8 edition of Standardizing medication labels found in the catalog.
Standardizing medication labels
Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Roundtable on Health Literacy.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Lyla M. Hernandez, rapporteur ; Roundtable on Health Literacy, Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.|
|Contributions||Hernandez, Lyla M., Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice.|
|LC Classifications||RS58 .I57 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||2008299694|
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Institute for Safe Medication Practices. Principles of designing a medication label for community and mail order pharmacy prescription packages [Internet]. [cited Mar 1] Institute of Medicine. Standardizing medication labels: confusing patients less, workshop summary [Internet]. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press; Cited by: 1. One communication method of particular importance involves prescription medication labels, which represent the very last line of instruction that either enables patients to take their medications properly or causes further confusion. 47 Long after patients have left the hospital, doctor’s office, or pharmacy and moments before patients Cited by: 1.
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Standardizing Medication Labels: Confusing Patients Less is the summary of a workshop, held in Washington, D.C. on Octothat was organized to examine what is known about how medication container labeling affects patient safety and to.
contents xv Tables Patient Misunderstanding of Medication Instructions, 15 Schedule for Taking Medications TID, QID, and BID, 16 Simplified Medication Schedule for TID, QID, and BID, 16 C-1 Primary Findings, 73 C-2 Physician-Written Prescriptions and Pharmacy Interpretations, 82 C-3 Description of Standards for an Enhanced Rx Standardizing medication labels book Label, 91 Figures Phaseâ factor matrix.
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Hernandez LM; Roundtable on Health Literacy; Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice; Institute of Medicine. Hernandez LM; Roundtable on Health Literacy; Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice; Institute of Medicine. Depicting how medication labels and instructions confuse patients, this report addresses ambulatory medication safety and offers recommendations on how to standardize.
size, poorly designed and visually cluttered labels, and inadequate warnings.1 In addition, similarities between medication names (i.e., look- and sound-alike names) and labels (i.e., look-alike packaging), as well as unsafe storage practices, have been cited as contributing to medication incidents and errors.
3,4 Coupled with research. NCPDP Recommendations and Guidance for Standardizing the Dosing Designations on Prescription Container Labels of Oral Liquid Medications Version March This paper provides the healthcare industry, in particular the pharmacy sector, with historical and background information on the patient risks associated with the dosing of liquidFile Size: KB.
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Get this from a library. Standardizing medication labels: confusing patients less: workshop summary. [Lyla M Hernandez; Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Roundtable on Health Literacy.] -- "Medications are an important component of health care, but each year their misuse results in over a million adverse drug events that lead to office and emergency room visits as well as.
Standardizing medication labels The Workshop Agenda The first part of the workshop consisted of four presentations designed to (1) describe problems in ambulatory care drug safety; (2) examine the role of health literacy in patient care; (3) present findings from the Ameri- can College of Physicians Foundation white paper on drug labeling; and (4) offer a proposal for standardization of drug labeling.
Like the nutrition labeling initiatives of the s, it is time that we demand change and work with key regulatory stakeholders in the area of public health law 6 to standardize safer drug labeling methods, as well as improve the availability of prefilled syringes to help prevent vial swap, and bar-coding techniques to help prevent syringe swap.
The use of standard dosing times, ‘morning, noon, evening, bedtime’, has been labelled the ‘universal medication schedule’. 10, 12 The use of standard dosing times is feasible for most drugs and is less confusing, more informative and makes it easier for patients to consolidate multiple medicines into fewer dosing times throughout the day.
4, 9Cited by: 1. Health care facilities should develop standardized procedures for safe medication practices in the OR. Elements of safe medication practices should include, but not be limited to, specification of methods for * verifying medication labels; * delivering medications to the sterile field.
certain human drug and biological products to have on their labels a linear bar code that contains, at a minimum, the drug’s NDC number (21 CFR ). The rule also requires the use of. The Department of Veterans Affairs introduced simpler standardized medication labels inwith clear directions at the top and the name of the drug in bold and highlighted in yellow.
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