Patient Safety Alert 10: Sepsis: Early Recognition and Treatment (PDF)
The AMC PSO in conjunction with CRICO’s Patient Safety Department has continued to analyze OB-related malpractice claims along with real-time root cause analysis information to identify trends, respond to present system vulnerabilities, and educate members on new emerging risks.
The sequence of events following the development of a complication can be very different depending on whether established hospital pathways or communication systems exist.
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- Understanding the Warning Signs: The first step in early recognition and treatment of sepsis is to recognize which patients are at high risk
More AMC PSO Content
Publications such as whitepapers and guidelines derived from the AMC PSO convenings.
Programmable Medical Equipment Risks and Interventions
The AMC PSO has identified a series of practices employed to address the factors that can contribute to risk associated with programmable medical devices.
Wrong Site Surgery Report
The AMC PSO has identified the a series of practices employed to address the factors that can contribute to a wrong-site surgery.
The Risks of Programmable Medical Equipment
The AMC PSO has identified a broad array of programmable medical devices and made several recommendations to decrease risk due to user fallibility, equipment complexity, and highly variable processes.
PCA Pump Alarm Safety Concerns
The AMC PSO has identified a series of practices employed to address the factors that can contribute to risk associated with ambulatory pumps.
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