Adverse events in New Zealand public hospitals I: occurrence and impact.

@article{Davis2002AdverseEI,
  title={Adverse events in New Zealand public hospitals I: occurrence and impact.},
  author={Peter C. Davis and Roy Lay-Yee and Robin Briant and Wasan K. Ali and Alastair Scott and Stephan A. Schug},
  journal={The New Zealand medical journal},
  year={2002},
  volume={115 1167},
  pages={
          U271
        }
}
AIM To assess the occurrence and impact of adverse events in New Zealand public hospitals. METHODS Two-stage retrospective review of 6579 medical records, selected by systematic list sample from admissions for 1998 in 13 generalist hospitals providing acute care. After initial screening, medical records were reviewed by trained medical practitioners using a standardised protocol. RESULTS Except for hospital stay, the sample appeared to be closely representative of New Zealand public… CONTINUE READING

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