Defend your treatment decisions like you are on the witness stand in a medical malpractice case – this means factual scientific data that is supported by treatment guidelines or clinical studies. Describing a medication’s mechanism of action or stating that it is FDA approved is not credible scientific evidence to defend your treatment decision What is “scientific data from primary literature” you might ask? Data regarding the efficacy, safety and tolerability of a drug from randomized clinical trials, meta analyses, case series, treatment guidelines, etc. Scientific data is NOT any of the following: half-life of a medication, protein binding, % of side effects occurring or FDA approval à
Plagiarism free please. I will send a sample, please use the same pattern for this one.
Use 8 references, two for each decision tree, one for conclusion and one for introduction.
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