Management of uterotonic drugs used for AMTSL Name of presenter Prevention of Postpartum Hemorrhage Initiative (POPPHI) Project PATH. Objectives. 3b - 1. By the end of this topic, learners will be able to : Describe recommendations for storing uterotonic drugs used for AMTSL.
Name of presenterPrevention of Postpartum Hemorrhage Initiative (POPPHI) ProjectPATH
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Hm….maybe that’s because she doesn’t want to be bothered with managing our drugs.
Consequences of poor drug management
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Maybe I ordered too much….
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Refer to Learning Activity 3.4, question 1 (page 17 in the Learner’s Notebook):
The pharmacy manager is preparing her monthly order request and would like to calculate how many ampoules of oxytocin 10 IU to order. When she carried out an inventory, she counted 50 ampoules of oxytocin 10 UI, of which 4 ampoules were expired. The average monthly consumption is 30 ampoules of oxytocin (10 UI). How many ampoules should the pharmacy manager order?
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In areas where medications are stored
…what can affect the quality of medications you use ?
These expire later than the tins behind them. Which should I use first?
Tools for keeping track of uterotonic drugs include:
Document movement of uterotonic drugs in at least two different management tools to guarantee accurate information and accountability