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Gradual Dose Reduction / Tapering in the Nursing Facility - 10/pack

A96102

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Co-Developed with American Society of Consultant Pharmacists

 

 

Description

This reference card is periodically updated in accordance to the survey guidance of the State Operations Manual related to the gradual dose reduction and tapering of medications with an emphasis on the importance of seeking an appropriate dose and duration for each medication.   

This two-sided clinical reference card provides a summary of GDR/tapering guidelines from revised F-Tag 329 for sedative/hypnotic, antipsychotic, and psychopharmacological medications. Use this reference card to help ensure that you understand and employ the latest GDR/tapering guidelines.

Features
  • Printed on durable stock for frequent handling
  • Punched 5 holes top and side to accommodate most common binders and charts.
  • Co-developed by the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists and MED-PASS.
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Specifications
Size 8-1/2 x 11
Unit Package of 10
Hole Punch 5 holes left, 5 holes top
Published Revised October 2015

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