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analgesics


Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news, including aged care analgesic monitoring, use of low-dose aspirin and managing resistant hypertension  Analgesic stewardship in Australian residential aged care facilities …

This podcast discusses the practical use of the new Australasian College of Pharmacy guidelines for acute paediatric pain and fever management in community pharmacy, published in 2023. Presented by Karalyn …

This podcast consists of two episodes. Episode 1 discusses the use of simple analgesics for self-limiting pain. Episode 2 discusses the management of fever and discomfort in infants and toddlers …

December 1972: Pharmacy suffers a defeat in its campaign to limit the number of analgesics distribution outlets. Meanwhile, the Guild modernises its leadership structure Pharmacy was delivered “an unexpected blow …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Regular use of proton pump inhibitors and risk of type 2 diabetes A prospective analysis over 200,000 participants shows an association …

In this video, Professor Andrew McLachlan discusses how a patient’s health literacy can impact their choice of self-management strategies for OA symptoms and how a lack of condition awareness can …

A recent study found only 3.5% of participants with self-reported OA symptoms sought advice from a pharmacist despite the critical role pharmacists play in helping patients on their pain management …

Despite regulatory changes to codeine, pharmacists continue to play a vital role in the safe and appropriate use of analgesics As our knowledge of pain has progressed, we now recognise …

February 1971: AJP warns against treating analgesics as ‘cut-price food’ as supermarket price war resumes   Pharmacists in early 1971 were being advised to educate the public on the dangers of …

Many Australians who suffer from chronic pain remain unaware of what pharmacists can do to help, study reveals Many of the growing number of Australians who suffer from chronic pain …

AFT Pharmaceuticals has again suffered disappointment in the Federal Court over advertising for Maxigesic, which was found to be misleading AFT Pharmaceuticals contended that its claims that Maxigesic had superior …

New research has found that one in five Australians aged 45 and over are living with persistent, ongoing pain – and this group is more likely to have been dispensed …