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November 17, 2011
Disease State Management
November 16, 2011
Can You Read These Rxs?
Women's Health Watch
Pharmacist to Pharmacist
This complicated central nervous system disorder has many types and varying symptoms, and new treatments are available to help.
Patients may find it difficult to distinguish between a cold and the flu, and pharmacists can help them determine if self treatment is appropriate.
Technology Product News
Getting patients to open up is part of John Barnwell's approach to pharmacy practice.
Generic Times News
Generic Times Product NEWS
When a communication breakdown leads to patient harm, the statue of limitations regarding negligence becomes an issue.
When pharmacists collaborate with law enforcement, the challenge of investigation drug diversion crimes becomes manageable.
As patients begin presenting to the pharmacy with cold symptoms, here are the top 10 things pharmacists need to know for effective counseling.
November 15, 2011
Rx Product News
November 09, 2011
Rx Product News Profile
The FDA approved Brilinta (ticagrelor) for reducing the rate of thrombotic cardiovascular events in patients with acute coronary syndrome when taken with aspirin.
Errors involving medications for opioid dependence can compromise a patient's treatment.
Adjusting a drug's dosage to prevent an anticipated interaction is a tactic fraught with potential dangers.
The robust market and pipeline for multiple sclerosis treatment means patients and pharmacists, have more options than ever.
More than just an annoyance, xerostomia requires dilligent treatment to prevent a decline in health.
OTC Product News
OTC Case Studies
The cause and frequency of a patient's insomnia help pharmacists determins if OTC treatment is appropriate.
As hemopathic and alternative remidied for minimizing cold symptoms become more popular with patients, pharmacists should be fimilar with thier safety and efficacy.
A look at the worldwide pharmacy community reeals that we share many of the same challenges.