Evaluasi Medication Error pada Resep Dokter Spesialis Anak Di Kota Sorong

  • Hadija Marasabessy Prodi Farmasi, STIKES Papua
  • Exaudian F Lerebulan Prodi Farmasi, STIKES Papua
Keywords: Medication error; prescribing; transcribing; dispensing; administrasing

Abstract

Medication errors are incidents that are detrimental to patients due to the use of drugs during the treatment of health workers, which can actually be prevented. Special Purpose To determine the percentage of medication errors in the prescribing, trans- distribution and dispensing phases as well as in the process of using pediatrician prescription drugs at 3 pharmacies in Sorong City. This research is a non-experimental type of research. The design used is cross sectional, which is the collection of variable data to get a picture of medication errors in the Prescrbing and dispensing phases in pediatrician patients whose prescriptions are at K24 Basuki Rahmat Pharmacy, Manyar Pharmacy and Tri Arga Pharmacy in Sorong City. The analysis was carried out descriptively, meaning that the data that had been obtained were then described objectively. From the results of the research that has been done it is known that prescription services at the prescribing, transcribing, dispensing and administrasing stages of pediatrician prescriptions in three pharmacies in Sorong City are, There was an incident of medication error in the prescrbing phase on the prescription of a specialist in Manyar pharmacy, Tri Arga pharmacy and K24 pharmacy in Sorong City, medication error occurred in the transcribing phase on the prescription of a specialist doctor at Manyar pharmacy, Tri Arga pharmacy and K24 pharmacy in Sorong City. There was no medication error in the dispensing phase on the prescription of a specialist doctor at Manyar pharmacy. , Tri Arga pharmacy and K24 pharmacy in Sorong City. There was an incident of medication error in the administration phase at the prescription of a specialist doctor at Manyar pharmacy, Tri Arga pharmacy and K24 pharmacy in Sorong City, suggestions are expected to further researchers to do more about medication error in the hospital with various types of cases and dosages kter with various scientific disciplines.

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Published
2021-10-25
How to Cite
Marasabessy, H., & Lerebulan, E. (2021). Evaluasi Medication Error pada Resep Dokter Spesialis Anak Di Kota Sorong. Window of Health : Jurnal Kesehatan, 4(04), 296-306. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.33368/woh.v4i04.543
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