Examples of Hospital pharmacist in a sentence
If the medication is not renewed it will be discontinued." (Rev 11/29/11) 6.8 PATIENT'S OWN MEDICATIONS AND SELF ADMINISTRATIONMedications brought into the Hospital by a patient may not be administered unless the Hospital pharmacist has identified the medications and there is a written order from the attending practitioner to administer the medication(s).
One may possess or demonstrate one or more of the virtues without possessing or demonstrating others; similarly, one may be disposed towards or commit one of the vices but not all (NE 1130a17-22;  1980, p.
The Hospital pharmacist shall be authorized to dispense and administer another brand of a generically equivalent product identical in dosage, form and content of active therapeutic ingredients and/or medication approved by the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and placed on the formulary that is therapeutically as effective unless otherwise indicated.J. Critical Care Unit The Critical Care Committee will develop policies and procedures for the critical care unit.
Medications dispensed from an external pharmacy shall be visualized and identified by the physician or Hospital pharmacist.
The Whidbey General Hospital pharmacist will receive SNS supplied medications as requested to meet their needs in compliance with public law.
Hospital pharmacist have to apply coping strategies promising in independence of third parties.
Detailed inventory and dispensing records are to be maintained by each of the retail pharmacies, and the Whidbey General Hospital pharmacist, filed by date and reconciled monthly with a report to the ICHP Health Officer.
Hospital pharmacist must verify all prescription before data is inputted to system.Time allowance for prescription refill must not more than 6 months per prescription.
It may be true that acceptance of the proffered refund reflects the certain bird in the hand.
Hospital pharmacist must be aware of legal environment and legal consequences of extemporaneously prepared medicines, present and future trends in extemporaneous compounding, understand how to miniminize potential risks to patients, healthcare staff and their organisation.