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Gephart SM, McGrath JM, Effken JA. J Perinat Neonatal Nurs. 2011;25:275-282.
This commentary suggests numerous strategies to reduce the incidence of failure to rescue in the neonatal intensive care unit.
Journal Article > Study
Inattentional blindness and failures to rescue the deteriorating patient in critical care, emergency and perioperative settings: four case scenarios.
Jones A, Johnstone MJ. Aust Crit Care. 2017;30:219-223.
This qualitative study combined the narratives of various critical care nurses into four representative scenarios demonstrating failure to recognize clinically deteriorating patients. The authors describe inattentional blindness, a concept in which individuals in high-complexity environments can miss an important event because of competing attentional tasks, as a key factor in these failure-to-rescue events.