Bunin S A

Bunin S.A., Galeppo Y.L., KRASILNIKOV M.S., Miroshnichenko Y.V. 746

Objective: to carry out a comparative analysis of the actual consumption of infusion solutions in multidisciplinary medical organizations and the quantities of infusion solutions calculated on the basis of the generated database to determine the need for infusion solutions of each specific multidisciplinary medical organization. Materials and methods: statistical reports, journals of the movement of medicines and prescribing lists of medical histories of patients examined by multidisciplinary medical organizations, as well as data on standards of medical care and clinical recommendations were used as research materials. In the course of the study, methods of retrospective analysis, comparison, correspondence, etc. were used. Results: a comparative analysis of the data on the actual consumption of infusion solutions and the projected need for infusion solutions in multidisciplinary medical organizations, calculated using the generated database to determine the need for infusion solutions, showed an excess (in some cases, significant) of the actual consumption of 0.9% sodium chloride and 5% dextrose solutions in all surveyed multidisciplinary medical organizations compared to with regulations, regulated standards of medical care and clinical recommendations. Conclusions: in order to optimize the provision of infusion solutions to multidisciplinary medical organizations and, accordingly, to increase the effective- ness of medical care, it is important to use data on the structure of patients of multidisciplinary medical organizations and the most common nosological forms, as well as regulatory and reference information on the drug provision of patients with the most common nosological forms of diseases when predicting the need.

Bunin S.A., Galeppo Y.L., KRASILNIKOV M.S., Miroshnichenko Y.V. 746

Objective: to carry out a comparative analysis of the actual consumption of infusion solutions in multidisciplinary medical organizations and the quantities of infusion solutions calculated on the basis of the generated database to determine the need for infusion solutions of each specific multidisciplinary medical organization. Materials and methods: statistical reports, journals of the movement of medicines and prescribing lists of medical histories of patients examined by multidisciplinary medical organizations, as well as data on standards of medical care and clinical recommendations were used as research materials. In the course of the study, methods of retrospective analysis, comparison, correspondence, etc. were used. Results: a comparative analysis of the data on the actual consumption of infusion solutions and the projected need for infusion solutions in multidisciplinary medical organizations, calculated using the generated database to determine the need for infusion solutions, showed an excess (in some cases, significant) of the actual consumption of 0.9% sodium chloride and 5% dextrose solutions in all surveyed multidisciplinary medical organizations compared to with regulations, regulated standards of medical care and clinical recommendations. Conclusions: in order to optimize the provision of infusion solutions to multidisciplinary medical organizations and, accordingly, to increase the effective- ness of medical care, it is important to use data on the structure of patients of multidisciplinary medical organizations and the most common nosological forms, as well as regulatory and reference information on the drug provision of patients with the most common nosological forms of diseases when predicting the need.