Focusing on Medication Errors Related to High Alert Medication

The goal of this research was to compare the trend of medication errors caused by high alert medications before and after the implementation of revised high alert medication strategies. Methods: From January to April 2017, data on medication errors was collected, and high alert medicines were found to be the source of medication errors. The rate of high-alert drug errors was analysed and determined. Develop and re-implement techniques in the medication management process. Methods: From January to April 2017, data on medication errors was collected, and medication errors induced by high alert medicines were detected. The rate of high-alert drug errors was studied and determined. Develop and re-implement techniques in the medicine administration procedure. Data on high-alert medication errors was collected from May to August 2017. The incidence and severity of high-alert drug mistakes were calculated. The frequency of high alert medication mistakes was dramatically reduced after developing and implementing a high alert medication mistake avoidance plan. Conclusion: It has been demonstrated that the suggested techniques for preventing high-alert medication errors reduce high-alert medication errors. However, the high prevalence of warning medication errors should be continuously monitored, and solutions should be examined for efficacy on a regular basis.

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Nipul Kapadia
Apollo Hospitals International Limited, Ahmadabad, India.

Sachin Raval
Apollo Hospitals International Limited, Ahmadabad, India.

Parag Gadhave
Apollo Hospitals International Limited, Ahmadabad, India.

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