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Establishment and evaluation of a pharmacy based counselling service for hypertensive patients
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Impact of Clinical Pharmacist Mediated Patient Counselling on Health Related Quality of Life in Hypertensive Patients Naveen. B*1, Mahaboojan. M1, Padmanabha Y R1, Narayana. G1 1Department of Pharmacy practice, Raghavendra Institute of pharmaceutical education and research (RIPER), Anantapuramu –Andhra Pradesh, India.
INTRODUCTIONFile Size: KB. The JSH emphasized the usefulness of HBP measurement for the management of hypertension in the guidelines, but did not mention the roles of pharmacists in managing hypertensive patients.
2 The Canadian Hypertension Education Program recommendations state that pharmacists should recognize the importance of and optimal procedures for this Cited by: 3.
diabetes. Other hypertensive patients with comorbid con-ditions such as heart failure, stroke, and ischaemic heart disease, renal and liver diseases were excluded from the study.
Furthermore pregnant women, patients with no contact numbers and patients who would not be able to return to the pharmacy for a scheduled visit were ex-cluded from the Cited by: 4.
This thesis focuses on counselling related to non-pharmacological treatment, which means lifestyle changes regarding smoking, alcohol, weight, diet, physical activity and stress for patients with hypertension.
It is estimated that one quarter of all the adults in the world have hypertension (Kearney et al., ). Hypertension is a major risk.
Evaluation of a Pharmaceutical Care Program for Hypertensive Patients in Rural Portugal Article in Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association 42(6). Influence of post discharge counselling on health outcomes in diabetic and hypertensive patients Article in Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research 4(3).
EFFECT OF PHARMACIST MEDIATED PATIENT COUNSELING IN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS IN TERMS OF KNOWLEDGE, COMPLIANCE AND LIFESTYLE MODIFICATION SUNITA PAWAR* 1, KAVERI D. LOKHANDE 2, SOUMYA PADMA, ARUNDHATI DIWAN 3 1Asst.
Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, Poona College of Pharmacy, Bharati. Hypertensive Patients In Terms Of Knowledge, Compliance And Quality Of Life. Chaudhary Gp1, M. Navyashree1, D. Sen Roy1, asan2 Department of Pharmacy Practice, PES College of Pharmacy, Hanumanthnagar, Bangalore –Karnataka, India Abstract: To create awareness about hypertension in order to improve their quality of life.
Free Author: Chaudhary Gp, M. Navyashree, D. Sen Roy, R. Srinivasan. In most developing countries including Ghana, there is scant literature on the involvement of the community pharmacist in the care Establishment and evaluation of a pharmacy based counselling service for hypertensive patients book patients with chronic conditions such as hypertension and blood pressure control.
The objective of the study was to evaluate the effect of a pharmaceutical care model on blood pressure control and adherence among hypertensive Cited by: 4. Taking a first step to address this literature gap, we conducted a service evaluation that sought to establish whether pharmacy staff can conduct medicines consultations using a CBT framework, what the patients’ experiences of this approach were and whether it was effective in meeting the medicines information needs of the by: Establishment and evaluation of a pharmacy based counselling service for hypertensive patients book.
A Drug Use Evaluation (DUE) or Medication Use Evaluation (MUE) program is a planned, criteria-based systematic process for monitoring, evaluating, and continually improving medication use, with the ultimate aim of improving medication-related outcomes for a.
Evaluation of a Pharmaceutical Care Program for Hypertensive Patients in Rural Portugal we identified an initial sample of Establishment and evaluation of a pharmacy based counselling service for hypertensive patients book from among the pharmacy's patients who were taking prescribed anti-hypertensive drugs for treatment of essential hypertension, were receiving care from one of the physicians in the public health center, and Cited by: INFLUENCE OF POST DISCHARGE COUNSELLING ON HEALTH OUTCOMES IN DIABETIC AND HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS RAMESH ADEPU* AND MADHU S Department of Pharmacy Practice, JSS College of Pharmacy SS Nagar, Mysore15, India E mail: [email protected] ABSTRACT Hypertension and Diabetes mellitus are the chronic disorders that affect the.
You should be aware of patient and medication factors that would determine the need for and the type, and amount of medication counselling required. The opportunity to counsel patients on medication can arise from different pharmacy interactions. The information provided should be individualised to meet patients’ needs.
% of adult hypertensive patients are from urban area and % from rural area. Worldwide 15% of uncontrolled hypertensive patients are in India (Brown,Kearney et al., ). Assessing the quality of life of hypertensive patients is an important issue. Quality of life (QOL) is a central issue forFile Size: KB.
patients included by each nurse varied from 1 to 14 patients due to different numbers of eligible hypertensive patients at the health centers. During the study period the nurses saw all their patients at the time of inclusion, and after one year and two years, in order to collect by: 4.
hypertensive agents and it highlights certain shortcomings in the existing prescribing practice. This study also focus effect of patient counseling in the case of BP control. Patient counselling is defined as providing medication information orally or.
Most of the hypertensive patients were illiterate 83 (%) and unemployed (%) and duration of the disease was less than 5 years in 51 (34%) patients. Among hypertensive patients, most common symptom was found to be breathlessness in 22 (%) patients. Among the hypertensive class, it was found that diuretics were most.
hypertensive patients and ensure safety profile of drugs through counseling of patients. Method: Patients who have suffered by secondary hypertension with blood pressure range of above / mmHg are selected and divided in two groups.
First group of patients to administer for Nifedipine 5mg and. Khan M, et al.: Assessment of Adherences to Medication Therapy in Hypertensive Patients and Effect of Patient Counseling in Tertiary Care Hospital Special Issue: Interventions and Studies in Clinical Pharmacy.
There were 30 patients who were housewife and staying at home of which 18 were adherent with the normal BP, 4 were adherent with aAuthor: Muhammad Khan, Saifullah Mehsud Khan, Rabia Zafar Dar.
The patients were involved in the study based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. In this study, the type of antihypertensive drugs mostly administered to patients whether single or in combination was evaluated. The gender, age of the patients, type of anti-hypertensive prescribed were analyzed and reported.
RESULTS. The role of pharmacists in the management of hypertensive diabetic patients Diabetic mellitus is a chronic metabolic disorder in which glycaemic control is important to prevent complications.
Type 1 diabetes is a result of an absolute lack of insulin, whereas type 2 diabetes is due to partial insulin deﬁciency. The purpose of this qualitative phenomenological survey was to determine hypertensive patients’ knowledge, perceptions, attitudes and life-style practices so as to optimize their health and treatment needs.
We examined a cohort of randomly selected hypertensive by means of a self-structured questionnaire and a detailed interview. Compliance of hypertensive patients with treatment regimen and its effect on their quality of life DOI: / 27 | Page Egyptian National Hypertension Project estimate the prevalence of hypertension in Egypt is %.
The prevalence of hypertension has increased progressively with age, from % in 25 File Size: KB. related to anti-hypertensive treatments in hypertensive patients visiting Adama Referral Hospital. Methodology: An institution based cross-sectional study was conducted at Adama exhausted.
TReferral Hospital to assess patient adherence towards antihypertensive therapy. The data was collected by using a pre-tested structured questionnaire after. An assessment was made on hypertensive patients who are receiving multiple drugs were included in the study.
A medication adherence questioner was prepared based on literature. Among patients were adherent to medication whereas 95 were non adherent and those non adherent patients were given verbal and non-verbal counseling regarding Author: Muhammad Khan, Saifullah Mehsud Khan, Rabia Zafar Dar.
The majority of patients using antihypertensive medications fail to achieve their recommended target blood pressure. Poor daily adherence with medication regimens and a lack of persistence with medication use are two of the major reasons for failure to reach target blood pressure.
There is no single intervention to improve adherence with antihypertensives that is Cited by: Counselling on lifestyle factors in hypertension care after training on the stages of change model.
(in press, European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing) IV Drevenhorn, E., Bengtson, A., Allen, J., Säljö, R., & Kjellgren, K. Patient centredness in counselling hypertensive patients after counselling training for nurses: a content analysis. The project is innovative in that it uses the ED as an initial point of service for kiosk-based health education designed to increase BP self-management.
It is anticipated findings from this translational research could also be used as a resource for patient education and follow-up with hypertensive patients in primary care by: 5.
A, Toronto, Ontario, M6M 3Z4, Canada, 3Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan Abstract Purpose: To evaluate the association between patient’s knowledge of hypertension management and medication adherence.
Methods: A cross-sectional study was undertaken with hypertensive patients who visited outpatient. Methods. A hospital-based cross-sectional study was conducted in Hiwot Fana Specialized University Hospital on assessment of the prescribing, dispensing, and patient use pattern of antihypertensive drugs among patients who were above the age of 18 years and attending outpatient department from April 1– Cited by: 4.
Patient Awareness and Self-Care What is Blood Pressure and High Blood Pressure. Blood pressure is the force generated as your heart pumps blood and moves it through the blood vessels in your body. It is made up of two numbers called the systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
Systolic blood pressure represents the pressure while the heart is File Size: 34KB. Objectives:To implement a pharmacist-led Hypertension Management Clinic in one general medical practice. To evaluate the impact of the clinic on blood pressure (BP) control and prevention of coronary heart disease (CHD).
Method:A total of patients attended the pharmacist-led hypertension clinic over a month period. Lifestyle and drug therapy Cited by: To the Editor: We thank Dr Obara and his colleagues for their interest in our study 1 and for their comments.
2 First, the Japanese Society of Hypertension Guidelines for the Management of Hypertension (JSH guidelines) do not mention the role of pharmacists in managing hypertensive patients. Second, they show that pharmacists in Japan have Cited by: 1.
The use of combination therapy, either as first-line treatment or much earlier in the course of treating hypertensive patients, may provide the. Patients’ Expectations And Knowledge of Patient Counseling Services That Are Available From Pharmacists 1 Jon C. Schommer College of Pharmacy, The Ohio State University, West 12th Avenue, Columbus OH The purpose of this article is to present research findings from a stream of research undertaken in the s.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The authors present an overview of the current evidence and management recommendations for evaluation and treatment of adults with acute ischemic stroke.
The intended audiences are prehospital care providers, physicians, allied health professionals, and hospital administrators responsible for the care of acute ischemic. A study to find the effectiveness of planned health teaching programme regarding Hypertension among hypertensive patients (years) in a selected area at Nelamangala in Bangalore district.
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY. To assess the pre test knowledge among the hypertensive patients regarding Hypertension. Practical Considerations in Treating the Elderly Hypertensive Patient,JAMES F. BURRIS, M.D., Washington, D.C. More than half of all older Americans die of cardiovascular diseases.
Hypertension is a major risk factor for cardiovascular diseases, and its Cited by: 6. Medline ® Abstract for Reference 17 of 'Evaluation and treatment of hypertensive emergencies in adults'.
Hypertensive patients monitor and pdf multiple blood pressure readings each week through an interactive voice response or secure online system. Pharmacists review the results, calling or e-mailing those with elevated readings to review medication adherence, adjust the medication regimen if necessary, and provide lifestyle counseling as.Int J Adv Pharmacy Med Bioallied Sci.
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