Silvia Manrique-Rodríguez

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To assess the main differences in clinical significance of the prescribing errors intercepted by clinical pharmacists in paediatrics and obstetrics and the reasons for these prescribing errors, as well as the differences in pharmacists’ activity indicators. The was a cross-sectional epidemiological study analysing the activities of paediatric pharmacists in(More)
Patient safety is a matter of major concern that involves every health professional. Nowadays, emerging technologies such as smart pumps can diminish medication errors as well as standardise and improve clinical practice with the subsequent benefits for patients. The aim of this paper was to describe the smart pump implementation process in a paediatric(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze the cost effectiveness of implementing smart infusion pump technology in a pediatric intensive care unit (PICU). MATERIAL AND METHODS An observational, prospective, intervention study with analytical components was carried out. A drug library was developed and integrated into the Carefusion Alaris Guardrails® infusion systems. A(More)
INTRODUCTION The implementation of smart pump technology can reduce the incidence of errors in the administration of intravenous drugs. This approach involves developing drug libraries for specific units and setting hard and soft limits for each drug. If a programming error occurs and these limits are exceeded, an alarm sounds and the infusion can be(More)
BACKGROUND The most serious medication errors occur during intravenous administration. The potential consequences are more serious the more critical and younger the patient. Smart pumps can help to prevent infusion-related programming errors, thanks to associated dose-limiting software known as "drug library". Drug libraries alert the user if pre-determined(More)
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