hospital formulary

hos·pi·tal for·mu·lar·y

a continually revised compilation of approved pharmaceuticals, plus important ancillary information, which reflects the current clinical judgment of the institution's medical staff.
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hospital formulary

Therapeutics The drugs and therapeutics available in a particular hospital; agents included in the HF are at the discretion of the appropriate parties on the medical staff in conjunction with the hospital pharmacy department
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

hos·pi·tal for·mu·lar·y

(hospi-tăl fōrmyū-lar-ē)
Continually revised compilation of approved pharmaceuticals, plus important ancillary information, which reflects the current clinical judgment of the institution's medical staff.
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The Minister added that dedicated pharmacy for cardiology patients is established and this will facilitate patients as well as their attendants to get the relevant medicines in the light of hospital formulary from the pharmacy without any additional efforts.
From each of the eight hospitals, the hospital formulary was collected, after the permission of the hospital authority.
We believe that Cumberland's track record of successfully marketing and selling hospital-based products combined with VIBATIV's existing base of hospital formulary inclusions positions them to drive commercial success for VIBATIV as a flagship product and ensures the important therapeutic benefits of VIBATIV reach as many patients as possible," stated Rick Winningham, chairman and CEO at Theravance.
c) Unrestricting antimicrobials on hospital formulary
And no, I do not own stock in pharmaceutical companies; escitalopram (not citalopram) is the one that the hospital formulary offers, and, in my experience, seems to have minimal side effects (agitation, blurred vision, diarrhea, insomnia, drowsiness, dry mouth, fever, frequent urination, headache, indigestion, nausea, change in appetite, sexual dysfunction, and weight change), including hepatotoxicity and hyponatremia.
BMJ Best Practice provides basic drug information content from American Hospital Formulary Service (AHFS) Drug Essentials, published by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, for US end users, and from Martindale Complete Drug Reference, published by Wolters Kluwer Health, for Canadian and international subscriptions.
Studies were included standard drug compendia such as the BNF, the Vidal, the Micromedex[R] (Drug-Reax) program, the Drug Interactions Facts, the US Pharmacopeia Drug Information, the American Hospital Formulary Service Drug Information (AHFS), Stockley's Drug Interactions, Hansten's Drug Interactions Analysis and Management, German Summary of Product Characteristics (SmPCs), in printed or electronical form.
A typical hospital formulary may contain approximately 2,700 medications, about 4.4% of which are hazardous (by law) and about 5% are controlled substances (addictive, harmful).
The one-day seminar was organized by Pakistan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (PSHP) at a local hotel here on Saturday which included training workshop entitled Role of Pharmacist in Hospital Formulary Decision Making.
KARACHI, December 15, 2011 (Frontier Star): The Pakistan Society of Health-System Pharmacists is organizing a 3rd Training Workshop of Pharmacists to be held on Saturday, December 17, 2011 at 10: 00 am at Zaver Hall, Hotel Pearl Continental, Karachi, the theme of the workshop is "Role of Pharmacist in Hospital Formulary Decision Making".
Placement on a hospital formulary may initially be conditional.

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