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Cardiology pharmacists work with a cardiology service and make recommendations regarding medication therapy, monitoring, side effects, and drug interactions in patients with conditions such as heart failure, arrhythmias, acute coronary syndromes, or patients undergoing cardiothoracic surgery.

Cardiology pharmacists work with patient on an outpatient setting by managing anticoagulation for cardiology patients by analyzing lab parameters and adjusting anticoagulants accordingly and counseling patients regarding proper administration, side effects, and precautions. They may also review patients' current drug therapy, screen for drug interactions, recommend dosing adjustments for chronic therapy, and ensure appropriate laboratory monitoring for potential drug-related toxicity.

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