Monday, June 18, 2012

Nurses Deflect Medical Errors In Cardiac Operating Room

A study published in this month's edition of the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses Journal found that circulating nurses prevented or corrected on average 11.11 medical errors related to cardiac surgical procedures. This research demonstrates the important role that nurses play in promoting high-quality care in the operating room, in addition to other areas of healthcare.

To read more about this study at, click here.

To access the Abstract and Full-Text (subscription required) for this study, click here.

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