When you hear something called a “Beers drug” or hear someone say that a drug is on the “Beers list” it refers to medications that could be potentially inappropriate for use in older adults. Push play to learn about the Beers list of medications, why we even have this list, and the implications for your nursing practice.
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You can see a recent version of The Beers List here.
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