How Important Are Drug–Drug Interactions to the Health of Older Adults?
Potentially Harmful Drug–Drug Interactions in the Elderly: A Review
Medication Use and Functional Status Decline in Older Adults: A Narrative Review
Streptococcus pneumoniae Vaccination in Older Adults
Valproic Acid–Induced Parkinsonism in the Elderly: A Comprehensive Review of the Literature
Medication Errors During Patient Transitions into Nursing Homes: Characteristics and Association With Patient Harm
Comparison of the Efficacy and Tolerability Profile of Liraglutide, a Once-Daily Human GLP-1 Analog, in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes ≥65 and <65 Years of Age: A Pooled Analysis from Phase III Studies
Prevalence and Predictors of Anticholinergic Agents in Elderly Outpatients with Dementia
Impact of a Multidisciplinary Intervention on Antibiotic Use for Nursing Home–Acquired Pneumonia
Development and Testing of a Tool for Assessing and Resolving Medication-Related Problems in Older Adults in an Ambulatory Care Setting: The Individualized Medication Assessment and Planning (iMAP) Tool
Detection and Prevention of Drug–Drug Interactions in the Hospitalized Elderly: Utility of New Cytochrome P450–Based Software
Drug Utilization Patterns and Cardiovascular Outcomes in Elderly Patients Newly Initiated on Atorvastatin or Simvastatin
Trajectory Classes of Depression in a Randomized Depression Trial of Heart Failure Patients: A Reanalysis of the SADHART-CHF Trial
Geriatric Pharmacotherapy Updates