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Main arrow Archive of previous Issues arrow ╣2 2016 (48) arrow QUALITY OF MEDICATON MANAGEMENT IN SURGICAL TB TREATMENT
QUALITY OF MEDICATON MANAGEMENT IN SURGICAL TB TREATMENT Print
Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Skornyakov S.N., Lugovkina T.K., Egorov E.A., Golubeva L.A., Sharapova M.V.
Ural Research Institute for Phthisiopulmonology, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Ekaterinburg

Contacts: Tatyana Lugovkina, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Abstract. Significance of this study is based on the need to minimize risks of drug interaction during TB surgical interventions especially in multimorbid patients that require continuous medication. One way to reduce risks of drug interaction is controlled medication load, i.e. medication management.

The purpose of the study was to design a model for quality medication management of TB surgical patients at the perioperative period.

Material and methods. Clinical and pharmacological audit of medication prescriptions for TB surgical patients in pulmonary surgery and bones and joints TB departments was carried out. Clinical pharmacologist analyzed charts of 72 patients. The subjects for analysis were prescriptions to TB surgical patients during the perioperative period, including: premedication, peri-surgical antibiotic and thromboembolia prophylaxis, post-surgery analgesia, additional medication management of multimorbid patients.

Results. The study shows that 83% of patients at the TB surgical department had multimorbid clinical status and needed additional pharmacotherapy. Polypharmacotherapy was registered in 100% of cases. The share of polypragmasy (administration of medications that do not interact excluding drugs for basic TB modes) in such patients equaled to 70%.

Compliance with clinical guidelines for antibiotic prophylaxis added up to 48%. Compliance with post-surgery analgesia guidelines equaled to 60%. There were no standard guidelines for perioperative medication management in multimorbid TB surgical patients.

Conclusion. Quality of TB perioperative medication needs improvement through introducing rules of medication management and monitoring over compliance with antibiotic prophylaxis and post-surgery analgesia guidelines.

Key words: quality; medication management; perioperative period; phthisiology.

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