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Design of an Online Continuing Education Module: Herbal and Dietary Supplements Impact Warfarin Safety and Efficacy

Author(s): Jennifer L. Strohecker (Intermountain Medical Center, USA) and Wendy Athens (University of Florida, USA)
Copyright: 2013
Pages: 13
EISBN13: 9781466626126


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The core instructional objective was a behavior change: Clinicians must ask patients about HDS use when taking a medical history and document this use in the medical record. HDS use is prevalent among Americans and sales are increasing. When taken in conjunction with prescription medications, HDS-drug interactions are common and may result in unexpected and serious patient harm. Patient’s failure to report HDS use to their medical provider, and a provider’s failure to ask specifically about HDS use, further complicate the picture.

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