“Interruptions during medication administration have been implicated as a potential contributory factor” Raban et al (2014).
“The presentation of choices within an electronic prescribing system influenced the delivery of evidence-based interventions in a predictable way and the effect was well sustained” Bourdeaux et al (2014).
“The patient died 2 years later from unrelated streptococcal pneumonia complicated by septicaemia and multiorgan failure. The postmortem discovered a central venous guidewire in the IVC across the right atrium into SVC” Lee et al (2014).
“This systematic review and meta-analysis examines the impact of quality improvement interventions on central line-associated bloodstream infections in adult ICUs.” Blot et al (2014).
“Our findings suggest that clinically relevant reduction of hospital-wide CLABSI was reached with a comprehensive, multidisciplinary and multimodal quality improvement programme including aspects of behavioural change and key principles of good implementation practice.” Zingg et al (2014).