Medication-related symptoms: peripheral oedema

Peripheral oedema is a common condition among older persons, with varied causes. For pharmacists conducting medication reviews, a high index of suspicion for medication-related causes is warranted. By Debbie Rigby, advanced practice pharmacist Learning Objectives After completing this activity, pharmacists should be able to: describe the causes of peripheral oedema; identify medications associated with peripheral

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