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    Richard
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    Exactly so, when the people drop one and the computer has not been set up to  trap the errors things do go badly and the computer cannot act alone to get it sorted out. I have been on more tablets than I would really like and most times they have come out fine. When there is a change in the middle of a cycle things get difficult. The sensible human then steps in. This time they decided that the easy way was not to mess with the schedule but to bypass the process. I received a three month top up to take me through to renewal time when I should all get resolved correctly, I hope.

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    If you can, it is always wise to check on other human’s actions especially wrt tablets.

    I see on today’s Beeb that a Boot’s dispenser dropped one because he/she was under pressure, as was their ‘checker’ and gave someone the wrong drug. The recipient then accidentally overdosed on the drug as a result of his not doing his own checking!  He was very lucky just to get a scare as I had to be taken off that particular drug (amlodopine) as it resulted in my having a  potentially catastrophic collapse in blood sodium levels. (I am also very lucky in having a GP who has an excellent attention to detail and always follows up on  reports of adverse drug  reaction alerts. She also has a very healthy disrespect for big Pharma)

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    My wife goes over every tablet for our daughter with a fine tooth comb or rather an illuminated magnifying glass, She has picked up a few oddities including some wrongly package items once or twice. She is driven potty by changes in the shape, style or colour of tablets. Any disturbance to our daughter’s regime is highly likely to have ‘consequences’, including those involving big white ‘vans’ with blue lights., though it does not always take a tablet error to need one of those.

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    Correction, all of the main user’s ‘vans’ are now Yellow in this area.

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