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5PSQ-034 Assessment of linezolid’s haemotological toxicity and related risk factors in clinical practice
Linezolid’s related HT in the authors' hospital is relatively high, but there is no statistically significant relationship (p>0.05) with the proposed RF, however, it seems that with a more statistically poweful study, DT could reach statistical significance.
Using Triage Notes to Refine Syndromic Surveillance: An Ebola Case Study
- A. Walsh
- 15 June 2015
PS-065 Ivabradine prescription according to pharmacovigilance risk assessment committee restrictions
Treatment with ivabradine should be closely monitored by hospital pharmacists regarding its pharmacological and safety profile and 3 out of 17 patients developed AF during treatment, a higher percentage than that showed in the SIGNIFY1 study.
Knowledge and judgement of the criteria of potentially inappropriate prescription
Despite the low prevalence of PIP, these criteria are still unknown and considered useful to add them in the alert system associated to electronic prescription, according to the authors.
DI-077 Use of romiplostim in patients with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
Effectiveness was very variable and a protocol for use including conditions for discontinuation in case of no response could improve use of the drug in the authors' institution.
Increasing public awareness of Ebola virus disease symptoms using a pictogram based poster
A pictogram-based poster aimed at increasing public awareness of EVD symptoms and the need for medical care can be conveyed quickly and at an easily understandable level to the public using this validated poster.
Stability of Extemporaneously Compounded Nadolol 10-mg/mL Suspension in Oral Mix in Glass and Plastic Bottles and Plastic Syringes.
- A. Walsh, Blake E. Ziegler, K. Lingertat-Walsh, S. Law, S. Walker
- MedicineInternational journal of pharmaceutical…
On day 91, nadolol 10 mg/mL oral suspensions prepared with Oral Mix and stored in all bottle types at 4ÆC will retain more than 98% of the initial concentration compared to 99% at 25 ÆC and only 94% when stored in oral syringes, and multiple linear regression analysis demonstrated that the percent remaining was related to study day and container, but not temperature.