Auditing of Monitoring and Respiratory Support Equipment in a Level III-C Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

@inproceedings{BergnSendn2015AuditingOM,
  title={Auditing of Monitoring and Respiratory Support Equipment in a Level III-C Neonatal Intensive Care Unit},
  author={Elena Berg{\'o}n-Send{\'i}n and Carmen Perez-Grande and David Lora-Pablos and Javier de la Cruz B{\'e}rtolo and Mar{\'i}a Teresa Moral-Pumarega and Gerardo Bustos-Lozano and Carmen Rosa Pall{\'a}s-Alonso},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Random safety audits (RSAs) are a safety tool but have not been widely used in hospitals. OBJECTIVES To determine the frequency of proper use of equipment safety mechanisms in relation to monitoring and mechanical ventilation by performing RSAs. The study also determined whether factors related to the patient, time period, or characteristics of… CONTINUE READING