José-Ignacio Herrero-Herrero

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BACKGROUND Medication errors most commonly occur at the time of medication prescribing and particularly at the moment of the transitions of care. The objectives of this study were to identify and characterize the discrepancies between the physicians' discharge medication orders and the medication lists at admission obtained by an internal medicine(More)
Amoxicillin–clavulanate is the most common drug involved in drug-induced liver injury and the single most frequently prescribed product leading to hospitalization for drug-induced liver disease in Spain. The liver damage most frequently associated with amoxicillin–clavulanate is cholestasic type. The latency period between first intake and onset of symptoms(More)
BACKGROUND Satisfaction with treatment is considered a relevant factor for assessing results in clinical practice. However, when assessing satisfaction in dependent patients, the opinion of their caregivers becomes crucial, since implicit in satisfaction is the degree of caregiver involvement, of adherence to treatment, and lastly of better care of these(More)
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