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FDA approves new version of OTC metered-dose inhaler for mild asthma
FDA approved this week epinephrine inhalation aerosol bronchodilator suspension (Primatene Mist—Amphastar Pharmaceuticals) for "temporary relief for symptoms of mild, intermittent asthma." The OTC metered-dose inhaler uses hydrofluoroalkane propellants, which are permitted under current international and U.S. law.
FDA warns about risk of inaccurate results from home-use device to monitor warfarin
Some test strips used with at-home or in-the-office medical devices to monitor levels of warfarin may provide inaccurate results and should note be relied upon to adjust the drug dosage, FDA warned Thursday. Roche Diagnostics has initiated a voluntary recall of certain test strip lots used with its CoaguChek test meters.
October 2, 2018
This American Pharmacists Month, tell the world that pharmacists…
Welcome to American Pharmacists Month 2018! On Tuesday, we enjoyed celebrating World Pharmacists Day. The event got tremendous attention on social media, so we send a shout out to all of you who took…0 comments
September 27, 2018
October is American Pharmacists Month
Monday marks first day of October and the start of American Pharmacists Month, a celebration in support of pharmacists around the country. The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) celebrates the accomplishments of pharmacists throughout the year but commemorates it during October by recognizing pharmacists’ contributions to health care and all they can do for their communities.
APhA is the leading advocate for the pharmacy profession and a driving force in creating opportunities for pharmacists to play a key role in integrated patient care, and ensuring the profession is recognized as essential in optimal medication use. We strive to make your job as a pharmacist easier, by providing the latest industry news, continuing education and professional development opportunities, practice tools, and more, so that you can focus on caring for your patients.