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How could a patient be having a heart attack if the troponin levels were super low?
Patients with Bipolar Disorder, High Deductible Insurance Show Decline in Visits to Non-psychiatrist Mental Health Providers
According to the investigators, payers and employers are increasingly adopting HDHPs in an effort to control rising health care costs.
Three student pharmacists share their experiences adapting to APPE rotations during the COVID-19 pandemic,
Pharmacy managers will need to employ effective decision-making that will include evaluating vendors for post-purchase support, and discern the right time to purchase technology.
Owen Mumford’s Unifine® SafeControl® safety pen needle is designed to prevent accidental needlestick injuries and provides users with confidence that the whole dose was delivered.
This is an important area for pharmacists to apply their knowledge of medications.
The results of the real-world, observational study were presented by Eli Lilly during the American Diabetes Association's 80th Virtual Scientific Sessions.
This Tip of the Week examines a case where a pharmacist actually sued his state’s Board of Pharmacy.
As Alzheimer disease research evolves beyond targeting a single pathology, interventions should coordinate disease stage with pathology and the patient’s presenting characteristics.
The investigational, marine-derived small-molecule binds to and affects the function of the protein tubulin within cells of the body.
Today, we’re celebrating the work of Tony Gerlach, PharmD, a surgical intensive care unit (ICU) pharmacist at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.
The new product is therapeutically equivalent to Pfizer’s Quelicin.