Rondell Jaggers

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STUDY OBJECTIVE We assess the impact of emergency department (ED) pharmacists on reducing potentially harmful medication errors. METHODS We conducted this observational study in 4 academic EDs. Trained pharmacy residents observed a convenience sample of ED pharmacists' activities. The primary outcome was medication errors recovered by pharmacists,(More)
Between 1969 and 1981, 61 patients with 85 popliteal vascular injuries were seen. In the nine patients who required amputation, common risk factors included (1) extensive time delays (greater than 36 hours) between injury and repair, (2) associated bone and soft-tissue injuries leading to postoperative wound infection. amd (3) early occlusion of popliteal(More)
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