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A national survey investigating UK prescribers' opinions on chemotherapy dosing and 'dose-banding'.
AIMS: The primary purpose of dose-banding for cancer chemotherapy is to reduce patient waiting times, but dose-banding also has additional benefits, such as reduced drug wastage, reduced stress for staff, and prospective ...
Risks and concerns about supplementary prescribing: survey of primary and secondary care pharmacists.
UNLABELLED: OBJECTIVE (OF THE STUDY): To provide data on the views of chief pharmacists (CPs) and primary care trust pharmacists (PCTPs) on the risks and concerns surrounding supplementary prescribing. SETTING: Secondary ...
Supplementary prescribing by pharmacists in England.
PURPOSE: The implementation of supplementary prescribing by pharmacists within primary care trusts (PCTs) and secondary care trusts (SCTs) in England was studied. METHODS: A survey was developed and sent to pharmacists in ...
Stability of intravesical epirubicin infusion: a sequential temperature study.
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the stability of epirubicin bladder instillation, prepared from two different epirubicin formulations, under refrigerated storage, transportation and clinical use conditions. METHOD: A sequential ...