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Prof. N.R. Samaranayake
Prof. N.R. Samaranayake
Professor, Dept of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Faculty of Allied Health
Verified email at sjp.ac.lk
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Safety of antiobesity drugs
BMY Cheung, TT Cheung, NR Samaranayake
Therapeutic advances in drug safety 4 (4), 171-181, 2013
1512013
Technology-related medication errors in a tertiary hospital: a 5-year analysis of reported medication incidents
NR Samaranayake, STD Cheung, WCM Chui, BMY Cheung
International Journal of Medical Informatics 81 (12), 828-833, 2012
652012
Management of obesity in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), 2007–2008
NR Samaranayake, KL Ong, RYH Leung, BMY Cheung
Annals of epidemiology 22 (5), 349-353, 2012
622012
Implementing a bar-code assisted medication administration system: effects on the dispensing process and user perceptions
NR Samaranayake, STD Cheung, K Cheng, K Lai, WCM Chui, ...
International journal of medical informatics 83 (6), 450-458, 2014
382014
Is human cytomegalovirus infection associated with hypertension? the united states national health and nutrition examination survey 1999–2002
C Li, NR Samaranayake, KL Ong, HK Wong, BMY Cheung
PloS one 7 (7), e39760, 2012
352012
The pattern of the discovery of medication errors in a tertiary hospital in Hong Kong
NR Samaranayake, STD Cheung, WCM Chui, BMY Cheung
International journal of clinical pharmacy 35 (3), 432-438, 2013
302013
Patients’ ability to read and understand dosing instructions of their own medicines–a cross sectional study in a hospital and community pharmacy setting
M Manchanayake, G Bandara, NR Samaranayake
BMC health services research 18 (1), 1-8, 2018
232018
Application of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) to improve medication safety: a systematic review
JAL Anjalee, V Rutter, NR Samaranayake
Postgraduate Medical Journal 97 (1145), 168-174, 2021
172021
A narrative review on do’s and don’ts in prescription label writing–lessons for pharmacists
NR Samaranayake, WG Bandara, CMGA Manchanayake
Integreated Pharmacy Research and Practice 7, 53–66, 2018
152018
Pattern of medication errors among inpatients in a resource-limited hospital setting
M Thirumagal, MAR Ahamedbari, NR Samaranayake, CA Wanigatunge
Postgraduate medical journal 93 (1105), 686-690, 2017
142017
The effectiveness of a ‘Do Not Use’list and perceptions of healthcare professionals on error-prone abbreviations
NR Samaranayake, DST Cheung, MPS Lam, TT Cheung, W Chui, ...
International journal of clinical pharmacy 36 (5), 1000-1006, 2014
142014
The pattern of abbreviation use in prescriptions: a way forward in eliminating error-prone abbreviations and standardisation of prescriptions
NR Samaranayake, PRL Dabare, CA Wanigatunge, BMY Cheung
Current drug safety 9 (1), 34-42, 2014
142014
Hay fever and hypertension in the US adult population
C Li, CL Cheung, TT Cheung, NR Samaranayake, BMY Cheung
Clinical and Experimental Hypertension 36 (4), 206-210, 2014
122014
Hay fever and hypertension in the US adult population
C Li, CL Cheung, TT Cheung, NR Samaranayake, BMY Cheung
Clinical and Experimental Hypertension 36 (4), 206-210, 2014
122014
‘Modified STOPP-START criteria for Sri Lanka’; translating to a resource limited healthcare setting by Delphi consensus
NR Samaranayake, A Balasuriya, GH Fernando, D Samaraweera, ...
BMC geriatrics 19 (1), 1-5, 2019
112019
Ten years of clinical trial registration in a resource‐limited setting: Experience of the Sri Lanka clinical trials registry
UK Ranawaka, A de Abrew, M Wimalachandra, N Samaranayake, ...
Journal of Evidence‐Based Medicine 11 (1), 46-50, 2018
112018
Medication safety in hospitals: avoiding medication errors in the medication use process
NR Samaranayake, BMY Cheung
Adv Pharmacoepidemiol Drug Saf 2, 2167-1052.1000134, 2013
112013
Application of failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) to improve medication safety in the dispensing process–a study at a teaching hospital, Sri Lanka
JAL Anjalee, V Rutter, NR Samaranayake
BMC Public Health 21 (1), 1-13, 2021
82021
Are medications safely used by residents in elderly care homes?–A multi-centre observational study from Sri Lanka
SMS Prasanna, TSB Cader, S Sabalingam, LGT Shanika, ...
PloS one 15 (6), e0233486, 2020
82020
Usefulness of STOPP/START criteria to assess appropriateness of medicines prescribed to older adults in a resource-limited setting
UGS Siripala, SPK Premadasa, NR Samaranayake, CA Wanigatunge
International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy 41 (2), 525-530, 2019
82019
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