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Master Thesis

Dispensation à l'officine : l'absence de données biologique représente-t-elle un risque ?

Abstract : Community pharmacies are constantly evolving, with the objective of improving the therapeutic management of patients. Several studies have been conducted on the subject of dispensing at community pharmacies, in order to optimize its mplementation. Dispensing at the community pharmacies are defined as the dispensing associated with the pharmaceutical analysis of the prescription. The availability of biological data useful for the pharmaceutical validation and the new missions of the pharmacist remains necessary. The objective of our study is to evaluate the relevance of access to patients' biological data in the pharmacy. To do so, we have highlighted, from the prescriptions and biological data of a group of residents of a retirement home, the biological monitoring that should have been performed according to the consulted referentials. The impact and relevance of these missing data were evaluated by a group of pharmacists and by the doctors who had prescribed them. 61 residents were included in our cohort, 53 of whom had a treatment requiring biological monitoring. However, only 19 of them received appropriate biological monitoring. Of the remaining 34 residents, a total of 154 tests were not performed. These tests were mainly related to the follow-up of treatments in the cardiovascular and endocrinological spheres. The completion of these unperformed tests was judged by 82% of the pharmacists consulted as favorable and/or major. Moreover, 90% of the test suggestions submitted to prescribers concerned tests that were soon or recently performed, a sign of their relevance. All of these results support the integration of biological monitoring into the dispensing act. This study must be accompanied by reflections on the implementation and feasibility of such a mission.
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Housna Aboudou. Dispensation à l'officine : l'absence de données biologique représente-t-elle un risque ?. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03323007⟩



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