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Table 3 Examples of conditional items in the I-MeDeSA [18]

From: Reliability, ease of use and usefulness of I-MeDeSA for evaluating drug-drug interaction alerts in an Australian context

(4i) Is the prioritization of alerts indicated appropriately by color (e.g. colors such as red and orange imply a high priority when compared to colors such as green, blue and white)?
(4ii) Does the alert use prioritization with colors other than green and red, to take into consideration users who may be colorblind?
(7iii) Does the alert include an instruction statement telling the user how to avoid the danger or the desired action?
(7iiia) If yes, does the order of recommended tasks reflect the order of required actions?
  1. Bold text indicates major item to which one or more other items are dependent