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prescribing

 [pre-skrīb´ing]
making a prescription.
medication prescribing in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as prescribing medication for a health problem.

prescribing

The ordering of the use of a medicine or other treatment.
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KEYWORDS: Potentially inappropriate medication, Potential prescribing omissions, PRISCUS list, STOPP/START criteria, Ambulatory elderly.
[3] The recent MCI guidelines for drug prescribing demands for drug as well as drug details are to be written in capital letters along with the pharmacy (where the drug is dispensed) details.
In Professor Nissen's view, nurse prescribing is about "putting patients across the whole sector with health professionals who can assist with the management of their medications."
The communication competency already considered a part of physiotherapy could be expanded to Include communication with colleagues about de-/prescribing In the context of the prescribing competencies, requiring the Integration of prescribing competencies Into usual physiotherapy practice.
31, 2013, as well as Medicare Part D prescribing data for 2013.
There were no proper patterns for prescribing analgesics.
Thus, it is evident that the polypharmacy and over prescribing are common in India.
The highest prescribing states in 2011, Kentucky and West Virginia, had a rate more than twice that of the lowest prescribing state (Alaska).
Today, many e-prescribing systems still are struggling to handle the specific requirement needed to handle the electronic prescribing of controlled substances, including pain medications used by LTC organizations.
In 2011 a project to trial diabetes nurse specialist prescribing was implemented.
Nurse prescribing first came about following the Cumberlege Report, Neighbourhood Nursing: A Focus For Care (Cumberlege, 1986), which recommended that nurses should be able to prescribe from a limited formulary.