OHSU Healthcare Topic Search: Pharmacy
Detailed information on learning to manage your medication, especially if you are taking several, and treating different conditions
Even after minor surgery, some children will remain in the hospital overnight for observation and to receive medications to help with pain or to prevent infection.
A food-drug interaction can occur when the food you eat affects the ingredients in a medication you are taking, preventing the medicine from working the way it should.
Half of people in the hospital for a heart attack or heart failure make a mistake with their medications within a month of going home. This is true even among people who get counseling and guidance from a pharmacist.
Sometimes accidental poisonings can be treated in the home under the direction of a poison control center or your child's doctor. At other times, emergency medical care is necessary.
Detailed information on poisoning, including poison on the skin, in the eye, and poisonous fumes and gas
Detailed information on poisoning, preventing poisoning and how to respond in an emergency
Acne is a disorder of the hair follicles and sebaceous glands. With acne, the sebaceous glands are clogged, which leads to pimples and cysts.
Detailed information on acne, including causes, symptoms, and different types of treatment such as medication, dermabrasion, chemical peels, collagen injections, laser resurfacing, punch grafts, phototherapy/blue light therapy, and autologous fat transfer