Alcohol-associated liver disease and drug-related harm

Alcohol-associated liver disease is one of the major causes of chronic liver disease in Australia. While optimising medicines to manage complications of liver disease and comorbidities can be difficult, pharmacists can assist by reviewing and monitoring a patient’s medicines and reducing use of those that are potentially inappropriate and may cause adverse events. By Dr

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