The Accuracy of High Alert Medication Storage in the Pharmacy Installation of RSUD Dr. Soegiri Lamongan

Storage of High Alert Medication at the Pharmacy Installation of RSUD Dr. Soegiri Lamongan; Accuracy of Drug Storage High Alert Medication

  • Hifar Rahmadinah -
Keywords: LASA (Look A Like Sound A Like), high concentrate electrolyte, Medication Error

Abstract

Rahmadinah, H. 2022. Accuracy of Storage of High Alert Medication in the Pharmacy
Installation of RSUD Dr. Soegiri Lamongan 2022. Thesis. Pharmacy Study
Program, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Maulana Malik Ibrahim
State Islamic University, Malang. Supervisor I : apt. Hajar Sugihantoro,
S.Farm., M.P.H.; Supervisor II : apt. Ah. Syahrir, M. Farm.
High Alert Medication (HAM) is a group of drugs that need to be watched out for in their
use because they can lead to high use of unwanted drugs (Medication Error). The highalert medication group is divided into LASA (Look A Like Sound A Like) drugs, highly
concentrated electrolytes, and cytostatics (cancer drugs). The purpose of this study was to
determine the profile and accuracy of storage of LASA (Look A Like Sound A like)
drugs and high-concentrate electrolytes based on the issued SOPs. This research includes
descriptive research by observing, classifying, recording, and analyzing with SOP
guidelines. The sample of this study used LASA (Look A Like Sound A Like) drugs and
highly concentrated electrolytes. Location The research was conducted at the pharmacy
installation of RSUD Dr. Soegiri Lamongan in 2022. The results show that the storage
profile of LASA (Look Alike Sound A Like) and high concentrate electrolytes uses a
storage method based on the storage method based on the form and type of
pharmaceutical preparations, FIFO, FEFO, and alphabetically. The storage accuracy of
LASA drugs (Look Alike Sound A Like) for indicators of separated LASA drugs with
their equivalents is 97.72% and LASA drugs labeled "LASA" with a yellow base is
90.9%. Accuracy of high-concentrated electrolyte drug storage for indicators Highconcentrated electrolyte medicine is labeled “High Alert” at 100% and high-concentrated
electrolyte medicine is labeled “Concentrated Electrolyte” with a yellow base color of
100%. Based on these results, it can be concluded that the LASA (Look Alike Sound A
Like) storage has not met the accuracy based on the issued SOP.
Keywords : LASA (Look A Like Sound A Like), high concentrate electrolyte,
Medication Error

Published
2024-06-30
How to Cite
Rahmadinah, H. (2024). The Accuracy of High Alert Medication Storage in the Pharmacy Installation of RSUD Dr. Soegiri Lamongan. Berkala Ilmiah Mahasiswa Farmasi Indonesia, 11(1), 45 - 51. https://doi.org/10.48177/bimfi.v9i2.103

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