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Evaluation of the Contribution of Clinical Pharmacists: Inpatient Care and Cost Reduction
Clinical pharmacists in this study hospital reported 1027 interventions in patient drug therapy over two time periods of three and two weeks, respectively. These interventions were subjected to selfExpand
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A Model for Inpatient Clinical Pharmacy Practice and Reimbursement
The development and expansion of clinical pharmacy over the past 15 years have resulted in several debates. One debate that was very lively in the late 1970s concerned proper reimbursement forExpand
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An update on ready-to-use intravenous delivery systems.
The advent of ready-to-use intravenous (IV) delivery systems, particularly small-volume parenterals less than 250 mL has contributed greatly to pharmacy and patient care. Since their introduction inExpand
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Immunology of Adverse Drug Reactions
Adverse reactions to drugs often include an immunologic response. An understanding of immunologic mechanisms is useful in understanding the clinical manifestations of drug allergy. PredisposingExpand
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Patient care contributions of clinical pharmacists in four ambulatory care clinics.
This study investigates both cost-avoidance and improvement in the quality of care and patient outcome attributed to pharmacist intervention in four ambulatory care clinics. Four clinical pharmacistsExpand
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Drug regimen review in skilled nursing facilities by consulting clinical pharmacists.
The organization and operational methods of clinical pharmacists providing contractual pharmaceutical services in skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) are described, and the use of a model toidentifyExpand
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Development and implementation of a strategic-planning process at a university hospital.
The development and implementation of a long-range strategic plan for the pharmacy department at a university hospital is described. Because of rapidly occurring changes in health-care delivery,Expand
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Developing a patient education program in the community pharmacy.
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Effect of pharmacist consultation on rational antimicrobial therapy.
The incidence of rational decisions concerning antimicorbial therapy before and after the establishment of clinical pharmaceutical services in a hospital was compared. A protocol was designed toExpand
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