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June 2023 Interactive Case Studies
Cases highlight patients who have attention-deficity/hyperactivity disorder and diabetic peripheral nephropathy.
June 2023 Pet Peeves
June 2023 OTC Product News
Includes hair growth supplements and nicotine lozenges.
COVID-19 OTC Case Studies
OTC cases focus on recommendations for vaccination boosters and managing fever.
Keep Seasonal Allergy Symptoms in Check
Although second-generation antihistamines are preferred, patient preference should drive selection of therapy.
Pharmacy Technicians Are Vital to Long-term Vaccination Expansion
As the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency and PREP Act Expansions end, the ability of technicians to immunize patients in the future remains unclear.
Deprescribing, Medication Therapy Management Go Hand in Hand
Pharmacists play key roles in performing comprehensive patient reviews, reducing polypharmacy.
Pharmacist Challenges Revocation of License to Practice
Guilty plea relates to shortcomings in recordkeeping of controlled substances 10 years earlier.
Ensuring Innovation Act Changes Eligibility for New Chemical Exclusivity
Law aims to encourage competition in the pharmaceutical industry, making it easier for generics to enter market.
“I Want Everyone to Walk in and Say, ‘Wow!’ "
Mama Village Rx & Wellness cares for Mamaroneck community, owner considers patients like family.
AI Plus Mobile App May Help With Smoking Cessation
More than 4 times as many people who used the app quit smoking compared to a traditional support service.
Leqembi From Eisai
Leqembi is an intravenous injection for the treatment of Alzheimer disease.
Rx Product News- June 2023
The FDA approved a molecular test for emergency use and a supplemental new drug application for a blood sugar medication.
Generic Products- June 2023
Products treat ulcerative colitis, urinary tract infection, and psoriatic arthritis.
Nurses Experience Needlestick Injuries With Evenity Syringe Needle
Errors risk transmission of blood-borne pathogens, including HBV, HCV, HIV, to health care providers, patients.
Patients Are Less Likely to Buy Generics After Receiving Bad News About Their Health
Negative findings may spur choice of brand-name drugs, despite expense.
Smoking Cessation Watch
There are a multitude of benefits to smoking cessation, along with novel resources to make cessation more manageable.
Diabetic Macular Edema Is Treatable, but Prevention Is Best
Pharmacists should learn the basics of this leading cause of vision loss among adults worldwide.
Nonprescription Analgesics and Self-management Strategies for Osteoarthritis
Patients can employ numerous measures to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and boost overall health-related quality of life.
Learn to Differentiate Rashes to Find Appropriate Treatments
Acne, atopic dermatitis, rosacea, urticaria, and sunburn present differently and require specific management.
COVID-19 Rule on Telehealth Gets Extension
The DEA’s decision allows some health care providers to have more leeway in prescribing certain controlled substances.
Congratulations, Graduates! You Are Entering the Profession at the Peak of Simultaneous Opportunity and Peril
Never have there been so many opportunities for non–dispensing pharmacist roles. At the same time, there has never been such a need to save the dispensing environment.
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