I am sure many of you would agree that Wvu and Priapism are two of the finest pharmacists. Wvu worked in retail for four years but now he has moved up and currently works as a clinical pharmacist in a prestigious rural hospital. Priapism decided to do another year of residency and he hopes that one day he would become the director of the FDA and forever destroy the evil pharmaceutical industry (even if he has to do another year of residency). These two clinical pharmacists are the finest in the pharmacy profession but who's better? Wvu or Priapism?! Let's have a clinical face off!! Let's ask them questions (only clinical questions of course) to determine who is the superior clinician. I want you, retail pharmacists (hell, even if you as retail pharmacy clerk) to participate! Let's begin! Question #1: The patient is on lithium. The physician wants to give the patient an NSAID for his rheumatoid arthritis. However, the physician is concerned that the NSAID may increase his lithium level and cause the patient to suffer from lithium toxicity. He remembers hearing last night that there is one NSAID that is least likely to increase lithium level but he was busy checking out a hot nurse and forgot the name of the drug. Fortunately, a clinical pharmacist is near by so he asked him. As a clinical pharmacist, what is your answer? Update: sulindac! Wvu 1. Pria 0.