PharmD Info

A forum for Indian Pharmacy Professionals

Important: Registered today to have the complete access on this forum --- Register Here
Doctor of Pharmacy V Year subjects study materials are available in this forum. It includes Clinical research, Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics, Clinical Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacotherapeutic Drug Monitoring.
Forum rules: Copy Right materials should not be shared or disclosed without proper concern from the respective authors or teachers. If anyone raised copyright issues for any contents, those topics will be deleted by the forum moderators.Moreover, PharmD Info forum will not take any responsibility and it is neither directly nor indirectly involved in any of copy right violations.
#2102
Step-wise method of calculating defined Defined Daily Doses DDD with example its explained.

Requirements to calculate DDDs and DDD/1000 Patient Days (for hospitals that do not have automated reports of this data):

A report of your antimicrobial usage for the time period and ward/hospital unit you want to analyze

Patient days for the time period of the ward/hospital unit you want to analyze

MSH + UHN ASP WHO Antimicrobial DDD Quick Reference List, or access to the WHO DDD website (www.whocc.no)

An Excel spreadsheet

Possibly a calculator

To find the Step wise DDD Calculation method with example Download the below file

how_to_calculate_ddds_final.pdf
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
Similar Topics
Topics Statistics Last post
0 Replies 
491 Views
by rahmatulla.syed
17 Jan 2018, 18:59
0 Replies 
1583 Views
by unbreakable
04 May 2017, 11:15
Patient Education Leaflet on Glaucoma
by indianblue  - 28 Sep 2017, 20:58  - In: Patient Education
0 Replies 
1825 Views
by indianblue
28 Sep 2017, 20:58
0 Replies 
281 Views
by Admin
17 Feb 2019, 22:08
0 Replies 
30 Views
by Admin
13 Oct 2017, 15:39

Tags

I am interested in the summer school of Ooty on ap[…]

Thanks for providing this questions.Helpful post

Indian Navy invites applications for the following[…]

Note: All Ph.D. Scholars (Full Time or Part Time) […]

WELCOME TO OUR E-LEARN COURSE WORK MODULES