Predictably, members of the medical community have expressed vigorous opposition to the criminal prosecution of physicians for negligent overprescription
This is costing patients money and leaving room "for wrong incentives to doctors, overprescription
and outright fraudulent prescription behaviour", according to the European Commission.
All success comes with a price: Some scientists express concerns over the widespread use and possible overprescription
Questions raised about overprescription
Only doctors (and vets) can effectively halt the tide of overprescription
and prevent the further development of resistant superbugs and ineffective medicines.
In addition, delayed prescription, to be used later if symptoms persists, may be an effective way to check the overprescription
This in turn helps ensure that physicians have access to updated and unbiased research to guide their decisions in prescribing medication for off-label use, which could go a long way toward preventing the harms caused by the overprescription
of Neurontin for off-label uses based on drug manufacturer marketing efforts.
Experts blame incorrect diagnosis leading to the overprescription
of malaria-fighting drugs," she said.
If a drug is the latest and greatest, fine, but we had to take a hard look at overprescription
and overuse, even potential dependency.
of antibiotics is the main cause of antibiotic resistance, which is threatening our ability to treat infections effectively when they occur.
His book is a short, readable activist's crib which ranges fluently across the environmental costs of bloated corporate health care (and the human costs of overprescription
and phoney medicalization) 1 to the problem of industrial agriculture and "better living through chemistry.
Too many people don't fare as well as I did: overprescription
of antidepressants has become a major issue in this country.