You'll hear more about look-alike, sound-alike mishaps

You'll hear more about look-alike, sound-alike mishaps...they're on the rise.

We're hearing that the heart med, Ranexa, is being mistaken for the prenatal vitamin, PreNexa...the antipsychotic, Invega, for the ADHD med, Intuniv...and epinephrine for epinephrine with lidocaine.

This isn't surprising. Look-alike, sound-alike mix-ups cause about a third of all pharmacy med errors.

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