This research project seeks the participation of general practitioners wishing to contribute to the advancement of research on the treatment of anemia in women aged 18 to 45 years. This project is led by the research team of the research institute of the McGill University Health Center.
Administration of the drug to treat anemia in women has side effects that may reduce the effectiveness of the drug. The objective of the study is to validate whether a change in dosage and frequency of drug administration can decrease side effects and increase absorption.
A therapeutic advisor (alert) is visible in the file of a patient who meets the criteria for the inclusion of the research project. Program enrollment and a clinical tool complement the elements incorporated into the EMR to complete this research project.
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