates that off-label of uses of medical products are an integral component of the art and science of medical practice. it mentions the off-label use of Topamax which is indicated for treatment of seizure disorders and migraine headaches prevention. INSETS: Off-Label Use of Drugs and Devices;Oft-Label: Sometimes the Best Medicine;Be Thoughtful When Prescribing.


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