2009-08-13 / General Stories
Richards Memorial Hospital Standardizes Use of Wristbands
Voluntary Effort Protects Patients
Imagine this scenario: Hospital workers almost fail to rescue a patient who had a cardiopulmonary arrest because the patient had been incorrectly designated as DNR (do-not-resuscitate). The source of confusion was a yellow wristband placed on the patient by a nurse.
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