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Published by McMaster University Medical Centre in Hamilton .
Written in English


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Pagination14 p.
Number of Pages14
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Open LibraryOL14730758M

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pharmacist-obtained medication histories with those obtained by phy-sicians for patients admitted to the hospital under the care of an internal medicine team. The time required for the pharmacist to obtain the medica-tion histories was also evaluated. Methods We compared the . OBJECTIVE: This was a single-center, prospective, pilot study aiming to evaluate the impact of pharmacist involvement in the admission medication history and reconciliation process and to quantify discrepancies found by pharmacists when compared to information collected by other health care providers at a pediatric institution. METHODS: A pharmacist completed a thorough medication history . Gareth Nickless is lead clinical liaison tutor/practitioner and Helena Noble is lead admissions pharmacist, both at Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. References. 1 Badowski SA, Rosenbloom D, Dawson PH. Clinical importance of pharmacist-obtained medication histories using a validated questionnaire. Feb 16,  · How to take an accurate and detailed medication history. The Pharmaceutical Journal 16 FEB Difference between pharmacist-obtained and physician-obtained medication histories in the intensive care unit. English Delftware Drug Jars. This beautiful book illustrates the art and history of the collection of English delftware drug jars.

Pharmacy collected medication histories in an observation happyplacekidsgym.com SAGE Open Medicine Creative Commons CC-BY-NC: This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution. Nov 05,  · Pharmacists identified a total of discrepancies between the pharmacist-obtained history and that obtained by the physician. For example, . Method. The study consisted of two phases. The first phase was a baseline cross-sectional assessment of the frequency and depth of medication history information documented by physicians in case notes of systematic samples of patients that were stratified over 9 Medical outpatients Units at a premier teaching hospital in south western Nigeria. Nov 01,  · Free Online Library: A randomised controlled trial of pharmacist medication histories and supplementary prescribing on medication errors in postoperative medications.(Report) by "Anaesthesia and Intensive Care"; Health, general Drugs Prescribing Safety and security measures Usage Elective surgery Accidents Practice Medical errors Causes of Prevention Research Patient care Patients Care .

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