During the review, patients were asked about over-the-counter medications they were taking, and were told they all had the potential to interact with prescribed drugs. The results showed that a particular drug was stopped in 70% of patients, an inappropriate medication was detected in 54%, and an error in dose was detected in 32%. The study also found that 92% of patients' records prior to review contained medications not currently taken by the patient. And 56% of the study sample were taking over-the-counter medications.
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