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Overview of geriatric dermatology
In the practice of geriatric dermatology, pharmacists should be able to explain the physiology of aging skin; describe dermatologic conditions frequently encountered in the elderly, including decubitis ulcers, skin infections, blistering diseases, skin cancers, and melanoma; identify dermatologic manifestations of nutritional deficiency in geriatric patients; and review the role of the pharmacist in managing dermatologic pharmacotherapy.
Parkinson's disease: A review
Parkinson's disease usually affects people over the age of 50. About 50,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson's disease each year, with more than half a million Americans affected at any given time. Pharmacists should be able to explain the pathophysiology and clinical presentation of the disease, identify potential complications, discuss current nonpharmacologic therapies and pharmacotherapies, and recommend appropriate treatment strategies.
Free Bonus CE in the September 26, 2005, issue
The Evolving Role of the Pharmacist in the Diagnosis and Management of
Male Sexual Dysfunction: A Focus on Premature Ejaculation.

This educational activity is made possible by an unrestricted educational grant provided by Ortho Urology.
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