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Herald of Medicine ; (12): 185-188, 2016.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-491885


Objective To establish a gas chromatography ( GC) method for determination of aniline,2-aminophenol and 4-aminophenol in mesalamine sustained release granules. Methods An HP-5 (10 m×0.53 mm,2.65 μm) capillary GC column was adopted. The carrier gas was high purity nitrogen at a flow rate of 15 mL.min-1 . The inlet temperature was controlled at 280 ℃ and the FID detector temperature was 300℃. The oven temperature was initially held at 70℃ for 2 min and was then programmed to 150 ℃ at 10℃.min-1 and held for 6 min. Results A good resolution was obtained between the peaks of the 3 impurities at chromatographic conditions above. The recoveries of aniline, 2-aminophenol and 4-aminophenol were among 98.04% to 103.00%. The precision and linearity equations were good. Conclusion The method can be adopted for the quality control of mesalazine sustained release granules.

Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration ; (12): 25-28, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-470844


To study performance problems found in China's essential medicine system.The SmithModel of system implementation was called into play in a systematic collation and analysis for the ideal policies,system implementation agencies,target groups and policy environment in its performance,along with relationships among the four factors.The system is found with a number of loopholes as the system itself is highly idealized,its system objectives set inappropriately,problems found with the four factors,and tension and conflicts among these factors.Given these problems found in its performance,it is inappropriate to make drastic changes to avoid instability of the system at its early stage.Government departments in question are advised to comprehensively analyze the four factors and their relationships then taking effective measures to deal with them and the tension,conflict among them.This can ensure effectively implementation of the essential medicine system.

Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration ; (12): 747-750, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-478991


Objective To evaluate the township hospitals'medical service efficiency in Shandong province,and to provide references for the development in township hospitals under the background of the essential medicine system.Methods The method of data envelopment analysis(DEA)was used to analyze the township hospitals' medical service efficiency in Shandong province before and since the implementation of the essential medicine system.Results For the township hospitals in Shandong province in general,their relative efficiency ratio of the medical service efficiency dropped from 66.67% to 53.33% since the implementation of the essential medicine system.In terms of the input and output,the non-DEA effective township hospitals are found with insufficient output as measured by the output indicator,while some input indicators input were found as excessive.Conclusion The low scale efficiency has become the main factor for the low service efficiency of such hospitals since the implementation of the essential medicine system in Shandong province.In order to improve the medical service efficiency,it is important to continue to improve the essential medicine system,increase the medical staff's incentives, improve the fiscal compensation policy,and keep the policy continuity.

Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration ; (12): 251-254, 2014.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-447220


Objective To identify the impact factors for community doctors with the essential medicine system in place,in support of mobilizing them and successful implementation of the essential medicine system in the community.Methods Based on the theory of ERG hierarchy of needs,the pathway analysis method was called into play to identify the three factors affecting community doctors,namely personal survival,interpersonal relations and self-development.Results Major factor of which is the interpersonal factor,with a score of 0.549,while the latter two factors do not directly affect the survival and development.The two however work on each other,and work on the interpersonal factor as well,with the impact coefficients of 0.320 and 0.402 respectively.Conclusion With the essential medicine system in place,the largest impact factor for community doctors'enthusiasm is the interpersonal one,involving the doctor-patient communications among others.This serving as the breakthrough point may improve the enthusiasm of the community doctors,paving the way for the system in the communities.

Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration ; (12): 749-751, 2014.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-458575


Objective To study the different types of medication guidance for community doctors in the context of essential medicine system,and analyze its influencing factors.Methods SPSS 1 9.0 was called into play for statistical analysis of data gathered,and the medication guidance behavior of the doctors were graded on the two dimensions of personal willingness and practical action.With important quadrant method,the medication guidance behavior of such doctors was classified,while the multiple linear regression was used to study the influencing factors.Results Most of the community doctors of the fourteen counties fall into the area of “high willingness and less action”,with only a few falling into the area of the “high willingness and more action”. Major influencing factors of their willingness on medication guide were found to include impacts on job autonomy,attention to essential medicine system, and the forms to improve income.Major factors of the doctors'actions on medication guide include awareness of essential medicines,awareness of essential medicines catalog,and training outcomes. Conclusion The community doctors have high personal willingness for medication guidance related to essential medicines,but only a number of them carried it in their work.Therefore,it is necessary to take actions to strengthen awareness of the doctors for medication guidance and encourage them to carry it out.