Dispensing error on pharmacist’s first day

A pharmacist accidentally dispensed sertraline instead of sumatriptan to a teenager… a mistake discovered over six months later A New Zealand pharmacist failed to adhere to professional standards by mistakenly dispensing sertraline to a teenager who had been prescribed sumatriptan for migraines, the country’s health commissioner has found. The teenager’s mother presented with a script

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