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OBJECTIVE This study sets out to identify, compare and evaluate the medication errors of a manual prescribing system and an electronic prescribing system during the prescription and transcription phases. METHOD A prospective study of two clinical in-patient units (pneumology and infectious diseases) in one general hospital. Two phases were studied; before(More)
OBJECTIVE To review medicines pregnancy category and establish the degree of conformity between the two systems more used: FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and ACPM (advisory Committee on Prescription Medicines). METHODS drugs used in most frequent pathologies during pregnancy have been selected and found its pregnancy category according to FDA and(More)
OBJECTIVE To detect and analyze adverse drug reactions (ADR) leading to emergency room visits in our hospital, as well as their severity and outcome, and medications most commonly involved, from selected alerting diagnoses. METHOD A retrospective study for the period from January 2003 to December 2004, where all reports by the emergency department(More)
Integrated and shared information systems allow obtaining a high degree of information about processes, costs and outcomes, and considerably reducing prescription errors. Assisted electronic prescription, in the setting of total parenteral nutrition, integrated with other hospital databases and with the hospital drugs management system, is a tool that(More)
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