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Australian Journal of Pharmacy : May 2005
this month AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACY MAY 2005 vol.86 no.1022 cover story 312 333 338 352 381 326 370 387 One year on: Xenical clearly establishes pharmacy as weight loss destination Australian pharmacy has now firmly established itself among the top three destinations for advice on weight loss according to research commissioned by Roche, the makers of Xenical FEATURE ARTICLES pharmacy professional GORD A role in reflux relief For the many people who suffer from GORD, relief will often result from simple lifestyle adjustments. But it’s a disease that can require drug therapy and even surgery to halt progression to a potential deadly outcome WOUND CARE Helping to heal With studies demonstrating the positive impact that pharmacists can have on wound care, and governments throwing support behind research and eduation projects, there has probably never been a better time for pharmacy to strengthen its role in wound care management WINTER MEDICINE The cold war Pharmacy’s usual approach to the category management of winter medicines will be vastly different this year, following pressure from law enforcement officials to up-schedule pseudoephedrine-containing medicines BANNER GROUPS In search of customer relevance Banner groups are under pressure to evolve, with growing calls for new strategies and compelling offers that attract both members and consumers pharmacy education PHARMACY PRACTICE FOUNDATION RESEARCH Cholesterol lowering the healthy hearts: A herbal approach The sale of herbal and complementary medicines is a major industry and increasingly recognised by federal and state government health policies. COUNSELLING CASEBOOK The patient with HIV/AIDS While the majority of community pharmacists have had little experience with HIV/AIDS sufferers and the anti- retroviral agents, the role of the HMR is usually to assist the person in the management of their total medication and assist with palliation of adverse effects. CURRENT DRUG INFORMATION Are echinacea preparations effective in the treatment or prevention of common cold? CURRENT DRUG INFORMATION: DRUG REVIEW Review of heart failure Information that will assist pharmacists to maximise their ability to treat this desease and reduce its growing impact on societal health. NEW