Aug 1, 1977

Antimicrobial drug use monitoring by a hospital pharmacy

American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy
C W Greenlaw

Abstract

An antimicrobial drug use monitoring program which also provides clinical pharmacy services in a 635-bed hospital is described. The program includes culture sensitivity monitoring, antimicrobial use monitoring, aminoglycoside monitoring, physician consultation and reporting of results to the medical staff. It requires 34 hours of pharmacist time per month, at an estimated annual cost of #4,100.

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Aminoglycoside [EPC]
Aminoglycosides
Pharmacy Service, Hospital
Monitoring, Physiologic
Microbicides
Culture Sensitivity
Drug Utilization
Utilization Review

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