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Drug-related problems among chronic kidney disease patients: a clinical pharmacist led study

Author: DANIEL ROY, IBRAHIM SHANFAR, PRADEEP SHENOY, SHARAD CHAND, NANDAKUMAR UP, BHARATH RAJ KC
Abstract: Objective: This study was conducted to identify and characterize drug-related problems among chronic kidney disease patients. Methodology: A six months prospective observational study was conducted in a tertiary care teaching hospital to categorize drug-related problems based on Pharmaceutical Care Network Classification V8.02. Results: During the study, 2239 medication orders were reviewed and the most common drug-related problem was found belonging to the category of P2.1, namely adverse event (possibly) occurring and the most frequent cause contributing to drug-related problems was inappropriate combination of drugs, category C 1.4. Conclusion: This study uncovered a high rate of drug-related problems faced by chronic kidney disease patients and it’s understood that pharmacists can contribute in providing better clinical outcomes by implementing optimal pharmaceutical care.
Keyword: Chronic Kidney Disease, Clinical Pharmacist, Drug-related problem, Kidney disease, Pharmaceutical Care Network Europe classification
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.017
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