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Benjamin L, Frush K, Shaw K, et al. Ann Emerg Med. 2018;71:e17-e24.
Emergency departments harbor conditions that can hinder safe medication administration for pediatric patients. This policy statement identifies and prioritizes improvements such as implementing kilogram-only weight-based dosing, involving pharmacists in frontline emergency care, and utilizing computerized provider order entry and clinical decision support systems.
Belderson KM, Billett AL. J Oncol Pract. 2017;64:e26484.
Administration errors involving chemotherapeutic agents can result in patient harm. This set of standards provides guidance to help ensure reliable use of these high-alert medications for both adult and pediatric patients. Components of the revised standards are expanded to include two-person verification, vinca alkaloid mini-bag administration, and labeling enhancements for home-based chemotherapy.
Guenter P, Boullata JI, Ayers P, et al. Nutr Clin Pract. 2015;30:570-6.
Parenteral nutrition has the potential to result in patient harm if administered or prepared incorrectly. This commentary builds on a set of overarching recommendations to define competencies that enable the safe prescribing and delivery of parenteral nutrition. The model is designed to help organizations apply the suggestions in their particular care environments.
Goldspiel B, Hoffman JM, Griffith NL, et al. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2015;72:e6-e35.
The American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists developed these guidelines to apply medication safety best practices to the delivery of chemotherapy and biotherapy agents. These recommendations include sets of specific actions for the overall health care system and for frontline providers.