Every year, people are sent to the emergency room (ER) for adverse drug events, creating unnecessary expenses and putting people’s lives at risk. The Centers for Disease Control defines an adverse drug event (ADE) as an “injury resulting from the use of medication.” Examples of ADEs include medication side effects, such as bleeding from blood thinners or extremely low blood sugar from diabetes medications or drug interactions, such as combining a high dose of blood pressure medication with a diuretic to create extremely low blood pressure. The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published an article in the November1Read Our Blog
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