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Campaign for prevention of medication errors caused by phonetic or spelling similarity in the names of medicines

  • At: 2005 FIP Congress in Cairo (Egypt)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: CAPILLA, Pedro (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, Madrid, Spain)
  • Co-author(s): Abad (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Amaro (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    De Ancos (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Arteta (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Barrio (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Buil (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Carbonell (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Fuentes (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Herradón (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Hidalgo (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Jimenez (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Linaza (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Lopez (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Motero (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Otero (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Peña (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
    Raposo (General Spanish Council of pharmacists, MADRID, Spain)
  • Abstract:





    In 2003, the General Spanish Council of Pharmacists, via its National Memberships of Hospital Pharmacy and Comunity Pharmacy and with the collaboration of the ISMP-Spain, started up the campaign for prevention of medication errors caused by similarity in the names of medicines.

    OBJECTIVE

    To promote and develop strategies and recommendations..

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Last update 4 October 2019

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