Banerjee I

Dr, India

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  • Original Article   
    Drug Utilization Study in Ophthalmology Out???patient Department of a Medical College in India
    Author(s): Banerjee I*, Bhadury T, Sengupta T and Roy D

    Background: Drug utilization studies provide a pharmacoeconomic basis for making evidence‑based health‑care decisions. In ophthalmology practice, rational prescribing plays a crucial role in reducing the ocular disease burden. Aim: The aim of the study was to investigate the drug utilization pattern in ophthalmology out‑patient department (OPD) of a Medical College in India. Subjects and Methods: A prospective, cross‑sectional study was conducted for a period of 2 months. The prescriptions for all consecutive patients attending the OPD for the first time (first time encounter) were included and audited using a pre‑designed form to record information from the OPD prescription cards of each patient. Data analysis was carried out using the descriptive statistical methods: Frequencies, percentage, mean and stan.. Read More»

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