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Leyla Hannbeck: Pharmacies continue to report understaffing is contributing to errors
Rosuvastatin and rivaroxaban dispensed in place of each other was the most common type of “wrong drug” patient safety incident reported to the...
31/07/2019 3
PREMIUM
From this CPD module you will learn about: The conditions that NOACs are indicated for The advice you should give if patients forget to take a dose...
20/03/2019 0
L-R: Technician Helen Blackett, pharmacist Katharina Elliott and superintendent Dawn Cruickshank
When C+D visited John Low Pharmacy in Consett, County Durham, the person standing behind the counter wasn’t a counter assistant, technician or a...
07/12/2018 0
Deep vein thrombosis is a blood clot that forms deep within a vein, typically in the leg. Blood clots are usually small and break down naturally...
03/05/2016 0
This module covers: The incidence of drug interactions in the UK Types of interaction, their effect on the metabolism and elimination of drugs from...
18/03/2015 0
This module covers: ● Causes of blood clots including atrial fibrillation and venous thromboembolism ● How to calculate the risk of stroke and the...
22/10/2014 0
Pharmacists should make patients on warfarin aware that they may be able to self-monitor their risk of developing blood clots, a clinical...
25/09/2014 3
Prescribers should consider new anticoagulants as an alternative to aspirin when treating patients with atrial fibrillation (AF), Nice has said...
23/06/2014 1

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