In his debut blog, Richard Meiser-Stedman explores a recent Cochrane systematic review which finds no evidence for the use of medication to prevent the onset of PTSD in people who have been exposed to a traumatic event.[read the full story...]
Treatment modalities in burning mouth syndrome
In this blog Manàs Dave looks at a systematic review of treatment options for patients with Burning Mouth Syndrome (BMS). Study heterogeneity means that only a narrative summary was possible so there is a need for high quality research in this area.[read the full story...]
Non-medical use of prescription drugs #NonMedicalDrugs
Ian Hamilton and Julia Buxton from the University of York preview the #NonMedicalDrugs event that will take place in York on Friday 16th March 2018.
The meeting will bring together people who can offer personal and professional insights of the extent of the issue and how we can support people who develop problems.[read the full story...]
Burning mouth syndrome: limited evidence for treatments
Twenty two RCTs were identified for this review of treatments for burning mouth syndrome. A broad range of therapies were included but they provide limited evidence to support or refute the therapies. More high quality appropriately powered are studies are needed using standard outcomes measures.[read the full story...]