The shortage of injectable opioids is reaching critical levels in hospitals nationwide and leaving health system pharmacists scrambling to find alternative treatment options for patients.
Older adults with hearing loss are less likely to be hospitalized or to visit the emergency room when they wear hearing aids, compared to those who don't, a recent study suggests.
Pharmacists who want to impress primary care physicians should focus on which aspect of patient care?
Adrian Wong, PharmD, BCCCP, BCPS, a fellow of outcomes research and pharmacy informatics at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, discusses the importance of improving the design and presentation of medication alerts.
Which type of drug is most likely to be involved in medication discrepancies during the care of patients with late-stage chronic kidney disease?