Optimal use of medication

Optimal use of medication refers to works leading to recommendations concerning the relevance of using a medication in a given situation, in order to maximise the benefits while decreasing the risks to the health of patients and the population. 


79 Publications in Médicaments: Usage optimal

03-31-2010 | Médicaments: Usage optimal

Principles for the Optimal Use of Proton Pump Inhibitors (only available in French)

Read more

03-30-2010 | Médicaments: Usage optimal | Cardiologie et maladies neurovasculaires

Follow-up study on hypolipidemic drug use (only available in French)

Read more

09-01-2009 | Médicaments: Usage optimal | Personnes âgées

Study on potentially inappropriate prescriptions (only available in French)

Read more

05-01-2009 | Médicaments: Usage optimal

Study of concomitant antipsychotic use - Part 1 (only available in French)

Read more

03-01-2009 | Médicaments: Usage optimal

Study on the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Québec adults (only available in French)

Read more

15 Projects in Médicaments: Usage optimal

Subscribe to our newsletter now