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eng The correlation between patient safety culture and regional anesthesia development
Periodicum biologorum Vol. 115, No. 2, 2013
Background and purpose: Through the development of security systems, improvement of knowledge and skills, and cooperation with other professions anesthesiologists have become leaders in improving patient safety and creators of a positive culture of patient safety among health professionals in the developing countries. Taking the significant progress made in regional anesthesia in Croatia as an indicator of the aforementioned role that anesthesiologists play within the health care system of transitional societies such as Croatian, researc...
Hrčak ID: 105993

hrv Osobitosti kulture bolesnikove sigurnosti u Općoj bolnici Bjelovar i bolnicama sličnih karakteristika
eng Specific Features of Patient Safety Culture at the Bjelovar General Hospital and Hospitals of Similar Profile
Šklebar, Ivan
Za poboljšanje bolesnikove sigurnosti od presudne je važnosti stvaranje kulture bolesnikove sigurnosti u zdravstvenim organizacij ama među zdravstvenim djelatnicima svih profi la. Za procjenu ili mjerenje kulture bolesnikove sigurnosti razvij en je niz alata. Najšire se primjenjuje Upitnik o kulturi bolesnikove sigurnosti u bolnici (HSOPSC), razvij en u okviru Agencij e za istraživanje i kvalitetu zdravstvene skrbi (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality – AHRQ). Cilj rada bio je da se primjenom AHRQ upitnika procij eni stanje kulture bolesnikov...
Hrčak ID: 163193

eng Overview on patient safety in healthcare and laboratory diagnostics
Lippi, Giuseppe; Simundic, Ana-Maria; Mattiuzzi, Camilla
Biochemia Medica Vol. 20, No. 2, 2010
The healthcare context is characterized by a high degree of complexity. Despite eager efforts of the healthcare personnel, sometimes things go wrong and produce unintentional harm to the patients. As such, patient safety must be considered as one of leading healthcare challenges. Some foremost studies have highlighted that serious medical errors might occur rather frequently, jeopardizing patient's health and costing a huge amount of money to the healthcare system. A medical error is traditionally defined as an unintended act, the failure of a...
Hrčak ID: 53155

eng Complications associated with implantation and use of totally implantable venous access port in pediatric and adult patients: a scoping review
Klanjšek, Petra; Grm, Katarina; Nerat, Jasmina; Cilar, Leona
Sestrinski glasnik Vol. 26, No. 2, 2021
Introduction: The use of totally implantable venous access port systems (TIVAPS) is crucial for long-term intravenous treatment in children and adults patients. The purpose of this article is to examine the extent of existing research on complications related to implantation and management of TIVAPS. Methods: A scoping review was performed from September to December in 2019. The MEDLINE, CINAHL and PubMed databases were used to review and analyse the literature using various combinations of keywords and their English-language synonyms. Quantit...
Hrčak ID: 261392

eng Dermatobia Hominis Infestation Misdiagnosed as Abscesses in a Traveler to Spain
Rodriguez-Cerdeira, carmen; Carnero Gregorio, Miguel; Arenas Guzman, Roberto
Acta Dermatovenerologica Croatica Vol. 26, No. 3, 2018
<p>No abstract available.</p>
Hrčak ID: 207017

eng Analysis of laboratory critical values at a referral Spanish tertiary university hospital
Arbiol-Roca, Ariadna; Corral-Comesaña, Sofía; Cano-Corres, Ruth; Castro-Castro, María José; Dastis-Arias, Macarena; Dot-Bach, Dolors
Biochemia Medica Vol. 29, No. 1, 2019
Introduction: The aim of this study was to analyse critical value data from our laboratory and compare our critical value reporting policy with others in the literature. Materials and methods: Analysis of critical values was performed on data obtained over a 6-month period in a tertiary university hospital. Results: We identified 5723 critical values, of which approximately 80% came from STAT testing (4577), 15% from routine inpatients testing (884) and 5% from routine outpatients testing (262). The highest proportion of critical values cor...
Hrčak ID: 213858

eng Reuse of single-use surgical equipment - Survey on current practice and attitudes in Croatia
Mihanović, Jakov; Pogorelić, Zenon; Skitarelić, Nataša; Karlo, Robert; Jukić, Miro; Stipančić, Igor
Medica Jadertina Vol. 51, No. 2, 2021
Aims: To gain an insight into current practice and attitudes regarding the reuse of single-use surgical equipment among surgeons and surgical residents in Croatia. Methods: During May 2020, an online survey was shared among Croatian surgeons and surgical residents via email link. The survey included 10 questions seeking information on respondents’ current positions at their departments, real-life practice about reusing single-use instruments, personal attitudes and knowledge about the current law frame. Results: The majority of 53 participant...
Hrčak ID: 260333

eng Confidence level in venipuncture and knowledge on causes of in vitro hemolysis among healthcare professionals
Milutinović, Dragana; Andrijević, Ilija; Ličina, Milijana; Andrijević, Ljiljana
Biochemia Medica Vol. 25, No. 3, 2015
Introduction: This study aimed to assess confidence level of healthcare professionals in venipuncture and their knowledge on the possible causes of in vitro hemolysis. Materials and methods: A sample of 94 healthcare professionals (nurses and laboratory technicians) participated in this survey study. A four-section questionnaire was used as a research instrument comprising general information for research participants, knowledge on possible causes of in vitro hemolysis due to type of material used and venipuncture technique and specimen handli...
Hrčak ID: 148684

eng Utility of routine laboratory preoperative tests based on previous results: Time to give up
Rodríguez – Borja, Enrique; Corchon – Peyrallo, Africa; Aguilar – Aguilar, Gerardo; Carratala – Calvo, Arturo
Biochemia Medica Vol. 27, No. 3, 2017
Introduction: The usefulness and cost-effectiveness of routine laboratory preoperative tests (POTs) have been challenged recently. In fact, the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) Task Force has stated that test results obtained from the medical record within 6 months of surgery generally are mostly acceptable. The aim of our study was to evaluate the degree of utility of POTs and their clinical benefit based on this recommendation. Material and methods: We studied retrospectively every routine POT request from 8 randomly selected we...
Hrčak ID: 187596

eng Utilization of biological variation data in the interpretation of laboratory test results – survey about clinicians’ opinion and knowledge
Emre, Humeyra Ozturk; Karpuzoglu, Fatma Hande; Coskun, Cihan; Sezer, Ebru Demirel; Ozturk, Ozlem Goruroglu; Ucar, Fatma; Cubukcu, Hikmet Can; Arslan, Fatma Demet; Deniz, Levent; Senes, Mehmet; Serteser, Mustafa; Yazici, Cevat; Yucel, Dogan; Coskun, Abdurrahman
Biochemia Medica Vol. 31, No. 1, 2021
Introduction: To interpret test results correctly, understanding of the variations that affect test results is essential. The aim of this study is: 1) to evaluate the clinicians’ knowledge and opinion concerning biological variation (BV), and 2) to investigate if clinicians use BV in the interpretation of test results. Materials and methods: This study uses a questionnaire comprising open-ended and close-ended questions. Questions were selected from the real-life numerical examples of interpretation of test results, the knowledge about main...
Hrčak ID: 252082