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May 28, 2019

The use of insulin pens in most hospitals has gone back and forth more times than a tennis ball in a Williams sisters tennis match. It makes sense that having one pen for each patient would reduce errors and chances for cross-contamination, but the cost of throwing out unfinished pens …

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May 25, 2019

We all have patients who suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia; they are usually seniors and most all of them are on dutasteride or finasteride, both steroidal 5-alpha reductase inhibitors. A lot of these seniors also have diabetes. This week our intern Adam Chalela, B.S. Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate from the …

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