OTC Transdermal Analgesic Patches in Pain Management

While these products are generally safe when used according to labeling, pharmacists must be familiar with available evidence in order to help patients safely self-medicate.

Applying HIV/AIDS Lessons to the Opioid Crisis

Successful programs feature a mix of social and scientific components.

Management of Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug-Induced Hypersensitivity Reactions

Hypersensitivity symptoms associated with NSAIDs can range from respiratory and/or cutaneous reactions to angioedema. 

Managing Opioid Overdose in the Hospital Setting

There are numerous crucial roles pharmacists can play in the appropriate care of patients with opioid toxicity in the hospital setting.

Peripheral Arterial Disease From a Community Pharmacy Perspective

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) describes a phenomenon in which circulation to the leg is diminished due to atherosclerosis, resulting in reduced blood flow and often causing pain that can be limiting to those who experience it. 

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