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dc.contributor.authorCoronado Vázquez, María del Valle
dc.contributor.authorGómez Salgado, Juan 
dc.contributor.authorCerezo Espinosa de los Monteros, Javier
dc.contributor.authorAyuso Murillo, Diego
dc.contributor.authorRuiz Frutos, Carlos
dc.identifier.citationCoronado Vázquez, V., Gómez Salgado, J., Cerezo Espinosa de los Monteros, J., Ayuso Murillo, D., Ruiz Frutos, C. (2019). Shared Decision-Making in Chronic Patients with Polypharmacy: An Interventional Study for Assessing Medication Appropriateness. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 8(6), 904.
dc.description.abstractPotentially inappropriate medications are associated with polypharmacy and polypathology. Some interventions such as pharmacotherapy reviews have been designed to reduce the prescribing of inappropriate medications. The objective of this study is to evaluate how e ective a decision-making support tool is for determining medication appropriateness in patients with one or more chronic diseases (hypertension, dyslipidaemia, and/or diabetes) and polypharmacy in the primary care setting. For this, a quasi-experimental study (randomised, controlled and multicentre) has been developed. The study compares an intervention group, which assesses medication appropriateness by applying a decision support tool, with a control group that follows the usual clinical practice. The intervention included a decision support tool in paper format, where participants were informed about polypharmacy, inappropriate medications, associated problems and available alternatives, as well as shared decision-making. This is an informative guide aimed at helping patients with decision-making by providing them with information about the secondary risks associated with inappropriate medications in their treatment, according to the Beers and START/STOPP criteria. The outcome measure was the proportion of medication appropriateness. The proportion of patients who confirmed medication appropriateness after six months of follow-up is greater in the intervention group (32.5%) than in the control group (27.9%) p = 0.008. The probability of medication appropriateness, which was calculated by the proportion of drugs withdrawn or replaced according to the STOPP/Beers criteria and those initiated according to the START criteria, was 2.8 times higher in the intervention group than in the control group (OR = 2.8; 95% CI 1.3–6.1) p = 0.008. In patients with good adherence to the treatment, the percentage of appropriateness was 62.1% in the shared decision-making group versus 37.9% in the control group (p = 0.005). The use of a decision-making support tool in patients with potentially inappropriate medications increases the percentage of medication appropriateness when compared to the usual clinical practice.es_ES
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dc.subject.otherInappropriate medicationses_ES
dc.subject.otherDecision-making support toolses_ES
dc.titleShared Decision-Making in Chronic Patients with Polypharmacy: An Interventional Study for Assessing Medication Appropriatenesses_ES

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