Thaiphi Luu's research while affiliated with Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and other places

Publications (4)

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Purpose: We examined whether patients are appropriately screened for previous prolonged erections or priapism and counseled about trazodone complications, specifically prolonged erections and priapism, prior to trazodone treatment. Materials and methods: We identified patients under the age of 50 on trazodone as of February 27, 2019 at the VA Ne...
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Objectives: To assess the incidence of post-operative arterial malformation (AM) and urine leak/urinoma (UL) after robotic partial nephrectomy (RPN) in a contemporary series. To evaluate risk factors for these complications. Methods: All RPNs were queried from IRB-approved retrospective and prospective nephrectomy databases. Demographics, peri-o...

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... Based on these premises, it appears that, among the high-risk list of drugs here analysed, trazodone generated indeed the strongest SDR, whilst olanzapine and tadalafil seemed somewhat more prone to cause priapism vs. the other drugs of the database (except for trazodone). The propensity of trazodone to elicit priapism is already well documented in the literature [19][20][21]. Although a number of medications identified in this list may be prescribed by sexual medicine specialists, most of these drugs are typically prescribed by psychiatrists and primary care doctors. ...