Drugs with narrow therapeutic index as indicators in the risk management of hospitalised patients

@inproceedings{Blix2010DrugsWN,
  title={Drugs with narrow therapeutic index as indicators in the risk management of hospitalised patients},
  author={Hege Salvesen Blix and Kirsten Kilvik Viktil and Tron Anders Moger and Aasmund Reikvam},
  booktitle={Pharmacy practice},
  year={2010}
}
UNLABELLED Drugs with narrow therapeutic index (NTI-drugs) are drugs with small differences between therapeutic and toxic doses. The pattern of drug-related problems (DRPs) associated with these drugs has not been explored. OBJECTIVE To investigate how, and to what extent drugs, with a narrow therapeutic index (NTI-drugs), as compared with other drugs, relate to different types of drug-related problems (DRPs) in hospitalised patients. METHODS Patients from internal medicine and rheumatology… CONTINUE READING
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