Strategies in pharmacotherapy of multimorbidity: is it always too many or sometimes too few?

Marjan Van Den Akker
Polypharmacy, the use of five or more chronic medications, is a highly prevalent problem among older people with multimorbidity. Increasingly, physicians and pharmacists make medication reviews aiming at an optimization of the prescriptions by lowering the number of prescriptions. There are, however,[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]