Pharmacists key in NZ antimicrobial prescribing study

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Pharmacists in New Zealand have played a key role in a study looking into antimicrobial prescribing and demonstrated pharmacy’s interest in its increasing role in primary care, its lead author says.The study, which examined the overall drug treatment of cystitis before and after the reclassification of trimethoprim, saw 139 community pharmacies provide data.The pharmacy staff

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