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Compounding pharmacies can deliver safe, sterile medicines that are appropriate for the patient by following standards and guidelines.
An analysis of Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) data in 2019 suggests that a reliance on PPIs for management of reflux symptoms remains.
With community pharmacists at the forefront of primary care, they can have a major role in a chronic kidney disease patient’s care.
Pharmacists have an important role to play in the management of insomnia, including recommending non-pharmacological management.
How to provide current, evidence-based information, advice and recommendations on the safety of medicines during pregnancy.
Pain is a highly complex and subjective phenomenon, characterised by high levels of inter-individual variability.1,2 This can make it difficult to quantify and compare pain between individuals and different population groups.1,2 Access to timely and appropriate pain management is also...
How pharmacists can use their pharmacotherapy medication management expertise to support women with gestational diabetes.
Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy (NVP) is a prevalent pregnancy-induced condition, affecting an estimated 70% of all pregnancies.
Conjunctivitis is a common ophthalmic condition characterised by inflammation of the conjunctiva. Causes of conjunctivitis can be either infective (e.g. bacterial, viral) or non-infective (e.g. allergic, chemical irritation).
Migraine and tension-type headache are the most prevalent of all neurological disorders, affecting a significant portion of the Australian population.