Look Within Brand Names for Clues to a Med's Use

You're on the front lines for stopping errors when drug names and indications don't match.

Think of this as one more safety check in the dispensing process.

For example, a Lasix 20 mg Rx that reads "Take 1 tab daily for acid reflux" should be a red flag that something is amiss...since Lasix is a water pill, not the acid reflux med, Losec.

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