DRUG RELATED PROBLEM ASSOCIATED WITH THE TREATMENT FOR CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE (CHF) AND ACUTE MIOCARDIAL INFARCTION IN PGI CIKINI HOSPITAL
*Aprilita Rina Yanti, Muhammad Ashar Muslimin and Diana Laila
Journal Title:World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research
Congestive Heart failure (CHF) is the condition where the heart gets
the failure to pump out the blood. The deviation of this heart function
is caused by the coronary atherosclerosis that disturb the cardiac
contraction through the miocard infarct and iskemia. The patient Mr.
AS, age 55 years old entered the PGI Hospital Cikini on 9
February 2014 with the chronic miocard infarct diagnose (coronary
heart disease), Congestive Heart Failure, breathless, sweety, sleep
disorders, get tired easily, nause, vomiting, and swelling on feet.
Patient has treated with heparin, KSR, Digoxin, ranitidine, ascardia,
lactulac, plavix and durefo for hospitalized. Basically, there are 2 interventions that have
been done during the clerking of this patient, those are inappropriate dosage regimen (the
dose is too low) and drug interaction (ranitidin and ascardia; durefo and digoxin; plavix and
heparin; heparin and ascardia; digoxin and ascardia; plavix and digoxin).