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Welcome to Niugini Medical Services Welcome to Niugini Med-Lab Services website. Specialist Clinician & Pathologist-owned & operated Private Medical Laboratory in Port Moresby city, Papua New Guinea. Please visit us at Sect 83, Allot 11, Leander Street, Manu AutoPort (directly opposite Manu Cash & Carry Supermarket Shop, few meters from POM Grammar/Vadavada Roundabout, Thank you.

Niugini Medical Clinic Medicines Usage Policy

1. Medication Administration:
- Medications will only be administered by qualified healthcare professionals authorized to do so.
- Strictly adhere to prescribed dosage and administration guidelines.

2. Prescription Policy
- Prescribe medications based on accurate diagnoses and established medical guidelines.
- Clearly communicate prescription instructions to patients, including dosage, frequency, and any special considerations.

3. Controlled Substances:
- Exercise caution and adhere to strict regulations when prescribing and administering controlled substances.
- Maintain accurate records of controlled substance dispensing and regularly reconcile inventory.

4. Stop-Dose Drugs
- Keep a collection of stop-dose drugs for emergencies or instances requiring immediate intervention.
- Ensure that all stop-dose drugs are within their expiration dates and regularly check for any recalls or updates.

5. Medication Storage:
- Store medications in accordance with manufacturer guidelines and applicable regulations.
- Regularly monitor and document medication storage conditions, including temperature and humidity.

6. Patient Education:
- Provide patients with comprehensive information about prescribed medications, including potential side effects and interactions.
- Encourage patients to report any adverse reactions promptly.

7. Allergies and Sensitivities:
- Maintain up-to-date records of patient allergies and sensitivities.
- Cross-check patient records before prescribing or administering medications to prevent adverse reactions.

8. Emergency Medications:
- Ensure the availability of emergency medications for immediate intervention.
- Regularly review and update the list of emergency medications based on current medical standards.

9. Documentation:
- Maintain accurate and detailed records of all medications prescribed, administered, or dispensed.
- Document patient responses to medications and any reported side effects.

10. Drug Interactions:
- Be vigilant about potential drug interactions and contraindications.
- Utilize electronic prescribing systems or reference materials to cross-check potential interactions.

11. Disposal of Expired Medications:
- Regularly audit and dispose of expired medications in compliance with environmental regulations.
- Educate staff on proper disposal procedures for expired or unused medications.

12. Continuous Training:
- Provide ongoing training to healthcare professionals on the latest developments in drug therapy.
- Ensure staff members are aware of updates to medication guidelines and protocols.

13. Adverse Event Reporting:
- Establish a system for reporting and addressing adverse drug events promptly.
- Conduct regular reviews of reported events to identify trends and implement preventive measures.

14. Quality Assurance:
- Implement a continuous quality assurance program to monitor and improve medication-related practices.
- Regularly review and update the drug usage policy based on best practices and regulatory changes.

This drug usage policy is designed to ensure the safe and effective use of medications at Niugini Medical Clinic, promoting patient well-being and compliance with regulatory standards. All healthcare professionals are expected to adhere to these guidelines in their practice.