Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey on high-alert
medications (see definition below), and submit your responses by
September 25, 2003, via our website or by faxing to 215-914-1492
if Internet access is unavailable).
High-Alert Medications: Medications that bear a heightened risk
of causing significant patient harm when they are used in error. Although
errors may or may not be more common with these medications, their consequences
are often more devastating.
For Section A, indicate whether YOU believe these drugs or class
of drugs should be considered high-alert medications. For Section
B, indicate whether YOUR PRACTICE SITE considers each drug or class
of drugs a high-alert medication, with special precautions in place
when using them.