S3 pharmacist only medicines substances which are for

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S3: Pharmacist only medicines. “Substances which are for therapeutic use and: i. About which personal advice may be required by the user in respect of their dosage, frequency of administration and general toxicity, ii. With which excessive unsupervised medication is unlikely; or iii. Which may be required for use urgently so that their supply only on the prescription of an authorized practitioner would be likely to cause hardship.” - Stored out of reach of the public. - Pharmacist MUST personally hand out. - Pharmacist must ensure appropriate use and safety for indication. - Pharmacist must check understanding. S4: Prescription Only medicines. “Schedule 4 (Restricted Substances) Substances which in the public interest should be supplied only by, or upon the written prescription of, an authorized practitioner.” Responsibility for OTC medicines; - Ensure Appropriate use. - Ensure effective use. - Ensure most convenient use. - Provide accurate health and medicines information. - Facilitate referral to more appropriate therapies. Supply of OTC medicines; - Direct product request. - Symptom based request. Gather information, process information, make recommendation, and provide info. Supply of OTC -> WWHAMM. Direct product request: S8: Drugs of Addiction. Prochlorper arine nausea associated Mmigraine zkdays permonie f attacks agergenalifaisor so Ch 22ham pug category c unilateral location ametainsuastmine triggers stun cnn.e y.ham.ae pulsating pounding or changes waterways throbbing pain eauefseup.pod.mu moderate severe mediums pepiumairymore aura photophobia photophobia dosagirongnu cuwnien.mg amapintaetaik rooms visions a goings iongbdites symptom figuring nmsiseaaem.wnnipuim.org mouse omnium medicarmmetfuguency four up news Downloaded by jh iu ([email protected]) lOMoARcPSD|5120665
Week 5: Lecture 1: Pharmacy services. Roles of Community Pharmacists Dispensing related supply roles Non supply roles: - Supplying without prescription (primary care). - Dispensing In response to prescription or chart. - Non-supply related functions. - Compounding. - Re-packaging (Dose administration aids). - Medication management apps. - Opiate substitution therapy. - Staged supply. - Recording clinical interventions. - Continued dispensing (limited re-prescribing). - Hospital dispensing (including reconciliation, discharge & counselling). - MedsCheck & diabetes medscheck. - Diabetes & asthma disease state management. - Atrial dibrillation screening in pharmacies using an iphone ECG. - Weight management services. - Immunisation. - Needle exchange programs. - Return of medicines yellow bins. - Health checks, BP testing. - Pharmacogenomics (personalized medicines). Dispensing: Dispensing is the preparation, packaging, labeling, record keeping and transfer of a prescription drug to a patient, their agent, or another person who is responsible for the administration of the medicine to that patient.

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