Dog medicine leads to mixup

An unusual case from France has highlighted the importance of medicine reconciliation, say experts A 66-year-old man with cirrhosis and chronic alcoholism was accidentally prescribed his dog's medication when admitted to hospital. The problem arose when the patients' GP added 1g/day of valproate to his regular prescription.  This was intended as a treatment for his

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