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Investigational Ivabradine Treatment Improves Chronic Heart Failure Outcomes
New late-stage trial data show ivabradine reduces cardiovascular death or hospitalization for worsening chronic heart failure in patients with low systolic blood pressure.
Current transmission rates from primary cases to secondary cases could cause Ebola epidemic to explode.
Although many pharmacists express concerns about the state of the pharmacy job market, the good news is the demand for pharmacists seems to be increasing.
Involving pharmacists in the intensive care unit reduces adverse events and costs for patients who receive continuous veno-venous hemofiltration.
Approximately 6.5 million Americans are prescribed digoxin, a cardiac glycoside with a long, fascinating history.
Given a structured method for medication reconciliation, clinical pharmacists identify more medication discrepancies than nurses.
The My GI Health tool tracks symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease over time, helping clinicians save time and improve patient care.

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