A supplement based on a symposium conducted at the 47th American Society of Health-System Pharmacists’ Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition.
Current treatment addresses the damage caused by thromboembolic events.
Especially when patients do not snore, sleep apnea can be hard to detect.
New treatment guidelines are changing the way that clinicians approach hypothyroidism.
Changes in injection devices and injection technique can help remove barriers to patient adherence to insulin therapy.
Pharmacists can and should play a vital role in educating patients about prostate specific antigen testing and current knowledge about prostate cancer.
Cardiovascular disease, long considered a "man's disease" is a leading cause of death among women.
Pharmacists are in a unique position to counsel patients regarding treatment options for cold sores.
Patients taking medications for high cholesterol and diabetes have a new resource for managing their drug therapy.