you'll have patients using medications from Canada, Mexico, Europe, Asia, and other foreign lands

Summer travel means you'll have patients using medications from Canada, Mexico, Europe, Asia, and other foreign lands.

Foreign drugs can lead to mix-ups and legal problems.

Drug names often vary between countries. In Canada, omeprazole is Losec instead of Prilosec...cetirizine is Reactine, not Zyrtec.

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