New Delhi: After a study found that compliance to drugs is poor among dementia patients, a government hospital here has initiated a programme to made the care givers aware about right dosages of drugs and their side-effects. Under the programme launched by Ram Manohar Hospital, the care givers of the patients will be trained for adequate monitoring and judicious use of medicines by dementia patients. They will be trained about the dosages of drugs, their duration, follow up and warning signs when a patient is on some drug. The course aims to spread awareness amongst care givers about proper drug therapy by reducing the number of medications and taking them on time.
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