Drug-induced Bleeding

Johnathan W. Hamrick, PharmD; Diane Nykamp, PharmD

Disclosures

US Pharmacist. 2015;40(12):17-21. 

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Role of the Pharmacist

In addition to patient education on the signs of bleeding and how to minimize bleeding risk, pharmacists play an important role in helping reduce the risk of drug-induced bleeding by monitoring patient medication profiles for potential drug-drug interactions and by conducting patient interviews to identify other items that may increase risk, such as advanced age, alcohol consumption, use of natural medicines, past medical history, and family history.

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