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Carlotti APCP, Bachette LG, Carmona F, et al. Am J Clin Pathol. 2016;146:701-708.
This autopsy study demonstrated significant discrepancies between clinical and postmortem diagnoses among children who died in the intensive care unit. These results demonstrate the importance of autopsy as an educational tool for clinical teams to improve patient outcomes.
Freitas PS, Silveira RC de CP, Clark AM, et al. J Clin Nurs. 2016;25:1835-47.
Retained surgical items are considered a never event, but they continue to occur. Summarizing the evidence on surgical counts, this review explores risk factors, current processes, and technology solutions to determine best practices for perioperative nurses to prevent instances of retained surgical items.