Multiple intravenous infusions phase 1b: practice and training scan.

  title={Multiple intravenous infusions phase 1b: practice and training scan.},
  author={Andrea L Cassano-Pich{\'e} and Mark Fan and Shirley Sabovitch and Caterina Masino and Anthony C. Easty},
  journal={Ontario health technology assessment series},
  volume={12 16},
BACKGROUND Minimal research has been conducted into the potential patient safety issues related to administering multiple intravenous (IV) infusions to a single patient. Previous research has highlighted that there are a number of related safety risks. In Phase 1a of this study, an analysis of 2 national incident-reporting databases (Institute for Safe Medical Practices Canada and United States Food and Drug Administration MAUDE) found that a high percentage of incidents associated with the… CONTINUE READING
5 Citations
46 References
Similar Papers


Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 46 references

Medical device recall listings. Recall Number 59149 leaking 3-way large bore stopcocks recall start date 2010 Oct 29: Baxter Healthcare Corporation [Internet

  • Health Canada
  • Ottawa: Health Canada: 2010 Dec
  • 2012
Highly Influential
5 Excerpts

Opening doors to nursing degrees: a proposal from Ontario's colleges [Internet

  • Colleges Ontario
  • Toronto: Colleges Ontario; 2010 Jun [cited 2012…
  • 2012
3 Excerpts

Turner Department of Nursing Annual Report 2009–2010

  • P. Mount Sinai Hospital. Gerald
  • [Internet]. Toronto: Mount Sinai Hospital; 2010…
  • 2012

Checking it twice: developing and implementing an effective method for independent-double checking of high-risk clinical procedures [Internet

  • AC Easty, J Moser, K Trip, S Hyland, P Savage, J. Cafazzo
  • Toronto: Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI…
  • 2011
2 Excerpts

Choosing safer medical technology: how human factors methods can help in the procurement process

  • A Cassano-Piché, J Cafazzo, A Chagpar, AC. Easty
  • Biomed Instrum Technol
  • 2010
1 Excerpt

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…