drug chart

drug chart

An A4-sized page kept at the bedside of an inpatient or retained with the patient’s medical records at the nursing station at NHS hospitals, which provides a running log of the medications ordered by the caring doctor(s) or, in nursing homes, by the prescribing health professional.
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The patient is encouraged to drink fluids in recovery, and receives regular effective analgesia and antiemetics from a preprinted, standardized drug chart.
But a junior doctor accidentally missed the medication, designed to reduce the danger of blood clots, off his drug chart when she copied it up several days later.
However, they were accidentally missed off his drug chart at University Hospital, Walsgrave, an inquest heard.
But the research, by Sunderland University, revealed that at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Gateshead, 74% of patients with a history of allergic reactions to drugs had no record of it in their clinical notes or on their drug chart.
Look anywhere in America and you'll likely find a successful and innovative regional drug chart.
On one occasion she then covered her tracks by falsifying the signature of another member of staff on the drug chart.
In this article, the two classes of drugs currently approved by the Food and Drug Administration for treatment of Alzheimer's disease will be reviewed: the cholinesterase inhibitors (ChEls) and the single N-methyl-D-aspatate (NMDA) receptor antagonist, the drug memantine (Clip and Save Drug Chart, 2009).
A total of 95 (26%) had a definitive record of a drug allergy in their clinical notes or on the drug chart, but 74% did not.
Senior house officer Dr Venkat Neelapala rewrote Mrs Swain's drug chart and did not consider the effects the painkiller was having without the side effect-countering drug.