Medications, especially injectable or inhaled drugs, can be complex to take. With all the steps involved, it can be difficult to remember exactly how to take them, even if your pharmacist clearly explains the procedure. Your pharmacist can go over the instructions by administering the first dose. This will help you remember all the steps when you do it by yourself the next time. These services can only be provided by pharmacists who have taken the required theoretical and practical training. Pharmacists can only administer medications for instructional purposes, so they can't administer drugs like flu vaccinations, which are given by a nurse.
If you find it difficult to take a medication or you don't understand how to use it properly, don't hesitate to talk to your pharmacist, who is dedicated to making sure that your medication is effective and safe for you.
The pharmacy services presented in this section are offered by pharmacist owners who are affiliated with PROXIM. The pharmacists are solely responsible for the professional activities carried out during the practice of pharmacy.