how to avoid mishaps with drugs that come in different salt forms (iron, pantoprazole, etc)

We're getting questions about how to avoid mishaps with drugs that come in different salt forms (iron, pantoprazole, etc).

Drug molecules are often combined with other compounds to form pharmaceutical "salts."

Combining fluticasone with a furoate compound gives you Avamys...while combining fluticasone with a propionate compound gives you Flonase.

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