Survey found that a patient safety checklist may help prevent “dead In bed” syndrome.
by Michael Wong
In our recently conducted survey among healthcare providers, almost all the respondents (85%) favor the development and use of safety checklists.
Because of this strong desire of healthcare professionals to have a checklist, PPAHS is putting together a working group to create a checklist targeted towards patient-controlled analgesia. This checklist would reinforce the need for continuous electronic monitoring for oxygenation and ventilation. Continue reading “Preventing “Dead In Bed Syndrome” with Patients After Surgery”