Pharmacist’s script warning overlooked

A pharmacist’s caution about two concurrently prescribed medicines went unnoticed in a woman who died, with an inquest exploring what role the error may have played in her death A Sydney woman was given metoprolol and verapamil concurrently for more than two weeks—despite a pharmacist pointing out the risks—and subsequently died. However an inquest has

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