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Table 2 Drug classes involved in interventions (N = 740)

From: Evaluation of the implementation of a clinical pharmacy service on an acute internal medicine ward in Italy

Drug Class (ATC level 2) Interventions n (%)
Antibacterials for systemic use (J01) 82 (11.1)
Anti-parkinson drugs (N04) 80 (10.8)
Psycholeptics (N05) 76 (10.3)
Analgesics (N02) 71 (9.6)
Drugs for acid related disorders (A02) 68 (9.2)
Drugs used in diabetes (A10) 65 (8.8)
Lipid modifying agents (C10) 60 (8.1)
Vitamins (A11) 41 (5.5)
Psychoanaleptics (N06) 38 (5.1)
Beta blocking agents (C07) 33 (4.5)
Antianemic preparations (B03) 19 (2.6)
Diuretics (C03) 18 (2.4)
Antithrombotic agents (B01) 15 (2.0)
Calcium channel blockers (C08) 10 (1.4)
Drugs for obstructive airway diseases (R03) 10 (1.4)
Cardiac therapy (C01) 6 (0.8)
Miscellaneous 48 (6.5)