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CT healthcare failure mode effect analysis (HFMEA): the misadministration of IV contrast in outpatients.

@article{OuellettePiazzo2007CTHF,
  title={CT healthcare failure mode effect analysis (HFMEA): the misadministration of IV contrast in outpatients.},
  author={Kathy Ouellette-Piazzo and Benjamin A Asfaw and J. E. Cowen},
  journal={Radiology management},
  year={2007},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={
          36-44; quiz 45-7
        }
}
This article aims to inform and educate healthcare organizations about one of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) patient safety goals. [] Key Method The goal of the HFMEA performed at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) was to prevent the misadministration of IV contrast in outpatients in the CT department.

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