Help Relieve Shortages by Expanding IV-to-PO Switches

Shortages of injectable meds will have more hospitals expanding their IV-to-PO protocols.

Most hospitals have oral conversions for meds such as quinolones and PPIs to save costs, remove IV lines earlier, decrease workload, etc.

But other IV-to-PO switches aren't as straightforward.

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