Impact of Pharmacist in Cardiology Service on Diabetic Patient's Care Management

2017-07-05 06:53:46 | BioPortfolio


The coverage of the diabetes is a multidisciplinary care, with practitioners' implication(hospital and liberal), and other medical and paramedical profession: doctor, pharmacist, male nurse, nutritionist, etc. In fact there is a real importance of link between hospital and general medecine outside. That's why the pharmacist's presence during the hospitalization seems to be a good alternative to make the link between hospital and the outside pharmacist where patient take his treatment.

Hospital pharmacis proceed to a treatment conciliation at the entrance and at discharge.

By this conciliation the aim of the study is to show and quantify the impact of pharmacist presence on therapeutic target .

Study Design


Cardiomyopathy, Diabetic


pharmacist assessment


Groupe Hospitalier Paris Saint Joseph


Active, not recruiting


Groupe Hospitalier Paris Saint Joseph

Results (where available)

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