Abstracts from the American College of Clinical Pharmacy 2013 Virtual Poster Symposium

2013 Pharmacotherapy  
A post-intervention survey was conducted at the end of the study period to detect modified risk factors. RESULTS: Over a 6 month follow-up of 47 patients, statistically significant reductions occurred in total number of CVD risk factors, systolic and diastolic blood pressures, and A1C. Reductions also occurred in LDL level, weight, and changes in smoking behavior and physical activity. CONCLUSION: Results showed that increased patient counseling on adherence and lifestyle changes along with
more » ... eased disease state monitoring and medication adjustment led by a clinical pharmacist can decrease risk factors in patients with multiple risk factors for cardiovascular disease. 5E. Implementation of MTM recommendations by community IPPE P3 student pharmacists post older adult interprofessional team home visit.
doi:10.1002/phar.1300 fatcat:32g244tq6vagdiwe2mmfj6drei