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ISMP Medication Safety Alert! Acute Care Edition. April 25, 2019.
Newborns assigned temporary names are at increased risk for patient misidentification and wrong-patient errors. This newsletter article reports on the role of electronic health records in newborn misidentification and the unintended consequences associated with a Joint Commission set of recommendations to reduce risk.
Quick Safety. March 27, 2018;(40):1-2.
Falls are a common patient safety concern for adults but are rarely discussed as a threat to newborn safety. This newsletter article provides a definition for a newborn fall or drop, highlights factors that increase risks of such incidents, and offers recommendations to augment safety such as rounding to monitor parent fatigue and reporting of events to inform improvements.
O'Reilly KB. American Medical News. June 16, 2008;15:17.
This article reports on an initiative to prevent birth injuries through improved communication techniques and evidence-based care interventions.
Barbella M. Drug Topics. October 8, 2007;151:18.
This article reports how a failure to perform medication reconciliation during patient transfer led to a mother being separated from her newborn daughter for several months.
Zimmerman R. Wall Street Journal. February 6, 2007:A1.
This article reports on a mother's campaign to educate parents about kernicterus and to make bilirubin tests standard for all newborns.