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Evaluasi Drug Related Problems (DRPs) Pengobatan Demam Berdarah Dengue (DBD) Pasien Pediatri di Instalation Rawat Inap RSI PKU Muhammadiyah Pekajangan Tahun 2018
Pengarang : Evi Dianah, Ainun Muthoharoh, M.farm.,apt, Siti Rofiq
Kata Kunci   :DHF, Drug Related Problems (DRPs), Pediatrics, Hospitalization
DHF is a viral infection that is transmitted through the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito. Treatment that can be given to patients is through supportive and symptomatic therapy. But there are still medication errors or Drug Related Problems (DRPs) related to the treatment of DHF patients. This study aims to evaluate the Drug Related Problems (DRPs) of Pediatric DHF treatment at the inpatient installation of PKU Muhammadiyah Hospital in 2018. This study is a retrospective type of non-experimental qualitative research with total sampling technique. There are 50 patients with pediatric DHF samples based on consideration of inclusion criteria. Data obtained then analyzed descriptively. The results of this study showed that the most pediatric patients who experienced dengue cases were male patients (52%) with the age group of children (3-12 years) as much (70%) and the most common comorbidities were febris paratypi (32 , 5%) and ARI (25%). The results of evaluation of Drug Related Problems (DRPs) that occur in patients with pediatrics include proper diagnosis (92%), exact indication (92%), exact medication (100%), exact dosage (40%), right route of administration (96%), exact time interval of administration (34%) and exact duration of administration (82%). Based on the results of the above data, the most frequent occurrence of DRPs in this study is the inaccuracy of doses and the time interval of administration of all cases of DRPs.
|Organisasi||STIKES Muhammadiyah Pekajangan Pekalongan|
|Alamat||Jl. Raya Ambokembang No. 8 Kedungwuni Pekalongan|