2021
DOI: 10.1007/s43678-021-00118-7 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Introduction Trauma resuscitation at dedicated trauma centers typically consist of ad-hoc teams performing critical tasks in a time-limited manner. This creates a high stakes environment apt or avoidable errors. Reporting of errors in trauma resuscitation is generally center-dependent and lacks common terminology. Methods We conducted a systematic review by searching Ovid Medline, Scopus and Embase from inception to February 24, 2021 for errors in adult trauma resuscitation. English studies published after 200… Show more

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“…An initial list of AEs based on a completed systematic review and clinical experience was drafted by BN. 5 This list was then shared with the investigating team that included two emergency physician/trauma team leaders who are experts in human factors and medical education (AP, CMH) and two trauma surgeons with expertise in trauma team assessment (RPD, MWC). Each team member added additional AEs based on their perspectives.…”
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“…An initial list of AEs based on a completed systematic review and clinical experience was drafted by BN. 5 This list was then shared with the investigating team that included two emergency physician/trauma team leaders who are experts in human factors and medical education (AP, CMH) and two trauma surgeons with expertise in trauma team assessment (RPD, MWC). Each team member added additional AEs based on their perspectives.…”
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“…In round 1, participants received the list of 57 AEs developed from a systematic review. 5 Participants were asked to rate AEs on a scale of 1-7: ► 1-3: Not important, should not be included in the final list of adverse events. ► 4-6: Important, should be included in the final list of adverse events.…”
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“…Table 1 Additional categories and suggested modifications to the proposed classification system of trauma errors proposed by Nikouline et al [1] a Additional category b Suggested modifications to category proposed by Nikouline et al [1] Category Topics Staff safety and safe practice a Blood and body fluid exposure, sharps injury, violence towards staff Systems issues due to deviations from system-specific processes or protocols a…”
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“…In this issue of CJEM, Nikouline and colleagues [1] report the results of a systematic review to identify and codify the types of errors made in adult trauma resuscitation. As reporting of errors in trauma resuscitation often varies between centers with inconsistent use of terminology [2], one potential benefit of the review is to take us closer toward developing a consistent terminology and classification system for errors in trauma resuscitation.…”
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