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Search results for "Education and Training"
Challenges ahead in technology training: a report on the training initiative of the Committee on Technology.
Olympio MA, Reinke B, Abramovich A. APSF Newsletter. Fall 2006;21:43-48.
The authors describe the complexity of keeping current on new anesthesia equipment and propose an in-depth process for physician and technician training to ensure safe use in the operating room.
Whitehead S. Emergency Medical Services. July 2007.
The author, a paramedic, recounts his experience with an intubation error and discusses patient care errors within the broader context of human error, necessary fallibility, and quality assurance.
Journal Article > Study
Kane BG, Bond WF, Worrilow CC, Richardson DM, on behalf of the Lehigh Valley Hospital Airway Task Force. J Patient Saf. 2006;2:154-161.
The authors describe the development of an airway management process that includes training, airway management protocols, and a standardized airway equipment cart.
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D. John Doyle, MD, PhD ; July-August 2005
Following surgery, a woman receives morphine via a patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) pump. A few hours after arriving on the floor, she is found barely breathing.