Pharmacists are often involved in the clinical management of chronic diseases, and minor disease diagnosis and treatment. Further, pharmacists provide an excellent source to the community by conducting primary prevention through health education. Primary prevention is the essence of public health.
Pharmacists also provide rehabilitation support to individuals and communities by giving advice on the use and selection of surgical appliances and equipment. The Pharmacist also has an abundant supply of information on hypertensive and colorectal screening, sexually transmitted disease control, and contraception programs, providing health education, and advising patients of OTC drug choice and use.
Pharmacists provide optimal management of medication for chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma, hypertension, etc. We will collaborate with your healthcare professionals, such as physicians, and can help to ensure patients properly take their medications as prescribed and avoid any harmful effects.