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Excipients and Preservatives and Dyes, Oh My! How Inert Medication Components Can Cause Clinical Responses

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Price

$30 for Members
$50 for Non-Members

60 minutes
Date Published

April 8, 2020

Publisher

Pediatric Pharmacy Association

Subjects

Allergic Reactions, Compounding, Medication Safety and Technology

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Summary

This presentation will cover multiple excipients, fillers, preservatives, stabilizers, and dyes that are added to medications as "inert" ingredients. However, some patients can have significant allergic reactions to these ingredients from mild rashes, extending to anaphylaxis. Information will be provided on the regulation of these ingredients.

Learning Objectives for Pharmacists
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
1. Define the differences in inactive medication components.
2. Describe how inactive ingredients are regulated in the US and other countries where drugs are manufactured.
3. Recognize various inactive medication ingredients that can cause clinical reactions in patients.
4. Identify how dietary intolerances can impact a patient's response to inactive medication ingredients.

Accreditation:
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PPA has accredited this knowledge-based webinar for 1.0 contact hours (0.10 CEUs) of continuing education credit for pharmacists. UAN #:0180-0000-20-003-L01-P.

The Pediatric Pharmacy Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. In order to receive credit, participants must register for the program, attend the program, and fill out a post-program survey. Webinar programs are 100% supported through program registration fees and PPA membership dues, and is not supported by Industry.

Group Pricing for CE only:
Groups will need to email Lauren Henretty at lhenretty@pediatricpharmacy.org their attendance list with each participants name, email, NABP# and DOB in order to receive credit.

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Presenters

Tara Smith, Pharm D, MS, BCPPS

Tara Smith currently holds the position of Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Pediatrics at West Florida Hospital in Pensacola,... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Excipients and Preservatives and Dyes, Oh My! - Video
Excipients and Preservatives and Dyes, Oh My! - Paper
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Credit

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How to Attend

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