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Development of clinical pharmacy services for intensive care units in Korea

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  • Development of clinical pharmacy services for intensive care units in Korea
  • Kim, Jeong Mee; Park, So Jin; Sohn, You Min; Lee, Young Mee; Yang, Catherine Seonghee; Gwak, Hye Sun; Lee, Byung Koo
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Title Development of clinical pharmacy services for intensive care units in Korea
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Kim, Jeong Mee; Park, So Jin; Sohn, You Min; Lee, Young Mee; Yang, Catherine Seonghee; Gwak, Hye Sun; Lee, Byung Koo

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Berlin, Germany : Springer Nature

Date 2014-01
Journal Title; Vol./Issue SpringerPlus:vol.3(no. 34)
Pages 7
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Health
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Objective To be utilized for the development of pharmacists’ intervention service by determining factors which affect pharmacists’ prescription interventions. Setting Patients who were admitted to intensive care units (ICUs) in internal medicine departments in Korea. Methods Data including age, gender, clinical departments, length of hospital stay, status of organ dysfunction, intervention status, frequently intervened drugs, and health care providers’ questions were prospectively collected in ICUs in the department of internal medicine in a tertiary teaching hospital from January to December, 2012. Main outcome measure Primary outcome was factors which affect pharmacists’ prescription interventions. Secondary outcomes included frequencies of the intervention, intervention acceptance rates, intervention issues, and frequently intervened drugs. Results A total of 1,213 prescription interventions were made for 445 patients (33.1%) of the 1,344 patients that were analyzed. Length of hospital stay was significantly longer for the group that needed pharmacists’ interventions (p < 0.001). (The rest omitted)