To prepare:Review the American Geriatrics Society article and interactive media piece in this week’s Learning Resources.Select one of the following over-the-counter drugs commonly used by geriatric patients:Antacids or acid suppressantsAntidiarrhealAntihistaminesAntimicrobial ointmentsAntispasmodics for the bladderCough suppressantsLaxativesNeutraceuticals (choose one; e.g., ginseng, St. John’s wart, etc.)Pain medications (choose one; e.g., acetaminophen, ibuprofen, rub-on pain ointments/patches, etc.)Supplements (choose one; e.g., calcium, iron, etc.)Vaginal creamsResearch the over-the-counter drug you selected. Visit a local pharmacy and explore the types/varieties of the drug that are available. Reflect on the ingredients in each type/variety, including additional active ingredients.Consult with the pharmacist about the ingredients in each type/variety, including how to make safe and effective clinical decisions in relation to this drug. Discuss potential interactions in frail elders and precautions related to the drug based on Beers Criteria. If one is available, you may consult with a pharmacist at your practicum site as an alternative to visiting a pharmacy.Consider ways to educate elders about the OTC drug you selected.By Day 5Posta PowerPoint presentation that addresses the following:Describe the over-the-counter drug that you selected.Identify the types/varieties of the drug that are available. Describe the ingredients in each type/variety including additional active ingredients.Explain the key information that you need to know about this OTC drug to make safe and effective clinical decisions. Include potential interactions in frail elders and describe any precautions related to the drug based on Beers Criteria.Explain how you would educate elders about the OTC drug you selected.