Growth Hormone Deficiency
The guidelines focused on idiopathic short stature, growth hormone deficiency, and primary IGF-I deficiency.
Chronic hypopituitarism was noted in 44% of US veterans with mild traumatic brain injury.
The FDA has approved the FlexPro PenMate is intended for users of Norditropin, which is indicated for patients with growth hormone-related disorders, who prefer hidden needles during injection.
Ferring announced that the FDA has approved the name changes of its newly acquired products to be marketed as Zomacton (somatropin [rDNA origin]; formerly Tev-Tropin) for injection, and the needle-free delivery system as Zoma-Jet (formerly Tjet).
Patients with growth hormone deficiency reaped significant benefits in quality of live over the long term.
Significantly higher risk of hemorrhagic stroke in early adulthood seen with treatment.
Growth hormone treatment may increase depression and withdrawal symptoms in children with growth hormone deficiency or idiopathic short stature.
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