• Comprehensive Medication Review



    The best way to get the right medicine at the right dose and the right combination with other medicines or food is to receive a Comprehensive and Professional Medication Review (CMR) regularly.

    Focused on personal goals, quality of life, health-  and medication-related problems in patients with Polypharmacy.

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  • Medicine-Food Interactions Review



    What we eat or drink has an impact on the medicines we use. Medicines can also change the way our body uses food. Any of these changes could be harmful to our health. Medicine-Food interactions can happen with both prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) medicines. These include antacids, vitamins, iron pills, herbs, supplements, and beverages.

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  • Medicine-Medicine Interactions Review



    Medicine-Medicine interactions can be defined as an interaction between a Medicine and another substance that prevents the Medicine from performing as expected. The risk for Medication interactions increases by the number of medications we use every day. It can decrease by good administration and regulation of medication use.

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Useful Tips and Tricks

  • You should know why you are taking your current medication, the way to take it, how to store it, and what to do if you have unexpected or serious side effects.
  • The most typical reason for unexpected side effects is wrong medication use. Make sure you take your medication exactly the way you are advised and for what you are told.
  • Discuss all the medication you are using, including prescription, over-the-counter, vitamin supplements and herbal supplements with your doctor or pharmacist, as they may cause unwanted effects or more serious issues.
  •  Throw out any expired medication you might have at home and never take someone else’s prescription medication or share your own with others.

Frequently Asked Questions

A medication review is a method for analyzing, monitoring and reviewing an individual’s medication use, which is conducted by a predetermined structured and systematic approach, under local guidelines and procedures.

The overall purpose of conducting medication reviews is to increase the quality and safety of the medicinal treatment.

Lack of sufficient effect, severe side effects, and even death is the result of the wrong medication use which affects many patients every year. In addition to being a tragedy for the patient, there are also large and completely unnecessary costs for society.

Although the death-rate due to wrong medication use is remarkably high, the number of people affected by that is significantly more, which has several consequences both for society and individuals.

Experienced healthcare professionals such as doctors and pharmacists are entitled to do a Medication Review for patients.

To do a professional Medication Review, reliable sources such as Medical textbooks, National and international guidelines are being used. Some of them are listed below:

Generally speaking, any experienced GP or pharmacist is eligible to do Medication Review for patients. Right sources and plenty of time are the key roles to perform a professional Medication Review.