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Chemo-Induced Nausea & Vomiting
In this series, Bhavesh Shah, RPh, BCOP and Dr. Katharine Lin, PharmD, BCOP provide an in-depth understanding of chemo-induced nausea & vomiting (CINV) and share some common practices for patient management.
Addressing the Heparin Drug Shortage
Dr. Manesh R. Patel and Sarah A. Spinler react to the recent shortage of heparin in the United States and consider how the approval of direct oral anticoagulants can potentially serve as an alternative for appropriate patients.
Navigating Through Drug Shortages
Considerations for managing inventory levels in the pharmacy when navigating through drug shortages.
Drug Shortages in the United States
Sarah A. Spinler highlights common factors that are responsible for drug shortages in the United States and points out available resources that can help educate stakeholders on current drug shortages.
The key opinion leader discusses the patient education needed and how pharmacists can improve their knowledge.
In-Home Drug Testing
Christopher Altman, PharmD, provides an understanding of the in-home drug testing.
Hair Drug-Testing Products
Key opinion leader provides specifics for using the hair drug-testing product with the pros and cons.
Urine Drug-Testing Products
Harshav Raval, PharmD, RPh, details the specifics involved with using the urine drug-testing products.
Customer Education and Pharmacist Knowledge
A key opinion leader provides insights on his recommendations for parent/customer education and the limit in pharmacist knowledge.
Christopher Altman, PharmD, shares the pros and cons of the available drug testing products.
Hillary Norton, MD, discusses the unmet needs in the treatment of axial spondyloarthritis and provides community rheumatologists with management advice.
Hillary Norton, MD, enumerates the treatment options for axial spondyloarthritis, including nonpharmacologic methods, opioids, NSAIDs, and TNF inhibitors.