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CH 7 Essen of Pharm

Key Terms

TermDefinition
Documentation of drug administration Recording medication given to a pt in pt's medical record. Includes: dose, time, route, & or location of injection
Medication Errors Reporting program MERS The USP established Medication Errors Reporting program
Medication Reconciliation Method used to compare what the pt is taking with what the pt's physician ordered. Performed every time there is a change in the pt's care.
Reporting of medication errors Notifying the FDA of serious adverse events or product quality problems Associated with medications. (MEDWATCH)
Responsibilities of drug administration Duty to administer drugs safely and accurately
Six "Rights" of Medication Administration Guidelines for giving medication include the RIGHT: medication, amount, time, route, patient, documentation
MEDWATCH FDA program and form to assist the voluntary and confidential notification of serious adverse events or product quality problems associated with medications, medical devices, or nutritional products regulated by the FDA
Created by: jennihammond