New products and research bring guarded optimism, new questions about AIDS therapy
Nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor marketed for AIDS therapy
Revised performance measures for managed care plans released
Most hospitals have managed care arrangements
Pharmacy directors, employers paint picture of HMO pharmacy benefit
Managed care statistics from trade association, Hoechst show growth of Medicare and Medicaid enrollment
Overall savings from hospice care appear small
Foundation cosponsors conference on errors
Determining the compensation status--salaried or nonsalaried--of pharmacists
Uremic pruritus
Quality of pharmacists' documentations in patients' medical records
Outsourcing the preparation of parenteral nutrient solutions
Stability of baclofen, captopril, diltiazem hydrochloride, dipyridamole, and flecainide acetate in extemporaneously compounded oral liquids
Compatibility of cefmetazole sodium with commonly used drugs during Y-site delivery
Gentamicin pharmacokinetics in Native Americans of Apache ancestry
Clinical and economic effects of replacing enalapril with benazepril in hypertensive patients
Staff development program for identifying and resolving drug therapy problems
Effect of constructive feedback on pharmacist handling of orders for monitored antimicrobials
Pharmaceutical services at the 1995 Special Olympics World Games
Drug formularies provide a path to best care
Unintended consequences of drug formularies
Considerations in the formulary selection of hydroxymethylglutaryl-coenzyme A reductase inhibitors
Lack of clinical evidence for potential interaction between isoniazid and selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors
No basis for associating nonprescription ibuprofen and similar agents with necrotizing fasciitis
No basis for associating nonprescription ibuprofen and similar agents with necrotizing fasciitis
Extemporaneous preparation of an injection is issue of quality, not ethics
Disagreement with ethics discussion of pharmacist error
American College of Physicians Home Care Guide for Cancer
Being Digital
Beyond Blame