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Heart Health OTC Cases: March 2023
Pharmacists respond to questions about supplementation and and smoking cessation for heart health.
Pharmacy Times Interactive Case Studies: March 2023 Issue
Pharmacists respond to questions about birth control.
Rx Product News: March 2023
Products include an as needed treatment for bronchoconstriction and a treatment for Alzheimer disease.
Pharmacist Pet Peeves: March 2023
Pharmacists need food too, you know.
OTC Product News: March 2023
Products include multivitamin gummies and a superfood supplement.
Rolvedon From Spectrum Pharmaceuticals, Inc
Eflapegrastim-xnst subcutaneous injection (Rolvedon) reduces infections related to febrile neutropenia in adults with nonmyeloid malignant tumors who are being treated with certain anticancer drugs.
Generic Product News: March 2023
Products include a new NSAID and an oral solution for depression.
Workforce Shortages Present Serious Challenges
Keeping a finger on the technician community's pulse is imperative to support pharmacies' needs.
Patients Sue Pharmacies for Refusing Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin Prescriptions
Pharmacists on duty decline to dispense the medication to manage COVID-19, raising question about self-determination.
COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declarations Near End
Imminent March, April expiration dates indicate changes are on the horizon for pharmacy services.
Generic Product News: March
Products include oral suspension for gout and tablets that prevent low carnitine levels in the blood.
Pharmacists Can Perform Consultations at Federally Qualified Health Centers
Services include adherence assessments, health screenings, medication reconciliation, vaccine administration.
Naloxone Training Requirements Vary Among States
New access laws allow pharmacists to establish standing orders with specific physicians or follow blanket, statewide protocols.
Education Can Prevent Mix-ups Between Adult, Pediatric Biktarvy Products
Clinical decision support, packaging changes can help stop errors related to the HIV medication.
Collaboration Allows Pharmacy Employees to Increase Vaccination Rates
Staff members, especially immunizers, should look at every encounter as an opportunity to educate, support patients.
Guide Patients to Appropriate Treatments for Dyspepsia, Heartburn
Educate patients about the use of nonprescription products for digestive issues, and encourage them to seek further medical care when warrented.
Pharmacists Are Moderately Satisfied With Salary, Job Satisfaction, Survey Shows (Part 3)
In the third part of the series, we further explore the factors that contribute to overall happiness in a position.
Prebiotic, Probiotic, Synbiotic Supplements Help Bridge Nutrition Gaps
Few Americans' diets meet the FDA's dietary guidelines; minerals and vitamins can pick up the slack to contribute to digestive health.
Profession Goes From Boom to Bust and Back Again
Just a few short years ago there was a pharmacist glut; is there really a shortage now, or is a deeper labor market contortion occurring?
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