Preventable deaths and potentially preventable deaths. What are our errors?

@article{Montmany2016PreventableDA,
  title={Preventable deaths and potentially preventable deaths. What are our errors?},
  author={Sandra Montmany and Anna Pallisera and Pere Rebasa and Andrea Porto Carreiro Campos and Carme Colilles and Alexis Luna and Salvador Zamora Navarro},
  journal={Injury},
  year={2016},
  volume={47 3},
  pages={669-73}
}
BACKGROUND A variety of systems have been applied to identify and address errors in the management of multiple trauma patients. This lack of standardisation represents a serious problem. OBJECTIVES Detect preventable and potentially preventable deaths, and classify all the errors with universal language. METHODS We studied all trauma patients over 16 admitted to the critical care unit or who died before. In multidisciplinary sessions we decided which deaths were preventable, potentially… CONTINUE READING
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