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'We need to think quite differently about how medicines are used'

Chief pharmaceutical officer Dr Keith Ridge speaks exclusively to Pulse about why he thinks the use of commonly-used drugs - such as duiretics and warfarin - in the elderly should be reviewed.

Chief pharmaceutical officer Dr Keith Ridge speaks exclusively to Pulse about why he thinks the use of commonly-used drugs - such as duiretics and warfarin - in the elderly should be reviewed.

Interview at the RCGP roundtable discussion on care homes.

Dr Keith Ridge Interview with Dr Keith Ridge

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