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Ashrafi Esfahani S, Ghadi Pasha M, Salahshour B, Akhgari M, Javadi Compani H. Applied Analysis of the Causes and Prevention Strategies of Medication Errors. jmciri 2022; 40 (4) :308-308
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Background: Today, according to the statistics of medication errors in Iran, they are considered one of the most common medical errors, and due to the complications caused by it, measures should be taken for it. Medication errors can be caused by several reasons, the most important of which in this article are the definitions and prevention solutions, and the aforementioned suggestions are compatible with the laws of Iran’s medical legal system and conventional procedures in the field of health because they are enforceable. It is the country.
Results: In this article, the medication error prevention strategy has been proposed based on four practical steps, including all drug treatment processes, even from the pre-prescription and prescription (training of doctors) to after the occurrence of the medication error and the complaint stage in the court. In this regard, we believe that in order to minimize drug error statistics, it requires the coordination and cooperation of all the country’s organs to achieve this as soon as possible, apart from all the analytical and interpretative discussions of this issue, which have been done many times by different researchers, there is a need for practical ideas. And there are more applicable also, these suggestions have been predicted by taking into account the electronicization of prescriptions and the causes of medication errors so that they have the possibility of implementing it in the Iranian society, rather than having only an analytical aspect.
 
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