Who, Pharm.D.

Over the holiday, I began reading one of the William Osler biographies. While reading his inspiring and influential journey, which to this day continues to guide and lead others, I paused to reflect on my own profession. Although I’m searching for the pharmacy equivalent to such influential figures in medicine, our education methods are far… Read More

Tale of the Comeback Kid: Procainamide in the ED

It seems as though the traditional “go-to” management of atrial fibrillation in the setting of rapid ventricular response in the emergency department involves rate control and anticoagulation. Can we break this tradition and consider alternative therapeutic management in certain subpopulations of patients with dysrhythmias? Recently, there has been some discussion regarding the use of rhythm… Read More