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Journal Article > Review
Maaskant JM, Vermeulen H, Apampa B, et al. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2015;3:CD006208.
Exploring the literature on efforts to reduce medication errors in hospitalized children, this systematic review examined five interventions, including introduction of computerized provider order entry systems, clinical pharmacist participation in the frontline care team, and implementation of barcode medication administration systems. Although the interventions showed some success, none of the studies found a significant reduction in patient harm.
Journal Article > Study
Maat B, Au YS, Bollen CW, van Vught AJ, Egberts TC, Rademaker CM. Arch Dis Child. 2013;98:222-227.
Pharmacists frequently had to intervene to prevent medication errors in a children's hospital, despite the presence of a computerized provider order entry system.