Monday, January 16, 2017

The pharmacist also admitted that the adulterated omeprazole was the result of this disorder at the compounding station--Court stated that “Pharmacists cannot be held to a standard of perfection,” and “Dispensing errors do occur and are expected to be a part of the learning process for a pharmacist.”

Errors are “Expected to be a Part of the Learning Process for a ...

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9 hours ago - The case was further complicated by the fact that the State Board of Pharmacy, after an administrative hearing, recommended that the pharmacist only have his ..
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