THE UTILIZATION OF VISUAL BASIC.NET APPLICATION FOR DETERMINATION OF INDIVIDUAL DRUG DOSAGES IN DIABETIC PATIENTS OF CHRONIC RENAL DISORDER COMPLICATIONS
Keywords:Visual BasicNet, Drug dosage, Pharmacokinetic calculations
Â Objective: This research aims to apply the Visual Basic.Net (VB.NET) of individual dose calculations based on the formula of pharmacokinetics for diabetic patients of chronic renal disorder complication in Dr. Pirngadi Hospital because the dosage administered was not based on the patient's creatinine clearance.
Methods: This descriptive research was conducted using a simulated creatinine cleavage calculation using VB.NET programming language applications with variable patient data, the value of creatinine, the name of drug, and dosage.
Results: This study obtained data about the use of drugs 40 patients who met the inclusion criteria of 320 medical records of diabetic patients, there are 6 types of drugs that are not in accordance with the dose based on the calculation of creatinine clearance are ceftriaxone(18 of 18 cases), furosemide (19 of 19 cases), ciprofloxacin (2 of 8 cases), ranitidine (4 of 24 cases), metformin (2 of 7 cases), and captopril (16 of 16 cases).
Conclusions: This research aims to apply the VB.NET is it able to apply individual doses for patients with diabetes complications of renal failure have not been applied in accordance with creatinine clearance calculations at this hospitalwhere this work is difficult to do.
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