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Frequency of risk factors that potentially increase harm from medications in older adults receiving primary care.
McCarthy L, Dolovich L, Haq M, Thabane L, Kaczorowski J. Can J Clin Pharmacol. 2007;14:e283-e290.

This study surveyed elderly patients and discovered that the number of medications, medical conditions, and daily medication doses were risk factors for potential medication-related events.

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