Electronic Pharmaceutical Record Used for Medication Reconciliation by a Pharmacist Associated to the Anesthesiologist Consultation
This trial is active, not recruiting.
|Condition||electronic health records|
|Treatment||dp medication reconciliation|
|Sponsor||University Hospital, Grenoble|
|Start date||April 2014|
|End date||October 2015|
|Trial size||1076 participants|
|Trial identifier||NCT02071472, DCIC 13 16|
The objective is to evaluate the impact of an electronic pharmaceutical record used for medication reconciliation by a pharmacist associated to the anesthesiologist consultation
medication reconciliation by a pharmacist using an electronic pharmaceutical record before the anesthesiologist consultation for planned surgery patients. The clinical pharmacist communicates the recommendations regarding the drug therapy to the anesthesiologist orally and using a specific formulary.
Conventional anesthesiologist consultation for planned surgery patients.
|Intervention model||parallel assignment|
|Primary purpose||health services research|
Number of participants with a potential or documented adverse drug event collected by using trigger tool method
time frame: within the first 30 days after surgery
Number of medications reported by the anesthesiologist in the medical record
time frame: winthin 2 to 4 weeks between anesthesiogist consultation and surgery
Male or female participants at least 18 years old.
- patient coming for anesthetics consultation before a planned surgery
- age above18
- available electronic pharmaceutical record (DP)
- at least one medication prescribed before hospital admission
- Minor patients ou majors protected by law
- Not speaking French patient
- Person who are not free by law or administrative decision
|Official title||Evaluation of the Impact of an Electronic Pharmaceutical Record Used for Medication Reconciliation by a Pharmacist Associated to the Anesthesiologist Consultation|
|Description||Anesthesiology consultation is mandatory in France for planned surgery. It is part of the concept of anesthesia safety. The main goal is to assess the anesthetic and surgical risk including clinical and drug features likely to interfere with the anesthesia. The medication reconciliation is a central part of this consultation especially in order to assess the allergic risk and hemostasis disorders. However, access to comprehensive and reliable data concerning the consumption of health products by the patient represents a major challenge. The "Dossier Pharmaceutique" (DP) is an electronic pharmaceutical record including medications (prescribed medications, over the counter medications, complementary and alternative medicines) delivered by community pharmacists over a four month period. Hospital pharmacists have access to the DP of hospitalized patients in order to improve the quality of the medication reconciliation. These informations regarding medication of the patients will be shared with anesthesiologists.|
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