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BACKGROUND The frequency of drug prescription errors is high. Excluding errors in decision making, the remaining are mainly due to order ambiguity, non standard nomenclature and writing illegibility. The aim of this study is to analyse, as a part of a continuous quality improvement program, the quality of prescriptions writing for antibiotics, in an Italian… (More)
Clinical and organizational guidelines in university hospitals: a model for classification and analysis of hospital records.
A 12-year experience with 154 laparosplenectomies for Hodgkin's lymphoma is reported. In 92 patients the clinical staging was confirmed, in 48 it was worsened, while in 14 it was improved. Therefore it is concluded that laparosplenectomy is still necessary for a proper assessment of clinical staging as well as for a correct therapeutic approach and… (More)