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Dématérialisation du circuit des chimiothérapies au CHU de Caen : étude de faisabilité

Abstract : Dematerialization, process for digitizing paper supports, is increasingly being used in the medical field to ensure efficient quality, security and traceability of data and among them, hospital preparations. In view of the increasing of the chemotherapy preparations activity objectified at the Caen University Hospital, it has become necessary to be part of a dematerialization project. A feasibility study was carried out in the year 2019-2020 within our unit. The conduct of this project made possible to list all the stages of the chemotherapy preparation process with, for each stage, modifications and limits identified, emphasizing the importance of prioritizing the dematerialization of the stages of manufacture and controls. A forecast schedule, bringing together the various necessary interventions as well as the associated actors, was carried out to select the equipment most suited to the operation of our preparation unit and to anticipate its installation. Nevertheless, the implementation of such a project is accompanied by constraints, most of which occurred during the study and solutions have been provided allowing the conduct of tests on the entire process, without production, with a view to a routine application during the year 2020-2021. To finalize the project, it’s still necessary to dematerialize the entire chemotherapy process and in particular, the stages of delivery and the administration of preparations.
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Philippe Coulibaly. Dématérialisation du circuit des chimiothérapies au CHU de Caen : étude de faisabilité. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2020. ⟨dumas-03052863⟩



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