Clinical Pharmacy Interventions in Paediatric Electronic Prescriptions

Study from the Netherlands showing that pharmacists in a children’s hospital had to correct 1577 (1.1%) of 138449 prescriptions. The biggest category of corrections concerned wrong doses (45%). It is worth noting that the electronic system used to create the prescriptions did not actually provide dosing decision support.

Maat 2013 (Arch Dis Child) | PubMed 23184352 | Author Search
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