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Editorial: Sonja Sherritze, Editor
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Recent Issues

May 2002

Features

Drug Shortages (4-Part Series)

Part 4: How the Delayed Distribution of Influenza Vaccine Created Shortages in 2000 and 2001

When it comes to influenza vaccines, the timing of the distribution can create both shortages and surpluses.
Keiji Fukuda, MD, MPH, Dennis O’Mara, and James A. Singleton, MS

Meeting Highlights: The 51st Scientific Session of the American College of Cardiology

Lawrence M. Prescott, PhD

Guest Commentary

After Baycol, Now What?

The withdrawl of Baycol illustrates the need for better monitoring of patients and adverse reactions.
Ivan Goldsmith, MD, Ross W. Newman, and William Dachman, MD

Continuing Education

Therapuetic Options in the Treatment of Invasive Aspergillosis

This article discusses both the conventional treatment and investigational agents for this disease.
Dena M. Behm Dillon, PharmD and Linda M. Schrand, PharmD

Departments

Editorial

Learning Organizations

Editor-in-Chief David B. Nash would like all health systems to be more like “Learning Organizations.”
David Nash, MD, MBA

Prescription Washington

Disease Management Spreads to Medicare Fee-For-Service Plans

Stephen Barlas

Drug News

New Drugs/Drug News

The latest information about approvals, indication changes, industry updates, and news from the FDA.

Drug Forecast

Voriconazole

A new antifungal agent to treat a broad spectrum of mycoses.
Nicholas S. Vanni, PharmD and Michael T. Inzerillo, RPh

Medication Errors

IV Administration Set Spiked into Enteral Nutrition Container

Matthew Grissinger, RPh, cautions all health care providers about the dangers of enteral nutrition containers.