Clinical tips: deprescribing

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A recent case of probable serotonin toxicity provides a good example of the importance of deprescribing, writes Karalyn Huxhagen Deprescribing covers many areas: removing medication that is no longer needed; removing medication that may contribute to adverse reaction or harm; adjustment of dose size and timing; maximising medications ability; represcribing for exacerbations or short-term requirements;

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