Yıl: 2020 Cilt: 19 Sayı: 4 Sayfa Aralığı: 210 - 212 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.4274/eajem.galenos.2017.91885

Effect of Symptomatic Treatment Given to Patients Diagnosed with Upper Respiratory Tract Infection in Emergency Department to Prescription Drug Use

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Aim: This study aimed to investigate the effect of symptomatic treatment administered in the emergency department on the purchasingbehavior for prescribed medicines among patients diagnosed with an emergency upper respiratory tract infection (URTI).Materials and Methods: This retrospective study was conducted among patients admitted to the emergency department clinic of AtatürkUniversity in March 2016 who were discharged with a diagnosis of URTI. In total, 1,104 patients were included in the study. Using thepharmacy medulla system of the Turkish Social Security Institution, cases of patients taking prescriptions written to them were recorded. Dataentry and statistical analysis were performed using SPSS statistical data program.Results: A total of 1,104 patients were examined; of them, 553 received an intervention (50.09%), 543 (49.18%) received no intervention, andeight patients (0.72%) were identified as having missing data. It was determined that 336 (60.75%) of the patients receiving an interventionreceived a prescription written for them, whereas 207 (37.43%) did not.Conclusion: Patients who are discharged from the emergency service with a diagnosis of URI do not receive prescriptions that will help withtheir actual treatment if they received any interventional therapy on arrival.
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APA KOÇAK A, ÇALBAY A, BAYRAMOĞLU A, AKBAŞ İ, ÜNLÜ A, SEVİL H, KATİPOĞLU B (2020). Effect of Symptomatic Treatment Given to Patients Diagnosed with Upper Respiratory Tract Infection in Emergency Department to Prescription Drug Use. Eurasian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 19(4), 210 - 212. 10.4274/eajem.galenos.2017.91885
Chicago KOÇAK Abdullah Osman,ÇALBAY Ayça,BAYRAMOĞLU Atıf,AKBAŞ İlker,ÜNLÜ Alpaslan,SEVİL Hülya,KATİPOĞLU Burak Effect of Symptomatic Treatment Given to Patients Diagnosed with Upper Respiratory Tract Infection in Emergency Department to Prescription Drug Use. Eurasian Journal of Emergency Medicine 19, no.4 (2020): 210 - 212. 10.4274/eajem.galenos.2017.91885
MLA KOÇAK Abdullah Osman,ÇALBAY Ayça,BAYRAMOĞLU Atıf,AKBAŞ İlker,ÜNLÜ Alpaslan,SEVİL Hülya,KATİPOĞLU Burak Effect of Symptomatic Treatment Given to Patients Diagnosed with Upper Respiratory Tract Infection in Emergency Department to Prescription Drug Use. Eurasian Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.19, no.4, 2020, ss.210 - 212. 10.4274/eajem.galenos.2017.91885
AMA KOÇAK A,ÇALBAY A,BAYRAMOĞLU A,AKBAŞ İ,ÜNLÜ A,SEVİL H,KATİPOĞLU B Effect of Symptomatic Treatment Given to Patients Diagnosed with Upper Respiratory Tract Infection in Emergency Department to Prescription Drug Use. Eurasian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2020; 19(4): 210 - 212. 10.4274/eajem.galenos.2017.91885
Vancouver KOÇAK A,ÇALBAY A,BAYRAMOĞLU A,AKBAŞ İ,ÜNLÜ A,SEVİL H,KATİPOĞLU B Effect of Symptomatic Treatment Given to Patients Diagnosed with Upper Respiratory Tract Infection in Emergency Department to Prescription Drug Use. Eurasian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2020; 19(4): 210 - 212. 10.4274/eajem.galenos.2017.91885
IEEE KOÇAK A,ÇALBAY A,BAYRAMOĞLU A,AKBAŞ İ,ÜNLÜ A,SEVİL H,KATİPOĞLU B "Effect of Symptomatic Treatment Given to Patients Diagnosed with Upper Respiratory Tract Infection in Emergency Department to Prescription Drug Use." Eurasian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 19, ss.210 - 212, 2020. 10.4274/eajem.galenos.2017.91885