Don't Automatically Substitute Between "Double-Duty" Products
Questions are coming up about how to handle meds that treat more than one condition....
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- Recognize When You're Receiving a 711 Call
- Stay Alert for Patients Switching to Stiolto From Other COPD Inhalers
- Watch for Rxs Written Just as "Humalog KwikPen"
- Watch for STD Rxs That "Double Up" on Dispense Quantities
- Expect to See Pregnancy Letter Ratings Removed from Drug Labels
- Don't be Surprised if Auryxia Doses Change Weekly
- Expect to See Long-Term Buprenorphine Therapy for Opioid Dependence
- Consider a Calendar for Patients Using a Short-Term Blood Thinner
- Help Spot Patients at Risk for Prediabetes
- Familiarize Yourself with Common Meds That Cause Sun Sensitivity
- Don't Automatically Substitute Between "Double-Duty" Products
- Steer Patients Asking About Glucosamine or Chondroitin to the Pharmacist
- Expect New Cholesterol Injectables to be Saved as Add-On Meds