Department of Pharmacy Practice

Sarah E. Petite, Pharm.D., BCPS

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Assistant Professor

419.383.1964
Frederic and Mary Wolfe Center 114C
sarah.petite@utoledo.edu

Education

  • ASHP-accredited Pharmacotherapy Residency, Cleveland Clinic, 2015
  • Doctor of Pharmacy, Ohio Northern University, 2013

Scope of Practice and Curriculum

  • Internal Medicine
  • Public Health

Professional Experience

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor, The University of Toledo
  • Internal Medicine Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, University of Toledo Medical Center
  • Residency Preceptor
  • Staff Pharmacist

Recent Publications (last five years)

Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts
  • Petite SE. Comments on: Treatment of acute hepatic encephalopathy: Comparing the  effects of adding rifaximin to lactulose on patient outcomes. J Pharm Pract 2016; 29:533. Letter. 

  • Petite SE, Bauer S, Bollinger JE, Ahrens C, Harinstein L. Antimicrobial monotherapy versus combination therapy for the treatment of complicated intra-abdominal infections. Pharmacother 2016; 36:1138-1144.

  • Petite SE. Effectiveness of anakinra in acute gout: a retrospective review of initial and refractory therapy. Am J Ther 2016. Letter. Epub ahead of print.

  • Petite SE, Bollinger JE, Eghtesad B. Antithymocyte globulin induction therapy in liver transplant: old drug, new uses. Ann Pharmacother 2016;50:592-598.

  • Petite SE, Bishop BM, Mauro VF. Role of the funny current inhibitor ivabradine in cardiac pharmacotherapy: A systematic review. Am J Ther 2016. Epub ahead of print.

Other Publications
  • Petite SE. “Management of mTOR inhibitor drug interactions with azole antifungals”. January 2015 Newsletter article published in the Cleveland Clinic Clinical Rx Forum

  • Petite SE. “Prevention of contrast-induced nephropathy”. September 2014 Newsletter article published in the Ohio College of Clinical Pharmacy Newsletter

  • Petite SE, Hulisz D. Hot Topic:  Adverse Effect of Statins in Diabetes? Pharmacy Choice. January 2013

Last Updated: 2/23/17