Using RFID Yoking Proof Protocol to Enhance Inpatient Medication Safety

@article{Chen2011UsingRY,
  title={Using RFID Yoking Proof Protocol to Enhance Inpatient Medication Safety},
  author={Chin-Ling Chen and Chun-Yi Wu},
  journal={Journal of Medical Systems},
  year={2011},
  volume={36},
  pages={2849-2864}
}
The low birth rate has led to an aging society; the burgeoning number of elderly patients may affect the medical quality and result in negative medical incidents. There are many factors that lead to medical errors, such as similar medication names, erroneous labels and packaging, as well as staff shortages, fatigue and carelessness. Determining how to reduce medical errors has become an important issue. As RFID exhibits powerful identification characteristics, it can help nurses to quickly… CONTINUE READING
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