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ASCP's 45th Annual Meeting and Exhibition

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We are excited about our continuing partnership with ASCP, the opportunity to exhibit new and updated products and another year managing the ASCP bookstore at the ASCP 45th Annual Meeting and Exhibition in Orlando, FL.

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Monthly Reference Card Special - 15% off good through September 30, 2014

Dangerous Abbreviations Ref. Card

 

Dangerous Abbreviations Reference Card
This card has been updated to reflect current dangerous abbreviations that may contribute to medication errors. Medication error reports continue to provide evidence that explicit medication orders, those which exclude dangerous abbreviations and are carefully written or transmitted, can reduce medication errors.

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Consultant Pharmacist Handbook

COMING SOON:  New 4th Edition Consultant Pharmacist Handbook

New 4th Edition comprehensively reviewed and includes new and updated reference information that addresses new aspects of medication regimen review including the use of electronic medical records, drug disposal/pharmaceutical waste, medication administration via the feeding tube and much more.

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COMING SOON: New 5th Edition - Policies and Procedures: Pharmacy Services For Nursing Facilities

Policies and Procedures: Pharmacy Services for Nursing Facilities - 5th Edition

The Policies and Procedures: Pharmacy Services for Nursing Facilities manual provides comprehensive, up-to-date guidance on all medication-related services a pharmacy would provide to long-term care facilities. Fifth Edition content updates address medical marijuana, automated dispensing machines, medication discrepancy, loss and diversion and much more; plus the addition of source references (Federal OBRA Regulatory Reference Numbers, Federal Survey Tag Numbers) for all policies and procedures.

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Medications Not To Be Crushed Reference CardNEWLY UPDATED:  Medications Not To Be Crushed Reference Card

Updated with the addition of 10 new medications including brand and generic names plus dosage forms and do not crush reason codes.
This card lists over 400 medications most commonly used in geriatric care settings that should not be crushed, split or opened and poured.

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