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Medications used in pediatric cystic fibrosis population

Stella Pegoraro Alves ORCID logo , Márcia de Azevedo Frank ORCID logo , Denise Bueno ORCID logo

DOI: 10.31744/einstein_journal/2018AO4212

ABSTRACT Objective To describe the drug utilization profile used by pediatric cystic fibrosis patients. Methods A transversal study comprising the analysis of records and interviews with caregivers of pediatric patient in a reference center of Southern Brazil. We collected information about patients’ clinical condition, medication used and household therapy. Results Out of 78 patients participating in the study, prevailing characteristics were: female, self-declared white color, mutation F508del and countryside resident. Forty-three patients had health monitoring exclusively in the hospital’s outpatient […]

Pharmacotherapeutic follow-up in a respiratory intensive care unit: description and analysis of results

Ana Carolina de Souza e Silva, Domingos Sávio de Carvalho Sousa, Eunice Bobô de Carvalho Perraud, Fátima Rosane de Almeida Oliveira, Bruna Cristina Cardoso Martins

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082018AO4112

ABSTRACT Objective: To describe and evaluate the pharmacotherapeutic follow-up by a clinical pharmacist in an intensive care unit. Methods: A descriptive and cross-sectional study carried out from August to October 2016. The data were collected through a form, and pharmacotherapeutic follow-up conducted by a clinical pharmacist at the respiratory intensive care unit of a tertiary hospital. The problems recorded in the prescriptions were quantified, classified and evaluated according to severity; the recommendations made by the pharmacist were analyzed considering the […]

Patient safety and the value of pharmaceutical intervention in a cancer hospital

Karina da Silva Aguiar, Jamile Machado dos Santos, Mônica Cristina Cambrussi, Solane Picolotto, Marcela Bechara Carneiro

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082018AO4122

ABSTRACT Objective To demonstrate economic impact of pharmaceutical evaluation in detection and prevention of errors in antineoplastic prescriptions. Methods This was an observational and retrospective study performed in a cancer hospital. From July to August 2016 pharmacists checked prescriptions of antineoplastic and adjuvant drugs. Drug-related problems observed were classified and analyzed concerning drug, pharmaceutical intervention, acceptability and characteristic of the error. In case of problem related to dose, we calculated a deviation percentage related with correct dose and value spent […]