PHARMACY ERRORS

Nearly 5% of hospitalized patients experience an adverse drug event (ADE).

-U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Georgia Pharmaceutical Error Lawyer

Prescription Drug Injury Attorney for Georgia

According to a study conducted by Auburn University, prescription drug dispensing errors are a nationwide problem, especially at retail pharmacies. Because of long hours and increased demands on pharmacists’ time, pharmacies do not always have the resources needed to check, double check and triple check drugs and dosages to dispense them correctly. Additionally, while automated mail order pharmacies are significantly more accurate, dispensing errors still occur in the mail order environment as well.

Common Pharmaceutical Errors

Most people take their prescriptions without hesitation. They assume that the medication, dosage, and instructions on the bottle are all correct. They trust the pharmacist and their staff.  Unfortunately, many people suffer from pharmaceutical errors, including:

  • Bottles improperly labeled

  • Failure to provide instructions

  • Errors in filling prescriptions

  • Filling the wrong medication

  • Improper dosage

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