Investigation of Clinical Pharmacists Participating in Consultation of Elderly Cardiology Patients and Analysis of Typical Cases

Jiajuan Chen, Hezhong Zhu, Junfeng Wang, Fei Cheng, Hui Liang


Objective: To explore the influence of clinical pharmacists’ participation on the consultation quality of elderly cardiology patients and to report typical cases. Methods: 100 elderly patients admitted to the Department of Cardiology of our hospital from February 2018 to February 2019 were randomly selected as research objects. Clinical pharmacists participated in the consultation, and their consultation opinions were recorded. At the same time, related typical cases were reported. Results: The adoption rate of clinical pharmacists’ opinions was 85%, with an effective rate of 97.65% (83/85). Conclusion: Clinical pharmacists’ participation in consultation is conducive to the optimization of the comprehensive level of diagnosis and treatment, and can guide the rational adjustment of drug use methods and doses. This model is worth promoting.


Clinical Pharmacist; Consultation Work; Adoption Rate; Clinical Value

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/rcsm.v3.i1.1634


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