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Jean-Christophe Mercier, Nina Droz, Clara Bourgade, Audrey Vizeneux, Marie Cotillon, Thibault de Groc
The vast majority of medicines have been developed for adults. Consequently, the prescribing of medicines for children must take into account their pharmacodynamic characteristics and must be calculated individually according to the degree of prematurity, the age, the weight or body area and the clinical condition. Medication errors are the most common type of medical errors, notably in children, due to dosage errors or prescribtion of inappropriate medicines. The best way to avoid them lies in the use of prescribing software, the involvement of pharmacists in care units, and proper communication between prescribing doctors, caregivers, pharmacists and families...
May 2016: Soins. Pédiatrie, Puériculture
K Svabík, J Krhut, V Finsterle, A Martan
INTRODUCTION: Overactive bladder is chronic disease with high prevalence rate (9-42%). This syndrome requires longterm therapy but the persistence of this treatment in comparison with other chronic diseases as diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis etc. is low. Accorging many studies the persistence variability is high and could be influenced by regional circumstanses. We desided to analyze real situation in parasympatolytics persitance in two years period in Czech Republic based on registry of health insurance company...
June 2013: Ceská Gynekologie
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