Critical Incident During Anaesthesia

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Bogomolets National Medical University

Status

Completed

Conditions

Critical Incident
Safety Issues

Study type

Observational

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT05435287
B77KL32iv5

Details and patient eligibility

About

A multicenter study in Ukrainian hospitals on compliance with the requirements for responding to critical cases in the operating room, and the availability of relevant documentation and checklists.

Full description

Timely information and response to emergencies are important both in the context of patient safety and in the context of the hospital economy. The availability of information systems is one of the security requirements of the Helsinki Declaration of Patient Safety. Ukraine has only just begun its path to implementing the Declaration of Helsinki in Ukrainian hospitals. The level of adherence to the recommendations can vary considerably depending on the region, the provision of the hospital and the effectiveness of the institution's internal management. In our survey of Ukrainian hospitals, only 74% of hospitals kept records of anaesthesia complications in general, with only 46% having separate electronic or paper documents to record complications; Also, the majority of respondent physicians (62.9%) reported the absence of checklists or algorithms for actions in case of emergencies or emergencies during anaesthesia.

Enrollment

92 patients

Sex

All

Ages

18 to 80 years old

Volunteers

No Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

critical incident during anaesthesia: massive hemorrhage >1000ml, difficult intubation, severe hypotension, severe bradycardia, desaturation, cardiac arrest, high spinal block, anesthetic toxicity, miocardial ischemia, severe arhytmia etc

Exclusion criteria

critical incidents without aneasthesia

Trial contacts and locations

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