Pharmacists help in sulfonylurea therapy

non-dispensing pharmacists: pharmacist sitting behind desk with pen and small pile of meds
A UK trial has seen pharmacists intervene for older patients with diabetes – and help 58% stop or reduce sulfonylureas The medication review was part of NHS West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group’s push to assist GPs in reviewing frail patients who were taking multiple drugs, reports Pulse. The pharmacists used GP practice databases to single

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