Review: Current drug error interventions show limited efficacy

04/14/2014 |

Some interventions designed to address medication administration errors are associated with lower error rates and fewer dose interruptions, according to a meta-analysis. However, the review of research suggests most interventions have limited efficacy and more research is needed to find the best way of preventing errors, according to the report in the British Medical Journal for Quality & Safety.

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