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Changing guidelines to improve patient care and prevent acute kidney injury (AKI) adverse events require area under the curve (AUC) guided dosing of vancomycin.
- Dose in the best way to align with The Joint Commission guidance and tie to medication management (mm) standards.
- Obtain your patients’ therapeutic target with precision and keep them there longer.
- Precisely attaom lab orders.
InsightRX was the most adaptable, visually appealing, easiest to use and had the most company support. Utilizing only the trough, accuracy (range 0.79–1.03) and bias (range 5.1–21.2%) of the Bayesian dose-optimizing software were variable. PHARMACOTHERAPY Volume 38, Number 12, 2018
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Advisor Live: Vancomycin Dosing: From Trough to AUC
Michael J. Rybak, Pharm.D., MPH, FCCP, BCPS
Professor of Pharmacy & Medicine, Anti-Infective Research Laboratory, Department of Pharmacy Practice,
Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Wayne State University
Thursday, Nov. 14, 1 p.m. EDT
Clean Hands-Safe Hands
Hand hygiene is a pillar of infection prevention. Clinical surveillance is essential to monitor infections. Its purpose? To protect patients. Naturally.
Use your TheraDoc® data to power hand hygiene intervention:
Immediately upon a lab result for a positive culture on C. diff, a hand hygiene monitor in the patient’s room triggers instructions for clinical staff to take appropriate protocols to reduce transmission of C. diff.
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Advisor Live: Technology and Culture — critical elements of a comprehensive hand hygiene program
Janet Glowicz, Ph.D., RN, FAPIC
Infection Preventionist CDC, Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion Prevention and Response Branch
May 2, 2019