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December 1, 2010

Pharmacist- versus physician-acquired medication history: a prospective study at the emergency department.

De Winter S, Spriet I, Indevuyst C, et al. Pharmacist- versus physician-acquired medication history: a prospective study at the emergency department. Quality & safety in health care. 2010;19(5):371-5. doi:10.1136/qshc.2009.035014.

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De Winter S, Spriet I, Indevuyst C, et al. Quality & safety in health care. 2010;19:371-5.

Pharmacists and physicians obtained different medication histories in the majority of patients presenting to an urban emergency department, with physicians frequently committing errors of omission by failing to record patients' use of as-needed medications.

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De Winter S, Spriet I, Indevuyst C, et al. Pharmacist- versus physician-acquired medication history: a prospective study at the emergency department. Quality & safety in health care. 2010;19(5):371-5. doi:10.1136/qshc.2009.035014.