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Wiley F. Drug Topics. August 2019;1633:16-18.
High-alert medications have the potential to cause serious patient harm if not administered correctly. Reporting on challenges to medication safety in the context of home, hospital, and cancer care, this news article recommends patient and health care professional education and support for collaboration with pharmacists as avenues for improvement.
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Porter E, Barcega B, Kim TY. West J Emerg Med. 2014;15:486-490.
This study evaluated medication errors made by emergency medicine trainees participating in a simulated resuscitation of a critically ill child. A medication error was committed in more than one quarter of simulations overall, but the presence of a clinical pharmacist during the resuscitation significantly reduced errors.