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They confer dairy with patients, showing them how to take their medicines and watching them for adverse drug reactions. Shortly after a patient is admitted to the hospital, a dinical pharmacist goes to his bedside. He obtains a thorough drug history from him, induding a list of every new medication he's been taking and any drug allergies he may have. In the nick of time This drug history saved an 8-year-old boy from disaster recently. The child had received a spinal injection, and he reacted with violent nausea and vomiting. His physician prescribed a powerful tranquilizer. A dinical pharmacist stopped the nurse just in time from giving him the tranquilizer. He'd discovered from the boy's mother that he was very sensitive to that tranquilizer. It would have given him convulsions. The dinical pharmacists help to keep drug costs down. One Gty of Hope patient developed an infection following open-heart surgery,, and his physician ordered a 14-day course of treatment with a very expensive antibiotic called Keflin. After he'd checked the patient's allergy history, a clinical pharmacist recommended to the physician that he use intravenous penicillin rather than the high-priced Keflin. It cured the infection just as rapidly, and it saved $1100 in drug bills. Talks to patients A clinical pharmacist sees all patients prior to their discharge from the Gty of Hope to instruct them about the drugs they have to take when they go home. I listened in when Thomas Saito, a clinical pharmacist in the cardiology wing, talked with a 46-year-old man recovering from a heart attack. "I have a list of the medicines that your doctor will prescribe for you when you're discharged tomorrow," Saito told him. He named six drugs and showed him samples of each. ."This is digitalis," Saito started. "You're to take two tablets each day--in the mldmoming after breakfast This particular drug is extremely important for you. It slows and strengthens the heart. You're probably going to have to take it for a long while. You must be careful never to miss a dose." He went into detail about the six drugs, patiently answering questions. "I ain't so scared about going home anymore," said the patient Some Gty of Hope physicians doggedly resisted the introduction of the Allen Swartz (left; and Steven Abrams fill a prescription at the Gty of Hope. clinical pharmacists as an invasion of their dignity. "I know my business," a physician snapped to a dinical pharmacist "I don't need any help from you." Most doctors at the Gty of Hope are solid supporters, of the program, though. Dr. Rachmiel Levine, the executive medical director and an internationally renowned diabetes expert, said: "These clinical pharmacists have become invaluable members of the health team. Any doctor who resents their advice is taking a damned silly attitude. Heck, I can't pretend that I can remember all of the drug dosages. I'm very glad to have their assistance." The records show that the Gty of Hope program has been remarkably effective in cutting down on drug errors. . Before it went into operation, Dr. Swartz said, the City of Hope had a medication mistake rate of 4 to 5 per cent Today, its error rate is less than one half of one per cent--among .the lowest in the United States. Moves elsewhere The American Hospital Association reports that more than 300 top hospitals have all-out drives underway to reduce the threat of medication mistakes. They include such prominent institutions as Yale-New Haven Hospital, University of Wisconsin Hospitals in Madison, Ohio State University Hospitals in Columbus, University of California Hospitals in San Francisco, and Lenox Hill Hospital in New York Gty. Alexander McMahon, president of the AHA, pointed out that the extra personnel and special equipment required for all these systems can increase pharmacy costs by 25 to 40 per cent It doesn't worry him" "They are a bargain if they mean additional protection for every hospital patient," he said.