Emergency pharmacists speed up pain relief

Pharmacists included on trauma response teams significantly improve speed and delivery of pain relievers to trauma patients, Melbourne trial finds The Pharmacists in Trauma (PHIT) Trial, conducted by Alfred Health researchers from July 2021 to January 2022, included 82 patients attending a Melbourne metropolitan hospital with trauma. In the unblinded randomised controlled trial, patients allocated

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