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SAJEM. 2018; 1(1): 38-39

Audit of Drug Prescription Errors in the Emergency Department of a Tertiary Care Hospital

Aniqa Bano, Maqsood Ahmad, Farah Qayyum.

Medication errors are frequent in the emergency department (ED). The unique operating characteristics of the ED may exacerbate their rate and severity. They are associated with variable clinical outcomes that range from inconsequential to death. This audit was aimed to see the frequency and nature of medication errors so that the process can then be improved.

Key words: Drug prescription, Errors, Emergency Department

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