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Reducing medication errors in critical care: a multimodal approach
- R. Kruer, Andrew S. Jarrell, A. Latif
- Clinical pharmacology : advances and applications
- 1 September 2014
The Institute of Medicine has reported that medication errors are the single most common type of error in health care, representing 19% of all adverse events, while accounting for over 7,000 deaths… Expand
ASHP guidelines: minimum standard for pharmacies in hospitals.
- T. Brenner, H. N. Godwin, +78 authors for Safe Medication Practices
- American journal of health-system pharmacy : AJHP…
- 15 September 2013
The following minimum standard guidelines are intended to serve as a basic guide for the provision of pharmacy services in hospitals. These guidelines outline a minimum level of services that most… Expand
Factors associated with in‐hospital mortality among critically ill surgical patients with multidrug‐resistant Gram‐negative infections
- Andrew S. Jarrell, R. Kruer, L. D. Berescu, P. Pronovost, J. Trivedi
- Journal of critical care
- 1 February 2018
Purpose: Multidrug‐resistant (MDR) Gram‐negative infection increases risk of mortality, other complications, and costs. The objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of and identify… Expand
Antimicrobial Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics.
BACKGROUND Antimicrobial medications are beneficial when used appropriately, but adverse effects and resistance sometimes limit therapy. These effects may be more problematic with inappropriate… Expand
Evaluation of Medication Errors at the Transition of Care From an ICU to Non-ICU Location
- Andrea P. Tully, Drayton A Hammond, C. Li, Andrew S. Jarrell, R. Kruer
- Critical care medicine
Objectives: To determine the point prevalence of medication errors at the time of transition of care from an ICU to non-ICU location and assess error types and risk factors for medication errors… Expand
Short-duration treatment for catheter-associated urinary tract infections in critically ill trauma patients
- Andrew S. Jarrell, G. Wood, +5 authors T. Fabian
- The journal of trauma and acute care surgery
- 1 October 2015
BACKGROUND The optimal treatment duration for catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CA-UTI) in critically ill patients is unclear. The Infectious Diseases Society of America recommends up to… Expand
Appropriateness of peripheral parenteral nutrition use in adult patients at an academic medical center.
- D. Sugrue, Andrew S. Jarrell, +5 authors Jessica R Crow
- Clinical nutrition ESPEN
- 1 December 2017
BACKGROUND & AIMS Current evidence and guidelines identify patient populations who may benefit from parenteral nutrition. Peripheral parenteral nutrition (PPN) may be indicated for a subset of… Expand
Use and Effectiveness of Peri-Operative Cefotetan versus Cefazolin Plus Metronidazole for Prevention of Surgical Site Infection in Abdominal Surgery Patients.
BACKGROUND Current practice guidelines for antimicrobial prophylaxis in surgery recommend a cephamycin or cefazolin plus metronidazole for various abdominal surgeries. In February 2016, cephamycin… Expand
Feasibility of a Nurse‐Managed Pain, Agitation, and Delirium Protocol in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit
- Alan Rozycki, Andrew S. Jarrell, R. Kruer, S. Young, P. Mendez-Tellez
- Critical care nurse
- 1 December 2017
&NA; Background Society of Critical Care Medicine guidelines recommend the use of pain, agitation, and delirium protocols in the intensive care unit. The feasibility of nurse management of such… Expand
Evaluation of the Brief Alcohol Withdrawal Scale Protocol at an Academic Medical Center.
- Brian K. Lindner, V. Gilmore, +8 authors Andrew S. Jarrell
- Journal of addiction medicine
- 1 September 2019
OBJECTIVES The standard of care for treatment of alcohol withdrawal is symptom-triggered dosing of benzodiazepines using a withdrawal scale. Abbreviated scales are desired for clinician efficiency.… Expand