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Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2007 Annual Conference

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The Prescribing Casade [sic]

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  • B.F. is an 80 year-old female nursing home resident with a history of Parkinson's Disease treated with long-term Sinemet therapy (25-100 TID). She has suffered occasional hallucinations attributed to the Sinemet therapy, which have recently increased in frequency. The hallucinations sometimes involve large animals and can be quite terrifying.

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