Skrining resep antiepilepsi pediatri yang berpotensi menimbulkan medication error di Poliklinik Rumah Sakit Pemerintah Kota Jambi

  • Yuliawati Yuliawati Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Harapan Ibu Jambi
  • Rasmala Dewi Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Harapan Ibu Jambi
  • Atikahwati Atikahwati Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Harapan Ibu Jambi

Abstract

Epilepsy is a chronic seizure disorder with recurrent seizures happen by itself, requiring long-term treatment. The prevalence of epilepsy more common in children. The management of epilepsy using drugs with a narrow therapeutic index, among which valproic acid and phenytoin so little excessive doses, it can cause toxic. Epilepsy drugs in children need special attention due to the child's organs were not functioning perfectly. Some studies suggest that the recipes are incomplete causes  error treatment  (medication errors) that harm patients. Based on that, we need to study the completeness of prescription drugs in the pediatric outpatient epilepsy with potential medication errors in a government hospital in Jambi. Prospective data collection during the months of February to May 2015 and presented descriptively. Results: Prescribing error of 56.67%, transcribing error of 0%, 0% error dispensing, and administering error of 0%. Prescribing error include less dose by 40%. Completeness of recipes according KEPMENKES RI NO 1027 / Menkes / SK / IX / 2004, which could potentially lead to medication errors that do not include the age of 13.33% and address, gender and weight respectively of 100%. Medication error is the case is related to the process of prescribing doses and completeness (does not include the doctor’s name, gender, weight and age.

Published
2021-01-07
How to Cite
YULIAWATI, Yuliawati; DEWI, Rasmala; ATIKAHWATI, Atikahwati. Skrining resep antiepilepsi pediatri yang berpotensi menimbulkan medication error di Poliklinik Rumah Sakit Pemerintah Kota Jambi. Tropharm (Trobosan Pharmacy), [S.l.], v. 1, n. 2, jan. 2021. Available at: <http://jurnal.stikes-hi.ac.id/index.php/tropharm/article/view/475>. Date accessed: 01 dec. 2022.