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01 Oct 2013

Heart disease is still New Zealand’s biggest killer, with one Kiwi dying from coronary heart disease every 90 minutes. Pharmacy Today New Zealand looks at how pharmacists can help

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The recent spike in the number of new cases of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in the Philippines means that clinicians and pharmacists alike may need to increase their awareness and competency in prescribing and monitoring HIV treatment. Although taught in medical and pharmacy schools, the scarcity in exposure to clinical cases before highlights the need to for physicians and pharmacist to review HIV pharmacotherapy in order to cater to the increasing HIV patient population.

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A recent study suggests that discontinuation of dexamethasone premedication after two uneventful infusions or reduction in the dose of dexamethasone paclitaxel premedication are both safe alternatives to high-dose steroid premedications recommended in product labelling.
01 Sep 2017
Complementary medicines can play an important part in maintaining wellness, preventing deficiencies and optimizing health outcomes, says Dr Lesley Braun PhD, Director of the Blackmores Institute. 

Povidone-iodine in Antisepsis Management

13 Mar 2017
With the drive to share the current healthcare expert’s practices in managing different types of infections, Mundipharma conducted its 1st PLUS (Pharmacy cLinical UpdateS) Summit by inviting a group of consultants to share the role of povidone-iodine (PVP-I) in infection prevention and management with the community pharmacists on 15th–16th October 2016 in Port Dickson.

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01 Oct 2013

Heart disease is still New Zealand’s biggest killer, with one Kiwi dying from coronary heart disease every 90 minutes. Pharmacy Today New Zealand looks at how pharmacists can help

Dr. James Salisi, 01 Jul 2014

The recent spike in the number of new cases of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in the Philippines means that clinicians and pharmacists alike may need to increase their awareness and competency in prescribing and monitoring HIV treatment. Although taught in medical and pharmacy schools, the scarcity in exposure to clinical cases before highlights the need to for physicians and pharmacist to review HIV pharmacotherapy in order to cater to the increasing HIV patient population.

3 days ago
A recent study suggests that discontinuation of dexamethasone premedication after two uneventful infusions or reduction in the dose of dexamethasone paclitaxel premedication are both safe alternatives to high-dose steroid premedications recommended in product labelling.
01 Sep 2017
Complementary medicines can play an important part in maintaining wellness, preventing deficiencies and optimizing health outcomes, says Dr Lesley Braun PhD, Director of the Blackmores Institute.