Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Health Science, ICHS 2020, 26-27 October 2020, Jakarta, Indonesia

Research Article

Analysis of Prescribing Phase in Prescription of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Outpatients at Regional General Hospital in Jakarta in 2018

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.26-10-2020.2311304,
        author={Farnia  Zahra and Azrifitria  Azrifitria and Ganda E. M. Tampubolon},
        title={Analysis of Prescribing Phase in Prescription of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Outpatients at Regional General Hospital in Jakarta in 2018},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Health Science, ICHS 2020, 26-27 October 2020, Jakarta, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={ICHS},
        year={2021},
        month={8},
        keywords={clinical aspect pharmaceutical aspect prescription pulmonary tuberculosis},
        doi={10.4108/eai.26-10-2020.2311304}
    }
    
  • Farnia Zahra
    Azrifitria Azrifitria
    Ganda E. M. Tampubolon
    Year: 2021
    Analysis of Prescribing Phase in Prescription of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Outpatients at Regional General Hospital in Jakarta in 2018
    ICHS
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.26-10-2020.2311304
Farnia Zahra1, Azrifitria Azrifitria1,*, Ganda E. M. Tampubolon2
  • 1: Pharmacy Study Program, Faculty of Health Sciences, UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Ciputat, 15419, Indonesia
  • 2: Regional General Hospital Tarakan, Jakarta, Indonesia
*Contact email: azrifitria@uinjkt.ac.id

Abstract

Based on PERMENKES No. 72 of 2016 about Pharmaceutical Service in Hospital, this study aimed to determine percentage of patient characteristics, completeness, and accuracies in prescriptions on pharmaceutical and clinical aspects to improve the quality of tuberculosis treatment. A retrospective descriptive study was conducted on 211 pulmonary tuberculosis prescriptions with a purposive sampling method in pharmacy service at a Regional General Hospital in Jakarta from January to December 2018. Most characteristics of patients were male, 26-35 years old, new patients classification, first category tuberculosis treatment, and complete treatment results were 64%, 23%, 92%, 92%, and 90%, respectively. The completeness in pharmaceutical aspects such as dosage form and drug strength were on 51% and 37%, respectively. Accuracies in clinical aspects were 93% for both dose accuracies and frequency of drug administration. Last, there was 2% of drug duplication. Collaboration between physicians and pharmacists plays a significant role in ensuring patient safety and the quality use of medicines.