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Tall Man lettering and potential prescription errors: a time series analysis of 42 children's hospitals in the USA over 9 years
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    Response to 'Tall Man lettering and potential prescription errors: a time series analysis of 42 children's hospitals in the USA over 9 years' by Feudtner et al
    • Zahra Kiani, Assistant Professor of clinical pharmacology
    • Other Contributors:
      • Tooba Kazemi. Massoud Siadat

    We were very interested to read the recent article by Feudtner et a,1 which has stated that Tall Man lettering has not changed the rate of look- alike sound-alike (LASA) related prescription or dispensing medication errors significantly in 42 children`s hospitals form 2004 to 2012. Feudtner et al`s study is a very valuable work because they performed an extensive statistical analysis on routine medication pairs of their h...

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