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Milliliters Could Reduce Pediatric Medication Errors
A new study finds that parents who used teaspoon or tablespoon units to measure medication were twice as likely to make an error as those who used milliliters.
Recent study on healing rates of reflux esophagitis patients suggests that some refractory patients may heal with extended acid suppression treatment.
Proposal would require California pharmacists to dispense medications with labels translated into languages they cannot read.
Researchers evaluated more than 2 decades of evidence on atrial fibrillation patients taking vitamin K antagonists.
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