Pharmacist-managed short-acting beta agonist refill service in a general pediatric clinic

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To use a pharmacist-managed short-acting beta agonist (SABA) service (1) to determine the patient’s rationale for SABA refill requests, (2) to assess adherence to current controller therapy and current level of disease control, and (3) to characterize the pharmacist’s recommendations made in response to a patient’s SABA refill request.

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Journal of the American Pharmacists Association
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S1544-3191(18)X0003-X

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To use a pharmacist-managed short-acting beta agonist (SABA) service (1) to determine the patient’s rationale for SABA refill requests, (2) to assess adherence to current controller therapy and current level of disease control, and (3) to characterize the pharmacist’s recommendations made in response to a patient’s SABA refill request.

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