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Infographic: The Basics of Understanding Pharmacy Abbreviations

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[wp_ad_camp_4]Medication labels on pharmacy prescriptions can be difficult to understand because they contain abbreviations that medical professionals use as shorthand. While most consumers are not able to intuitively determine what these abbreviations mean, taking the time to understand them is important. Knowing how to read medication labels can help keep you safe from adverse drug reactions anddrug interactions. In order to help consumers better understand prescription labels, Carrington.edu has put together a detailed infographic with the following information. Laws on Writing…

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Timeline of the History of Antibiotics

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This interactive chart was submitted by Study Medicine Europe Ltd.  for Pharma Mirror’s readers. Antibiotics has changed the world of Medicine. Read more about the main discoveries on this timeline. 1640 – Documented studies began in 1640 in England when John Parkington recommended using mould for treatment in his book on pharmacology 1870 – In England, Sir John Scott Burdon-Sanderson observed that culture fluid covered with mould did not produce bacteria 1871 – In England, Joseph Lister experimented with the antibacterial action…

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