Alarm Management: A Quality Improvement Project to Decreased Non-Actionable Cardiac Telemetry Alarms
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Maine, Jeanine (2018-07-03)
Background: Upwards of 99% of physiological alarms may not require intervention and make monitoring devices unreliable. Over time, the unreliability of monitoring devices creates desensitization and can lead to patient ...
Srinivasa, Ekta (2016-03-17)Session presented on Saturday, July 25, 2015: Abstract: In the recent years, the importance of reducing alarm fatigue in a clinical environment has taken precedence nationally. Alarm management is one of the Joint Commission's ...
Ruppel, Halley; Funk, Marjorie; Kennedy, Holly; Bonafide, Christopher; Wung, Shu-Fen; Whittemore, Robin (2018-03-22)
Background: Alarm fatigue is a well-established patient safety concern in acute care settings. One mechanism for reducing this phenomenon and improving patient care is customization of alarm settings ...