Whittaker, C. F., Miklich, M. A., Patel, R. S., & Fink, J. C. (2018). Medication Safety Principles and Practice in CKD. Clinical journal of the American Society of Nephrology : CJASN, 13(11), 1738–1746. The current article contains the suppository safety philosophies and drills comprised in CKD. According to the author, every health professional should prioritize patient safety. The author argues that medications errors are high, leading to deaths and kidney disease (Whittaker et al., 2018). Medications errors reduce kidney function because the kidney eliminates most medications. The author postulates that most kidney patients suffer from multimorbidity of diabetes, hypertension, and heart failure due to the lack of coordination from prescribers (Whittaker et al., 2018). The article discusses the imperative subjects and coercions to a safe suppository routine on kidney disease patients. The article explains the various drugs that health professionals should avoid or modify their dose on kidney disease patients and review the complications of various medications (Whittaker et al., 2018). The information in the article can aid the nurses in distinguishing the various medications that specific patients can use without complications. Nurses can utilize the information in sensitizing incoming nurses and in the implementation to ensure the safety of kidney patients.