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When to Call, When to Counsel: Acetazolamide for Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension
Idiopathic intracranial hypertension was previously considered a rare condition, however, its prevalence is increasing in parallel with obesity in patient populations.
When to Call, When to Counsel: Serotonin Syndrome
The symptoms of serotonin syndrome often include autonomic dysfunction, neuromuscular excitation, and altered mental status.
When to Call, When to Counsel: QT Interval Prolongation Drug Interactions
Medications are the primary cause of acquired QT-prolongation, although the exact mechanism of why some people evoke torsades de pointes but others do not is still unknown.
Optimizing Patient Experience With Immunization Counseling
Using inclusive questions, preferred terms, and language etiquette can turn the simple task of immunizing into a fulfilling patient-centered opportunity for both pharmacists and patients.
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