Polypharmacy is one of the leading cause of drug toxicity among patients and can turn into patient death sometimes. According to rational use of medicines standard on an average a new patient should not have more than 2-3 medicine prescribed maximum in first visit and for review patient maximum 1-2 added excluding changing existing ones. … Continue reading এক ব্যবস্থাপত্রে ১৯ ওষুধ, ব্যবস্থাপত্রে লেখা হচ্ছে অপ্রয়োজনীয় ওষুধ।
Medicines are one kinds of poisons for any living things untill it is needed to treat a specific disease condition in a living matter. Using medicines irrationally and inappropriately may harmful for any living matters, which may even life threatening. Pharmacists are the legal experts of synthesis, manufacturing, managing and dispensing of medicines with proper … Continue reading ওষুধকে হালকাভাবে নেবেন না (Do not treat medicines ordinarily)
Essential medicines were originally defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as those which: satisfy the needs of the majority of the population and therefohould be available at all times, in adequate amounts, in appropriate dorice the individual and community can afford. Development of the concept The idea of defining essential medicines – and establishing a list of … Continue reading FAQ 6: What are Essential Medicine? Why a country must have an Essential Medicines List (EML)?
Pharmacists are the most skilled personnel to deals with the innovation, research and development, manufacturing, storing, dispensing of medicines along with required information’s regarding medicines and it’s usage wherever applicable. To be able to perform all of these responsibilities a pharmacist must have appropriate knowledge on pharmaceutics, pharmacology, pharmacotherapeutic, toxicology information’s of medicines as well … Continue reading Scopes for Pharmacists in the Public Healthcare System of a Country
MOHAMMED YOUNUS, R.Ph. KEY WORDS: Hospital Pharmacy Practice, Good Pharmacy Practice (GPP), Hospital Formulary, Drugs & Therapeutic Committee (DTC), Prescription Screening, Prescription Error, Transcription Error, Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR’s), Dispensing Error, Emergency Crash Cart, I.V admixing, Ready to administer, Unit dose system, Patient Consultation, Drug Information, Drug utilization review (DUR), Rational use of medicines (RUD), … Continue reading AN OVERVIEW ON THE HOSPITAL PHARMACY SET-UP WITH THE ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES OF HOSPITAL PHARMACIST