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Odukoya OK, Stone JA, Chui MA. Res Social Adm Pharm. 2014;10:837-852.
The handwritten prescription pad is vanishing from clinical practice, replaced by the proliferation of e-prescribing. There are many advantages to this technology, but prescribing errors still occur at alarming rates. This study explored the approaches community pharmacists and technicians utilize to detect and manage e-prescription errors.
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Elizabeth A. Flynn, PhD, RPh; September 2003
Failure to shake a bottle leads to a toxic level of carbamazepine in a patient being treated for seizure disorder.