Checks miss drug with almost-identical name

A single letter made all the difference when a pharmacist dispensed the same medication twice in error New Zealand’s Health and Disability Commissioner has issued a report about a case in which a pharmacist mistakenly dispensed Ropin 1mg (ropinirole) instead of Rolin 1mg (anastrozole 1mg). The pharmacist dispensed the wrong medication twice to the same

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