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Readiness for Malignant Hyperthermia Can Be Survey Stumbling Block

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The inability of hospitals to meet expectations for responding to malignant hyperthermia (MH) is an occasional but persistent problem, recently released data from

In Indiana, Decongestant Access Hinges Partly on Pharmacists’ Judgment

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With partial credit to the Indiana Pharmacists Alliance, a new law in the Hoosier state leverages pharmacists’ judgment to accomplish two goals: (1) to keep pseudoephedrine

Pharmacist Helps Save a Life at O'Hare

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When Amber Lucas came around a corner inside Chicago's O'Hare International Airport in early May, she saw a scene that stopped her in her tracks: A man lying on

Maine Enacts Statewide Limits on Opioid Prescribing

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Healthcare providers in Maine have about six months to rethink their approach to pain treatment before a new state law limiting opioid dosages and the duration of

Zika Worries on Patients' Minds, Pharmacists Say

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Zika virus infection isn't yet a public health crisis in the mainland United States, but pharmacists are already getting questions from patients about how the virus

Smaller Size No Barrier to Effective Antimicrobial Stewardship

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Pharmacists are proving that it's possible to operate a robust antimicrobial stewardship program (ASP) that improves patient outcomes whether the facility serves

Medication Standardization Effort Aims to Improve Patient Safety

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All too often, says Deborah Pasko, the reason a pharmacy prepares a specific concentration of an i.v. or oral liquid medication has little to do with clinical or

Medicare Delays Mandate on Claims for Unused Part of Drug Doses

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Hospital clinics and outpatient departments that bill Medicare for unused portions of certain medications recently gained six additional months to meet newly mandated