New Practitioners Forum. Emergency medicine pharmacy

Weant, Kyle A.; Armitstead, John A.
October 2010
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;10/1/2010, Vol. 67 Issue 19/20, p1595
Academic Journal
In this article, the authors discuss the clinical pharmacy in emergency medicine (ED). They said that in the U.S., EDs are viewed to have over 100 million treated patients every year in which 76.7% are being given medication. The cited that through the recommendations of medical society, clinical pharmacists have been included in the medical care team of ED to assure safe and appropriate medication. They noted several activities of pharmacists in ED such as requiring patients' management.


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