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Chapter 9 Hospital Pharmacy Practice Chapter 9 Hospital Pharmacy Practice

Learning Objectives • Describe the various inpatient drug distribution systems. • Explain the proper Learning Objectives • Describe the various inpatient drug distribution systems. • Explain the proper procedure for repackaging of medications. • Identify the process of medication dispensing. • Describe specialty services such as intravenous admixtures and total parenteral nutrition.

Learning Objectives • Identify the various roles of clinically trained pharmacists in the hospital. Learning Objectives • Identify the various roles of clinically trained pharmacists in the hospital. • Describe the functions of a drug information center. • Discuss the origins and purpose of the hospital formulary. • Discuss the role of automation and inventory control in the hospital.

Learning Objectives • Describe the classifications and functions of a hospital. • Identify the Learning Objectives • Describe the classifications and functions of a hospital. • Identify the roles of major hospital committees. • List common universal precautions to protect hospital employees.

HOSPITAL PHARMACY SERVICES • Inpatient Drug Distribution Systems: Hospital pharmacies carry out a number HOSPITAL PHARMACY SERVICES • Inpatient Drug Distribution Systems: Hospital pharmacies carry out a number of unique activities such as unit dose drug distribution system, repackaging, floor stock, and an IV admixture/TPN service. Also, a unit dose drug distribution system saves money and reduces the chance of medication errors.

Functions of a Hospital 1. Diagnosis and testing Table 9. 1 Functions of a Hospital 1. Diagnosis and testing Table 9. 1

Functions of a Hospital 2. Treatment and therapy Table 9. 1 Functions of a Hospital 2. Treatment and therapy Table 9. 1

Functions of a Hospital 3. Public processing (including admissions, record keeping, billing, and planning Functions of a Hospital 3. Public processing (including admissions, record keeping, billing, and planning for post-release patient care) Table 9. 1

Functions of a Hospital 4. Public health education and promotion, done through a variety Functions of a Hospital 4. Public health education and promotion, done through a variety of programs, including smoking cessation programs, weight loss programs, support group programs, and screening of community members (including mammographies and testing of blood pressure and cholesterol) Table 9. 1

Functions of a Hospital 5. Teaching (i. e. , training health professionals) Table 9. Functions of a Hospital 5. Teaching (i. e. , training health professionals) Table 9. 1

Functions of a Hospital 6. Research (i. e. , carrying out programs that add Functions of a Hospital 6. Research (i. e. , carrying out programs that add to the sum of medical knowledge) Table 9. 1

Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • Only unopened unit doses can be returned to Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • Only unopened unit doses can be returned to stock.

Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 1. Maintaining drug treatment records Table Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 1. Maintaining drug treatment records Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 2. Ordering and stocking medications and Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 2. Ordering and stocking medications and medical supplies Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 3. Repackaging medications Table 9. 2 Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 3. Repackaging medications Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 4. Dispensing medications Table 9. 2 Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 4. Dispensing medications Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 5. Providing information about the proper Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 5. Providing information about the proper use of medications Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 6. Collecting and evaluating information about Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 6. Collecting and evaluating information about adverse drug reactions and interactions Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 7. Preparing medications in various dose Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 7. Preparing medications in various dose forms for dispensing Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 8. Educating and counseling patients about Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 8. Educating and counseling patients about their drug therapies Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 9. Preventing, identifying, and resolving medication-related Hospital Pharmacy Services Similar to Community Pharmacy Services 9. Preventing, identifying, and resolving medication-related problems Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 1. Preparing and maintaining a formulary Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 1. Preparing and maintaining a formulary Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 2. Conducting drug use evaluations Table Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 2. Conducting drug use evaluations Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 3. Following universal precautions Table 9. Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 3. Following universal precautions Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 4. Preparing products using aseptic techniques Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 4. Preparing products using aseptic techniques Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 5. Ensuring that hazardous agents are Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 5. Ensuring that hazardous agents are handled and disposed of properly Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 6. Filling medication orders (as opposed Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 6. Filling medication orders (as opposed to prescriptions) Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 7. Routinely preparing 24 -hour supplies Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 7. Routinely preparing 24 -hour supplies of patient medications in a form appropriate for a single administration to a patient (as opposed to a 30 - or 90 -day supply) Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 8. Stocking nursing stations with medications Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 8. Stocking nursing stations with medications and supplies Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 9. Delivering medications to patients’ rooms Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 9. Delivering medications to patients’ rooms Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 10. Maintaining a drug information service, Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 10. Maintaining a drug information service, and providing drug information to the other healthcare professionals in the institution Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 11. Educating and counseling inpatients and Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 11. Educating and counseling inpatients and outpatients about their drug therapies Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 12. Monitoring patient outcomes Table 9. Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 12. Monitoring patient outcomes Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 13. Preventing, identifying, and resolving medication-related Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 13. Preventing, identifying, and resolving medication-related problems Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 14. Participating in clinical drug investigations Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 14. Participating in clinical drug investigations and research Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 15. Providing in-service drug-related education Table Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 15. Providing in-service drug-related education Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 16. Reviewing or auditing prescription services Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 16. Reviewing or auditing prescription services for evaluation of service accuracy and quality Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 17. Providing expert consultations in such Hospital Pharmacy Services Provided by a Hospital Pharmacy 17. Providing expert consultations in such areas as pediatric pharmacology, nutritional support, and pharmacokinetics Table 9. 2

Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • As in the community pharmacy, in the hospital Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • As in the community pharmacy, in the hospital pharmacy the technician works under the direct supervision of the pharmacist.

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HOSPITAL PHARMACY SERVICES • Clinical Services: Many hospitals offer clinical and consultative services such HOSPITAL PHARMACY SERVICES • Clinical Services: Many hospitals offer clinical and consultative services such as nutrition support, pharmacokinetics, critical care, and other specialties. • Drug Information Services: Most hospitals have a drug information service that is primarily responsible for making recommendations on a drug formulary. A hospital pharmacy maintain a drug information center, containing reference works, including books, periodicals, microfilm, CDs, DVDs, and access to computerized or Internet databases.

HOSPITAL PHARMACY SERVICES • Outpatient Pharmacy Services: Many large hospitals operate an outpatient pharmacy HOSPITAL PHARMACY SERVICES • Outpatient Pharmacy Services: Many large hospitals operate an outpatient pharmacy to serve the medication needs of patients discharged from the hospital, as well as for those patients who are seen in the emergency room or other ambulatory clinics adjoining the hospital.

Terms to Remember • • unit dose medication fill list unit dose profile floor Terms to Remember • • unit dose medication fill list unit dose profile floor stock Total parenteral nutrition (TPN) satellite pharmacy protocol formulary

AUTOMATION IN THE HOSPITAL PHARMACY Technology is used in the hospital pharmacy to increase AUTOMATION IN THE HOSPITAL PHARMACY Technology is used in the hospital pharmacy to increase accuracy and improve efficiency and quality of pharmacy services. Automated pharmacy services are replacing some of the routine, time-consuming filling procedures. For instance, large automated robots are now being used to perform some of the filling procedures with near 100% accuracy

Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • All computer systems must protect patient privacy. Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • All computer systems must protect patient privacy.

Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • Although automation reduces errors, technical errors must still Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • Although automation reduces errors, technical errors must still be monitored.

Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • Expiration dates must be included on all repackaged Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • Expiration dates must be included on all repackaged medications.

Terms to Remember • stat medications Terms to Remember • stat medications

INVENTORY MANAGEMENT An important part of the technician’s position is the receipt, storage, and INVENTORY MANAGEMENT An important part of the technician’s position is the receipt, storage, and ordering of pharmaceuticals; discrepancies in the order from the wholesaler or pharmaceutical manufacturer should be resolved. Automation from the pharmacy wholesalers is making inventory management more accurate and less costly.

Terms to Remember • Investigational drugs Terms to Remember • Investigational drugs

ORGANIZATION OF THE HOSPITAL • Pharmacy Administration: The director of pharmacy is the pharmacist-in-charge, ORGANIZATION OF THE HOSPITAL • Pharmacy Administration: The director of pharmacy is the pharmacist-in-charge, with overall responsibility for the hospital’s pharmacy services. Depending on the hospital size, additional assistant or associate directors may work under the director. In small rural hospitals, only one or two pharmacists may make up the pharmacy staff.

ORGANIZATION OF THE HOSPITAL • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations: The JCAHO ORGANIZATION OF THE HOSPITAL • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations: The JCAHO is an independent, non-profit group that sets the standards by which quality of healthcare is measured. The primary mission of JCAHO is to ensure quality care and patient safety in the hospitals that are accredited. They evaluate levels of safety and the quality of care in more than 15, 000 healthcare organizations.

Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • Almost 50% of JCAHO standards relate directly to Hospital Pharmacy Issues Safety Note! • Almost 50% of JCAHO standards relate directly to safety.

ORGANIZATION OF THE HOSPITAL • Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee: The P&T committee is primarily ORGANIZATION OF THE HOSPITAL • Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee: The P&T committee is primarily responsible for making the final decision on drug formulary decisions. • Infection Control Committee: The major role of the infection control committee (ICC) is the prevention of nosocomial infections in the hospital. Universal precautions are used to prevent infection when a hospital worker comes into contact with blood or other bodily fluids.

ORGANIZATION OF THE HOSPITAL • Institutional Review Board: The IRB is responsible for protecting ORGANIZATION OF THE HOSPITAL • Institutional Review Board: The IRB is responsible for protecting the patient in investigational studies undertaken in the hospital.

Universal Precaution Guidelines 1. Universal precautions apply to all persons within the hospital. Table Universal Precaution Guidelines 1. Universal precautions apply to all persons within the hospital. Table 9. 3

Universal Precaution Guidelines 2. Universal precautions apply to all contact or potential contact with Universal Precaution Guidelines 2. Universal precautions apply to all contact or potential contact with blood, other bodily fluids, or body substances. Table 9. 3

Universal Precaution Guidelines 3. Disposable latex gloves must be worn when contact with blood Universal Precaution Guidelines 3. Disposable latex gloves must be worn when contact with blood or other bodily fluids is anticipated or possible. Table 9. 3

Universal Precaution Guidelines 4. Hands must be washed thoroughly after removing the latex gloves. Universal Precaution Guidelines 4. Hands must be washed thoroughly after removing the latex gloves. Table 9. 3

Universal Precaution Guidelines 5. Blood-soaked or contaminated materials, such as gloves, towels, or bandages, Universal Precaution Guidelines 5. Blood-soaked or contaminated materials, such as gloves, towels, or bandages, must be disposed of in a wastebasket lined with a plastic bag. Table 9. 3

Universal Precaution Guidelines 6. Properly trained custodial personnel must be called if cleanup or Universal Precaution Guidelines 6. Properly trained custodial personnel must be called if cleanup or removal of contaminated waste is necessary. Table 9. 3

Universal Precaution Guidelines 7. Contaminated materials such as needles, syringes, swabs, and catheters must Universal Precaution Guidelines 7. Contaminated materials such as needles, syringes, swabs, and catheters must be placed into red plastic containers labeled for disposal of biohazardous materials. Proper institutional procedures generally involve incineration. Table 9. 3

Universal Precaution Guidelines 8. A first-aid kit must be kept on hand in any Universal Precaution Guidelines 8. A first-aid kit must be kept on hand in any area in which contact with blood or other bodily fluids is possible. The kit should contain, at minimum, the following items: • adhesive bandages for covering small wounds Table 9. 3

Universal Precaution Guidelines • alcohol • antiseptic/disinfectant • bottle of bleach, which will be Universal Precaution Guidelines • alcohol • antiseptic/disinfectant • bottle of bleach, which will be diluted at time of use to create a solution containing 1 part bleach to 10 parts water, for use in cleaning up blood spills • box of disposable latex gloves • disposable towels Table 9. 3

Universal Precaution Guidelines • medical tape • plastic bag or container for contaminated waste Universal Precaution Guidelines • medical tape • plastic bag or container for contaminated waste disposal • sterile gauze for covering large wounds Table 9. 3

Terms to Remember • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) • accreditation Terms to Remember • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) • accreditation • pharmacy and therapeutics (P&T) committee • infection control committee (ICC) • nosocomial infection

Terms to Remember • • sharps universal precautions institutional review board (IRB) informed consent Terms to Remember • • sharps universal precautions institutional review board (IRB) informed consent

Discussion a. Communicating in the hospital setting often means working with a wide variety Discussion a. Communicating in the hospital setting often means working with a wide variety of other healthcare providers. Understanding what role they play in the patients’ healthcare is essential to effective communication. What duties do each of the following have? g. social services aide or primary care physician b. anesthesiologist c. registered nurse d. practical nurse e. nurse’s aide f. housekeeping aide worker h. respiratory therapist i. phlebotomist j. medical lab technician k. pharmacist l. pharmacy technician

Discussion Write out a complete description, not using abbreviations, of the medication orders given Discussion Write out a complete description, not using abbreviations, of the medication orders given in Figure 9. 2 and Figure 9. 3.