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Adverse drug event-related admissions to a pediatric emergency unit.

Carvalho IV, de Sousa VM, Visacri MB, et al. Adverse drug event-related admissions to a pediatric emergency unit. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2021;37(4):e152-e158. doi: 

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April 14, 2021
Carvalho IV, Sousa VM de, Visacri MB, et al. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2021;37(4):e152-e158.

This study sought to determine the rate of pediatric emergency department (ED) visits due to adverse drug events (ADE). Of 1,708 pediatric patients, 12.3% were admitted to the ED due to ADEs, with the highest rates of admission due to neurological, dermatological, and respiratory medications. The authors recommend the involvement of clinical pharmacists to prevent and identify ADEs in the pediatric population, particularly through education of children’s caregivers and health professionals.

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Carvalho IV, de Sousa VM, Visacri MB, et al. Adverse drug event-related admissions to a pediatric emergency unit. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2021;37(4):e152-e158. doi: