Organ transplant happens when the doctors or surgeons remove an organ from a person and place it in another body.

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The organ may come from a living person or from a person who has died. This complex procedure takes place when one of the important organs—Heart, Intestine, Kidney, Liver, Lung, Pancreas—has failed. Some people wait for a long time because the doctors must match the donors and recipients to reduce or avoid the risks of the transplant rejection.

Specialized medications are used to treat the adverse effects which also need particular instructions or directions from the pharmacist to ensure proper intake or administration by the patient. Medication schedules can be often difficult to comply with as the medication therapy management comprises of coordination between pharmacist and physician, intermittent pharmacist consultations, and cyclic prescription refills. What’s more, these healthcare supplies and drugs specific to post-organ transplant recovery can be costly.

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    Epic Pharmacy realizes most post-hospitalization effects that patients undergo with related health issues after an organ transplant. Our commitment is to give patients and healthcare professionals access to private consultations and dispense instructions to manage their health conditions. In line with this, we will always be available to provide assistance by coordinating with insurance companies for prior authorizations and will also endorse patients to the manufacturer for possible financial help.

  • Rest assured that with Epic Pharmacy, you will get the quality comprehensive, personalized, and professional services. For more information about Epic Pharmacy services and if you wish to receive assistance with drug interaction reviews by the pharmacist, feel free to reach us.

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