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25.10.18: Six-week no-deal Brexit drugs stockpile could take over a year to prepare
17.10.18: Pregabalin and gabapentin will be reclassified as class C drugs next year following a rising numbers of...
02.10.18: Patients told to use EpiPens up to four months past expiry date amid shortages
23.08.18: Working as a pharmacist in the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo was a...
14.08.18: The prescribing safety assessment (PSA) could benefit pre-registration pharmacy students who want to become...

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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...
Thursday 28 May 2015
A second-generation closed system transfer device both provides effective containment of hazardous drugs and prevents...
Wednesday 2 October 2013
This study evaluated the microbiological stability of cytostatics manipulated using the BD PhaSeal® system inside a...
Saturday 3 August 2013
In order to give compounded cytostatics longer shelf lives, better data are a prerequisite, and it would be opportune...

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