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Accidental overdoses of prescription drugs are becoming a national epidemic. An FDA study found that prescription dosing errors cause more than 40% of deaths due to medication errors. In North Carolina, overdose deaths of prescription drugs are higher than the average rate. Some counties in North Carolina have experienced the worst death rates across the country. According to the most recent federal government investigations, 16 out of every 100,000 residents in North Carolina die from overdose - a figure that continues to increase in our state. Doctors have a duty to understand the drugs prescribed to their patients. This includes the intended use of a prescription medication, its side effects, its interactions with other medications, and the safe and recommended dose. Your doctor has the responsibility to also know how medications will work in your body, how they will accumulate, and how they will be removed from the body. In addition, medical professionals should ensure that you do not have allergies to known medications that could affect your use of specific drugs.
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Deuterman Law Group
317 South Greene Street Greensboro, NC 27401
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