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Abstract

Importance of Drug Utilization Review in Patient Care.

Shaivi Parashar, Vaishali Verma, Rajesh Saxena, Praveen Nasa.

Drug Utilization Review (DUR) is validated, arrange, existing assessment of advice, pass out and make use of medicines in patient care. It includes a complete analysis of patients' prescription and previous medication details, throughout and next dispensing to make sure appropriate use of medication in decision-making and positive patient outcomes. According to the determination of the study Drug Utilization Review (DUR) systems can work on single patient or the individual prescriber. Drug Utilization Review (DUR) is three types (Prospective, Concurrent and Retrospective). For the comparison of international and interregional research some drug utilization method is used, whereas for the evaluation of individual hospital, health centers other methods are used. This review article helps us to identify the face-to-face efficacy method improves the drug prescribing pattern by identifying physicians who were prescribing the drugs to the patients in health care system.


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