213 Volume 37, February 2002 Hospital Pharmacy Volume 37, Number 2, pp 213-214 2002 Facts and Comparisons Special Feature Oral Dosage Forms that Should Not Be Crushed or Chewed John Mitchell, PharmD, FASHP* T he purpose this feature is to alert health care professionals about medications that ...
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284 Volume 41, March 2006 Director's Forum T he February Director's Forum in Hospital Pharmacy reviewed drug dispensing as the first core competency in establishing a patient-centered pharmacy service within hospitals.
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