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bhanu A (10 дней назад)
mam can indian get pharmacist job in canada?
Yoda Ydyxz (1 год назад)
If you are African dark skin professional at any level of education/professor, engineer, nurse, doctor, pharmacist, dentist and have good skills. Please don't come to Canada. The Canadians are full of racist fags behind computers who sit and stereotype and categorize based on skin colour and will never make you live as a doctor or any other profession in Canada. I'm not saying that you shouldn't take the exam like the rest. You will but you will never pass or see your grades. They will never get you close to anywhere unless if you are Asian or white European. Please, stay in your country and help your own people because money doesn't buy you happiness. Most of them here end up being security guards and taxi drivers with high education. I heard this from one African man that was married and brought to Canada by his wife. And when he ask the board to view his examination result they outright refused. For them if you are dark skin you are not intelligent. Please help the poor Africans get well and keep your education, because when you come here, the disappointment you receive by whites and Asian is absolutely degrading.
jantz selk (1 год назад)
A lot of useless questions and not enough probing into the actual problem (is the child very irritable or in moderate-severe discomfort?). Additionally, the child was 5 years old and is a great candidate for "watchful waiting" because the ear ache/infection is most likely viral and NOT bacterial. Since the fever was only 1 day in, It would have been better for the pharmacist to recommend taking the Tylenol for 1-2 more days before suggesting an MD visit.
Thisis Dr Zak (1 год назад)
The last recommendation was enough from the begining... you're child is sick, his ear is sore: GO SEE A F%U%KING DOCTOR.
Arun Vup (1 год назад)
Holy, you need to stop talking so much.
Ahmed Kadry Al Hajrasy (1 год назад)
Too much questions
adam co (2 года назад)
Great counseling! If a pharmacy has a room or a space that insures privacy and opportunity to engage in this conversation its amazing! Not the case in majority central european pharmacies. You simply don't have the time.
Sammy Sh. (2 года назад)
And they can visit their Doctor tomorrow, as "wait and watch" period is allowed for 2days in this age
Sammy Sh. (2 года назад)
Actually his asthma is well controlled, so Advil shouldn't be a problem.
Zill E Hussnain (1 год назад)
Advil is contraindicated in Asthma
Sammy Sh. (1 год назад)
asthma is controlled
Nisarg Shah (1 год назад)
Advil worsen asthma also
Sammy Sh. (1 год назад)
actually she says SULFA allergy
Hasan Qarni (2 года назад)
I was thinking that's beyond the imaginary world but turned out that nsaids aren't advisable for asthma patients they still can be used though and dropping that part wouldn't differ in evaluating
TwoLargePizzas (3 года назад)
I haven't seen a pharmacist talked to a patient that long about any kinds of drugs. The consults usually last less than 2 minutes.
Funky Stuff72 (1 год назад)
yeh , they exaggerate the fuck out of these
louiethemouseful (2 года назад)
+TwoLargePizzas This is in an ideal situation
Mohamed Abdullah (3 года назад)
Normally we measure the liquid dosage with a syringe especially for children
Hasan Qarni (2 года назад)
But syringe requires a prescription here bro
TheCoadyp (3 года назад)
christ lol
Yan Xia (4 года назад)
one thing I'd like to add is that it might be better if pharmacist could tell patient what exactly 7.5ml is, say one and half teaspoonful may more easy to understand from patient point of view?
adam co (2 года назад)
It is a normal practise.
Yan Xia (4 года назад)
Thanks. Pharmacist did a good job! Very professional.

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