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Journal Article > Study
Cox N, Tak CR, Cochella SE, Leishman E, Gunning K. J Am Board Fam Med. 2018;31:105-112.
In this pilot study, a clinical pharmacist reviewed charts for adult patients with chronic pain who were prescribed more than 50 morphine milligram equivalents per day and made prescribing recommendations to providers before patient appointments. The intervention led to a 14% decrease in morphine milligram equivalents per day without a change in pain reported by patients and improved adherence to prescribing guidelines.
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Tom Bookwalter, PharmD; June 2004
A woman given is found cyanotic on morning rounds. Her methemoglobinemia is determined to be from a roughly 7-fold overdose of dapsone.