Polypharmacy
Pharmaceuticals in the Aging Population

Polypharmacy - Pharmaceuticals in the Aging Population
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Part 1
The whole new world of Geriatric Pharmacology awaits you! It has been estimated that 28% of all hospitalizations in the elderly are due to adverse drug reactions. And right along…
Part 2
The whole new world of Geriatric Pharmacology awaits you! It has been estimated that 28% of all hospitalizations in the elderly are due to adverse drug reactions. And right along…
Part 3
The whole new world of Geriatric Pharmacology awaits you! It has been estimated that 28% of all hospitalizations in the elderly are due to adverse drug reactions. And right along…

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