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Thu 16 Nov 17

SMS alerts up vaccine rates


WITH seasonal influenza vaccine recommended and funded for groups at higher risk of serious infection, it is unfortunate that uptake is suboptimal, but there is light at the end of the tunnel, acording to West Australian researchers published in the Annals of Family Medicine.


Thu 16 Nov 17

Antibiotic management key


Pharmacy Daily

NEW data has found that antibiotic stewardship programmes can reduce the number of hospital infections caused by multidrug-resistant bacteria by 51%, the UK National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has highlighted.


Thu 16 Nov 17

AHPRA & PBA research focus


THE Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Authority (AHPRA) and the Pharmacy Board of Australia (PBA) have announced the Annual Report for AHPRA and the National Boards for the year to 30 Jun 2017 is now available to view online - ahpra.gov.au.


Thu 16 Nov 17

Osteoarthritis on NPS radar


NPS Medicinewise has released an "Insights" page to healthcare professionals saying medicines have a limited role for osteoarthritis, and "treatment now focuses on education, exercise and weight".


Wed 15 Nov 17

Intensive Care Cocoa Glow Lotion


Pharmacy Daily

VASELINE brand brings the pure power of its moisturising profile to this amazingly glowing result.


Wed 15 Nov 17

Veet High Precision Facial Wax & Care


VEET High Precision Facial Wax & Care is a unique two-in-one warm wax system that has been developed for the removal of unwanted facial hair with the added benefit of after care.


Wed 15 Nov 17

Pearl Drops 2 Day White


PEARL Drops 2 Day White is an at-home teeth whitening treatment that gives a visibly whiter smile in just two days.


Wed 15 Nov 17

Spider Veins from Remescar


REMESCAR Spider Veins is a medical device that instantly treats and prevents discoloured, visual and structural imperfections of skin affected by spider veins.


Wed 15 Nov 17

Dispensary Corner 15 Nov 17


IF YOU like travel and elephants, you should probably visit Zambia; not only can you catch the mighty proboscidean monsters on your safari, but they may check in at your hotel foyer, the literal elephant in the room.


Wed 15 Nov 17

Aussies tick euthanasia


Pharmacy Daily

ALMOST 90% of Australians aged 18+ are in favour of "letting patients die when they are hopelessly ill and experiencing unrelievable suffering with no chance of recovery", according to a special Roy Morgan Snap SMS Survey.




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