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A medication assessment tool (MAT) for use in identifying patients who are poorly controlled or well-controlled on oral anticoagulants

Svendsen, K. and Alwi, S. and Fenelon, C. and Giverhaug, T. and Hudson, S. (2009) A medication assessment tool (MAT) for use in identifying patients who are poorly controlled or well-controlled on oral anticoagulants. Pharmacy World and Science, 31 (1). pp. 64-65. ISSN 0928-1231

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Abstract

ESCP 7th spring conference on clinical pharmacy, tackling inequalities in the delivery of pharmaceutical care, 16-19 May 2007, Edinburgh, UK. The objective of this paper is to compare adherence to warfarin guidelines (1-3) using a medication assessment tool (MAT). Examination of MAT as a method for identifying patients who are 'wellcontrolled' or 'poorly controlled'.