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11.05.18: Neuromuscular blocking agents have a well-documented history of causing catastrophic injuries or death when...
10.05.18: Patients being discharged from hospital care are set to benefit from a new system that enables and speeds up...
01.03.18: Simplified administration and improved safety (needle protection) associated with greater treatment compliance
14.11.17: All Multi-Purpose Blisters are tamper-evident, moisture resistant and ultraviolet inhibitant
09.11.17: The survey highlighted that medicines used by patients across Europe have integrated supply chains

Safety analysis

Monday 10 August 2015
This article highlights the many ways in which pharmacists in hospital and community settings can influence...
Monday 10 August 2015
Antimicrobial resistance is an increasing public and global health issue so, as such, it is important for all...
Thursday 28 May 2015
An optimised production at the hospital pharmacies causes stockholding of the reconstituted chemotherapies, and hence...
Thursday 28 May 2015
The benefits and experiences of implementing summary care record viewing in a UK mental health Trust are examined
Thursday 28 May 2015
Currently, only few studies are available regarding the tightness of closed system transfer devices (CSTDs). The...

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