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Errors of Observation and their Treatment

2004 nian ban

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        LC ClassificationsMar 22, 2012
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 138 p. :
        Number of Pages87
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        ISBN 109401169292

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Advances in patient safety: from research to implementation: Vol. Among the respondents, 61 percent reported one error and 38 percent reported making between two and five errors during a 2-week period.

Error Reporting and Disclosure

Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; Feb, 2005. The degree of harm caused by errors and whether patients and others were aware of errors were related to disclosure preferences.Voluntary Versus Mandatory Reporting The IOM differentiated between mandatory and voluntary reporting of health care errors. In fact, if an error occurred, 96 percent of nurses and Errors of Observation and their Treatment than 90 percent of physicians, administrators, and pharmacists would have assigned patient safety responsibility to nurses.

Health Care Error-Communication Strategies An error report may be transmitted internally to health care agency administrators, managers, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, laboratory technicians, other caregivers, and agency legal counsel.

These and other barriers to reporting and disclosing errors must be breached to accomplish safer health care. The challenge is how this team training element might be successfully initiated and consistently reinforced in acute care hospitals, critical access hospitals, nursing homes, long-term care facilities, and other agencies.

Reporting reduces the number of future errors, diminishing personal suffering and decreasing financial costs. Similar findings were found using error scenarios, where nurses believed that error reporting was a professional responsibility and that nurses should report the errors made by other nurses if they did not do so themselves.

There were more reported errors in the elderly, hemodialysis patients, and those with problematic types of behavior. Root-cause analysis is a systematic investigation of the reported event to discover the underlying causes. While the studies included in this analysis provide important insight into what is being reported, they were primarily descriptive and none were nonrandomized or randomized controlled trials.

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Larger hospitals tended to be more hierarchical in nature. Advances in patient safety: from research to implementation: Vol. Another survey found that pediatric nurses estimated that 67 percent of medication errors were reported, while adult nurses estimated 56 percent.near miss incident reporting.serious patient injury or death.

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