Why incorrect drug doses can be harmful to patients with kidney conditions
Although proper dose adjustments for kidney function is well-recognized as an important issue, drug dosing is often not as straightforward as it seems. It must be tailored to each patient’s condition, age, renal and hepatic function, comorbidities and concurrent medications. Good references for dose adjustments tailored to kidney function are lacking, so care teams must make decisions without reliable guidance. A one-size-fits-all standard medication dose that fits all patients doesn’t exist.
- The danger of incorrect medication and dosing decisions
- Why half of patients in ICUs need medication dose adjustments
- How care teams can safely adjust drug doses
- What the Lexicomp editorial team is doing close the gap in dosing recommendations
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