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Journal of Medical Research ; (12): 143-146, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-464205


Objective To observe the efficacy and side effect of olanzapine combined with tropisetron, dexamethasone for the pre-vention of highly emetogenic chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting ( CINV) . Methods A total of 78 patients with highly emetogen-ic single day chemotherapy were randomly divided into two groups:trial group ( olanzapine combined with tropisetron, dexamethasone n=40) and control group (Tropisetron Combined with Dexamethasone n=38). The control of acute CINV, delayed CINV and adverse reac-tions were observed. Results The control rates of acute vomiting in trial group and control group were 87. 5% vs 81. 6%, 65. 0% vs 57. 9% in acute nausea, 75. 0% vs 52. 6% in delayed vomiting, 32. 5% vs 13. 2% in delayed nausea. The trial group was better than the control group in delayed vomiting and delayed nausea which there was difference between them (P 0. 05). Conclusion Olanzapine combined with tropisetron, dexa-methasone for the prevention was significantly better than tropisetron combined with dexamethasone in the control of delayed CINV in pa-tients received highly emetogenic chemotherapy.

China Pharmacist ; (12): 291-292,306, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-671095


Objective: To evaluate the intervention effect of clinical pharmacists in hypertension chronic disease management. Methods:All the patients with hypertensive chronic diseases from Ziyang community, Xingan Street, Beilun district were involved in the study. Combined with community doctors, clinical pharmacists provided pharmaceutical care for the patients, such as regular face-to-face medication guide, telephone communication, home follow-up, special lectures on health and so on. The cognitive level, blood pressure control level and medication compliance were statistically analyzed and compared before and after the pharmacy intervention. Results:After the intervention of clinical pharmacists, the level of hypertension cognition and the level of antihypertensive drug under-standingof the patients was improved significantly (P<0. 05 or 0. 01), the level of blood pressure control and medication compliance of the patients were improved significantly (P<0. 01), and unscheduled outpatient rate, emergency rate, hospitalization rate and fre-quency were decreased (P<0. 05 or 0. 01). Conclusion: Pharmacy intervention carried out by clinical pharmacists for the patients with hypertension chronic diseases can provide reasonable medication security and improve the quality of life, and the pharmacy inter-vention mode for the hypertension chronic disease management is worthy of promotion.