Double Down on Preventing Errors With "Two-for-One" Meds

Questions are coming up about how to handle meds that do "double duty" by treating more than one condition in the same patient.

You've seen these "two-for-one" meds before.

For instance, a patient may get bupropion for depression and to stop smoking...metoprolol for heart failure and migraine prevention...or raloxifene for breast cancer prevention and osteoporosis.

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