Advertising, computers, and pharmacy liability. A Michigan court's decision has ramifications for pharmaceutical care.

Abstract

Arbor Drugs, Inc., advertised that its computer could detect dangerous drug interactions. A pharmacist failed to warn a patient accordingly and the patient suffered a stroke as a result of an interaction between tranylcypromine and a decongestant. The Michigan Court of Appeals held that this failure to warn was actionable under the theories of negligence… (More)

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@article{Cacciatore1996AdvertisingCA, title={Advertising, computers, and pharmacy liability. A Michigan court's decision has ramifications for pharmaceutical care.}, author={Gary G Cacciatore}, journal={Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association}, year={1996}, volume={NS36 11}, pages={651-4} }