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Interruptions et pratique pharmaceutique - 1re partie

Par Mélina Raimbault,Jean-François B... | Objectif prévention - Vol. 28, no 5, décembre 2005

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Le pharmacien d'établissement est responsable du circuit du médicament et des produits pharmaceutiques utilisés. Or, les interruptions peuvent mener à un oubli d'informations nécessaires à la prise de décision.
 
Cet article, d'une série de deux, fait le point sur l'état des connaissances sur les interruptions ayant un impact sur le circuit du médicament.
 
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