Recent Publications on Medications and Pharmacy

Sterling, Jacyntha A.
May 2010
Hospital Pharmacy;May2010, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p425
Academic Journal
The article presents an update on medications and pharmacy. A study published in "The Annals of Pharmacotherapy" evaluated the impact of a third-shift tele-intensive care unit (ICU) pharmacist on ICU sedation guideline adherence. The state of Utah sought legal action against the proprietary manufacturer of olanzapine. A list of publications in the medical/pharmacy literature is also presented.


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