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Harvard Surgical Chiefs Endorse Automated Detection Technology for Retinal Foreign Objects

Related to: Ambulatory, Communication, Documentation, Emergency Medicine, Nursing, Patient Safety Awareness, Surgery, Teamwork Training

Patient Safety Alert 12: Harvard Surgical Chiefs Endorse Automated Detection Technology for Retained Foreign Objects (PDF)

The AMC PSO has performed an in-depth analysis of patient safety events in the surgical setting and has identified emerging technologies and new strategies to complement existing patient safety protocols.

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Subject matter experts discussed emerging technologies and new strategies that are now available to complement existing patient safety protocols aimed at reducing the incidence of Retained Foreign Objects (RFOs).

  • These include: monitoring surgical items with bar coding or radiofrequency

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For even more patient safety alert material, please review our series of AMC PSO Patient Safety Alerts to understand the variety of topics covered by our members. AMC PSO makes patient safety learnings available to the public as part of CRICO’s ongoing commitment towards improving patient safety across the continuum of care.

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July 31, 2013
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