Mrs Pauline Russell died following collapsing in a hypoglycemic coma. She had been injecting a higher incorrect dose of insulin since her discharge.
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The NPA is calling on PHE to iron out discrepancies in its guidance on Covid-19 antibody testing, which currently bars pharmacists from conducting the tests.
“Medical tattoos” placed into the skin with microneedles could provide a new way of monitoring health parameters in real-time.
Crucial treatments missed in stroke aftercare could lead to fatal blood clots, says a new report from the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB).
Work by pharmaceutical scientists in Japan has found that the thiazolidinedione troglitazone inhibits internalisation of hepatitis B virus (HBV).
The RPS has raised concerns that substitutions of medicines as part of supermarket home delivery practices are putting customers at risk.
Healthcare professionals are reminded that acute illness may exaggerate the effect of warfarin tablets and necessitate a dose reduction.
Phlo, an online pharmacy operating in England, has crowdfunded £1,728,700 less than two days after launching a crowdfunding campaign.
A letter has been written to Ministers and NHS officials, with a warning that Test and Trace discrepancies pose a potential threat to the supply of medicines
The latest figures show that community pharmacy flu vaccinations are ten times the level this September compared to September 2019.