Clinical tips: dementia

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Pharmacists need to be vigilant when it comes to drug-drug interactions to which people with dementia are vulnerable, writes Ben Basger Drug–drug interactions (DDIs) are an important reason for admission to hospital. Elderly people with dementia are particularly vulnerable. This is even before considering age-associated physiological changes in general, which increase sensitivity to several drug

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