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Prevalence of adverse drug interactions: a systematic review

  • At: 2016 FIP Congress in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: NATASHA GONZAGA DE ANDRADE SANTOS, Tâmara (Federal University of Sergipe, Sergipe, Brazil, Laboratory of Teaching and Research in Social Pharmacy (LEPFS), São Cristóvão, Brazil)
  • Co-author(s): Alfredo Dias De Oliveira Filho:Laboratory of Teaching and Research in Social Pharmacy (LEPFS),Federal University of Sergipe,São Cristóvão,Brazil;School of Nursery and Pharmacy (ESENFAR),Federal University of Alagoas,Maceió,Brazil|Tâmara Natasha Gonzaga De Andrade Santos:Laboratory of Teaching and Research in Social Pharmacy (LEPFS),Federal University of Sergipe,São Cristóvão,Brazil|Lais das Neves Silva:School of Nursery and Pharmacy (ESENFAR),Federal University of Alagoas,Maceió,Brazil|Aline Santana Goes:Laboratory of Teaching and Research in Social Pharmacy (LEPFS),Federal University of Sergipe,São Cristóvão,Brazil|Raiene Oliveira Amaral:Laboratory of Teaching and Research in Social Pharmacy (LEPFS),Federal University of Sergipe,São Cristóvão,Brazil|Janiely Sany Santos:Laboratory of Teaching and Research in Social Pharmacy (LEPFS),Federal University of Sergipe,São Cristóvão,Brazil|Divaldo Pereira de Lyra Júnior:Laboratory of Teaching and Research in Social Pharmacy (LEPFS),Federal University of Sergipe,São Cristóvão,Brazil
  • Abstract:

    Fatigue alerts represent a common problem in which clinicians are exposed to an overwhelming number of both relevant and irrelevant alerts. This implies in information overload, leading to more frequent overrides of both appropriate and clinically irrelevant alerts. This problem is particularly evident in drug–drug interaction (DDI) alerts.

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Last update 4 October 2019

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