Skip to main content
Study

Empowering telemetry technicians and enhancing communication to improve in-hospital cardiac arrest survival.

McCoy C, Keshvani N, Warsi M, et al. Empowering telemetry technicians and enhancing communication to improve in-hospital cardiac arrest survival. BMJ Open Qual. 2023;12(3):e002220. doi:10.1136/bmjoq-2022-002220.

Save
Print
October 4, 2023
McCoy C, Keshvani N, Warsi M, et al. BMJ Open Qual. 2023;12(3):e002220.
View more articles from the same authors.

In-hospital cardiac arrests (IHCAs) are complex clinical scenarios requiring effective communication and teamwork. This study assessed the impact of a bundled, multicomponent intervention to empower telemetry technicians and improve communication between telemetry technicians and other clinicians during in-hospital cardiac arrest. After bundle implementation, researchers observed improvements in IHCA survival.

Save
Print
Cite
Citation

McCoy C, Keshvani N, Warsi M, et al. Empowering telemetry technicians and enhancing communication to improve in-hospital cardiac arrest survival. BMJ Open Qual. 2023;12(3):e002220. doi:10.1136/bmjoq-2022-002220.

Related Resources From the Same Author(s)
Related Resources