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  1. ... was gathered (e.g., unit, service, education needed, adverse event), coded, and entered into a Microsoft Excel ® database. Data ...
  2. ... datasets from all relevant trials by protocol and coded adverse events hierarchically with the most specific and serious suicide- ...
  3. ... cleaning. For this study, medications involved in preventable adverse drug events were coded according to the American Hospital Formulary Service pharmacologic- ...
  4. ... of patients and 20% of independent researchers who coded the recorded consultations agreed. There was better agreement about unknown adverse events and the voluntary nature of trial enrollment. Patient ...
  5. ... and an E code for the same drug event was coded (e.g., diagnosis code 960.0, Penicillin poisoning; and external cause of injury code E930.00, Adverse effect of penicillin, were coded on the same ...
  6. ... this indicator included a variety of dosage complications, coded as E873.x. These complications do not include failure in dosage of a medicinal substance, or accidental poisoning. Adverse drug events are difficult to ascertain from administrative data. Panelists ...
  7. ... a novel method for capturing adverse and potential adverse events within an ... Responses were coded by type of incident, consequences for the patient, ...
  8. ... patients had experienced adverse drug events. Of these adverse events, 25 to 75 ... coded medication packaging, unit-dose medication distribution, bedside scanning ...
  9. ... codes that are most likely to represent preventable adverse events are also ... on ICD-9-CM coded complications that are likely to reflect medical errors ...
  10. ... a different size for different gases and color-coded. Storage and identification of portable gases ... adverse events Bar-coding, unit doses at point of service, ...
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