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Pharmacists have an important role in counselling patients on appropriate management of UTIs and ensuring antibiotic treatment is appropriate.
The pharmacist’s role in managing patients with acute and chronic liver diseases extends beyond dispensing medicines and encompasses patient advocacy, education and multi-disciplinary collaboration.
Given the intricacies and nuances of each patient with liver disease, a tailored and individualised approach to medication management is often required to achieve best patient outcome.
Halitosis (bad breath) is an unpleasant and often offensive odour that originates from the oral cavity.

Halitosis

Along with general practitioners and dentists, pharmacists are one of the three healthcare professionals identified as being key to halitosis management.
The second half of this two-part series provides a more detailed look at the evidence for specific indications and considerations for the use of medicinal cannabis.
Pharmacists can help ensure effective shingles treatment and support patients to implement management plans.
With the introduction of increasingly complicated regimes, it is imperative pharmacists stay abreast of the challenges associated with the disease.
Insomnia is one of the most common complaints presenting to primary care, and community pharmacists are in the right place to offer advice on initial management.

Insomnia

Insomnia is one of the most common complaints presenting to primary care, and community pharmacists are in the right place to offer advice on initial management.
Pharmacists have an increasingly important role in providing information to patients on the therapeutic effectiveness, the adverse effects and the possible role of medicinal cannabis in treating various conditions.
Lifelong management of Crohn’s disease requires a multimodal approach involving pharmacotherapy, nutritional supplementation, dietary modification and sometimes surgical resection.