volume 71, issue 8, P948-954 2016
DOI: 10.1111/anae.13521
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Abstract: SummaryThe objectives of this study were to identify the frequency and nature of flow disruptions in the operating room with respect to three cardiac surgical team members: anaesthetists; circulating nurses; and perfusionists. Data collected from 15 cases and coded using a human factors taxonomy identified 878 disruptions. Significant differences were identified in frequency relative to discipline type. Circulating nurses experienced more coordination disruptions (v 2 (2, N = 110) = 7.136, p < 0.028) and inte…

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