Verpleegkunde Nummer 3 , pp. 23-28
sep 2019, jaargang 34
Verpleegkunde Nr. 3 , pp. 23-28
sep 2019, jr. 34
Proefschrift

Niet-pluisgevoel van verpleegkundigen

De rol van subjectieve signalen bij vroege herkenning van klinische achteruitgang bij chirurgische patiënten

Vroege herkenning en behandeling van vitaal bedreigde patiënten op verpleegafdelingen in ziekenhuizen is belangrijk om de kans op een hartstilstand, ongeplande intensive-care (IC)-opname of onverwacht overlijden te verminderen (1). Dit proefschrift beschrijft de rol van het verpleegkundig niet-pluisgevoel binnen het proces van vroege herkenning van verslechtering bij chirurgische patiënten.

Literatuur

  1. Winters BD, DeVita MA. Rapid Response Systems History and Terminology. In: DeVita MA, Hillman K, Bellomo R, eds. Textbook of Rapid Response Systems: concept and implementation. Vol 1. New York: Springer; 2011. p. 3-12.
  2. DeVita MA, Hillman K, Bellomo R, editors. Textbook of Rapid Response Systems: concept and implementation. New York: Springer; 2011.
  3. Gao H, McDonnell A, Harrison DA, et al. Systematic review and evaluation of physiological track and trigger warning systems for identifying at-risk patients on the ward. Intensive Care Med 2007;33(4):667-79.
  4. National Early Warning Score. 2012. Te raadplegen via: https://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/projects/outputs/nationalearly- warning-score-news-2
  5. Devita MA, Bellomo R, Hillman K, et al. Findings of the first consensus conference on medical emergency teams. Crit Care Med 2006;34(9):2463-78.
  6. Odell M, Rechner IJ, Kapila A, et al. The effect of a critical care outreach service and an early warning scoring system on respiratory rate recording on the general wards. Resuscitation 2007;74(3):470-5.
  7. Astroth KS, Woith WM, Stapleton SJ, et al. Qualitative exploration of nurses’ decisions to activate rapid response teams. J Clin Nurs 2013;22(19-20):2876-82.
  8. Mackintosh N, Rainey H, Sandall J. Understanding how rapid response systems may improve safety for the acutely ill patient: learning from the frontline. BMJ Qual Saf 2012;21(2):135-44.
  9. Andrews T, Waterman H. Packaging: a grounded theory of how to report physiological  eterioration effectively. J Adv Nurs 2005;52(5):473-481.
  10. Endsley MR. Toward a theory of situation awareness in dynamic systems. Hum Fact 1995;37(1):32-64.
  11. Stubbings L, Chaboyer W, McMurray A. Nurses’ use of situation awareness in decision-making: an integrative review. J Adv Nurs 2012;68(7):1443-53.
  12. Tower M, Chaboyer W. Situation awareness and documentation of changes that affect patient outcomes in progress notes. J Clin Nurs 2014;23(9-10):1403-10.
  13. Hammond KR. Principles of organization in intuitive and analytical cognition (Report 231). 1981.
  14. Buist MD, Moore GE, Bernard SA, et al. Effects of a medical emergency team on reduction of incidence of and mortality from unexpected cardiac arrests in hospital: preliminary study. BMJ 2002;324(7334):387-90.
  15. Hodgetts TJ, Kenward G, Vlachonikolis IG, et al. The identification of risk factors for cardiac arrest and formulation of activation criteria to alert a medical emergency team. Resuscitation 2002;54(2):125-31.
  16. Jacques T, Harrison GA, McLaws ML, et al. Signs of critical conditions and emergency responses (SOCCER): a model for predicting adverse events in the inpatient setting. Resuscitation 2006;69(2):175-83.
  17. Smith GB, Prytherch DR, Meredith P, et al. The ability of the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) to discriminate patients at risk of early cardiac arrest, unanticipated intensive care unit admission, and death. Resuscitation 2013;84(4):465-70.
  18. McDonnell A, Tod A, Bray K, et al. A before and after study assessing the impact of a new model for recognizing and responding to early signs of deterioration in an acute hospital. J Adv Nurs 2013;69(1):41-52.
  19. Greaves J, Greaves D, Gallagher H, et al. Doctors and nurses have different priorities in using the Modified Early Warning Score protocol. Br J Aanaesth 2016;116(2):298.
  20. Cherry PG, Jones CP. Attitudes of nursing staff towards a Modified Early Warning System. Br J Nurs 2015;24(16):812-8.
  21. Bellomo R, Ackerman M, Bailey M, et al. A controlled trial of electronic automated advisory vital signs monitoring in general hospital wards. Crit Care Med 2012;40(8):2349-61.
  22. Schmidt PE, Meredith P, Prytherch DR, et al. Impact of introducing an electronic physiological surveillance system on hospital mortality. BMJ Qual Saf 2015;24(1):10-20.
  23. Subbe CP, Duller B, Bellomo R. Effect of an automated notification system for deteriorating ward patients on clinical outcomes. Crit Care 2017;21(1):52.
  24. Kollef MH, Heard K, Chen Y, et al. Mortality and length of stay trends following implementation of a rapid response system and real-time automated clinical deterioration alerts. Am J Med Qual 2017;32(1):12-18.
  25. Zimlichman E, Szyper-Kravitz M, Shinar Z, et al. Early recognition of acutely deteriorating patients in nonintensive care units: assessment of an innovative monitoring technology. J Hosp Med 2012;7(8):628-33.
  26. Bonafide CP, Localio AR, Holmes JH, et al. Video analysis of factors associated with response time to physiologic monitor alarms in a children’s hospital. JAMA Pediatr
    2017;171(6):524-31.
  27. Paine CW, Goel VV, Ely E, et al. Systematic review of physiologic monitor alarm characteristics and pragmatic interventions to reduce alarm frequency. J Hosp Med 2016;11(2):136-44.
  28. Prgomet M, Cardona-Morrell M, Nicholson M, et al. Vital signs monitoring on general wards: clinical staff perceptions of current practices and the planned introduction of continuous monitoring technology. Int J Qual Health Care 2016;28(4):515-21.
  29. Cardona-Morrell M, Prgomet M, Turner RM, et al. Effectiveness of continuous or intermittent vital signs monitoring in preventing adverse events on general wards: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Int J Clin Pract 2016;70(10):806-24.
  30. Weenk M, van Goor H, Frietman B, et al. Continuous monitoring of vital signs using wearable devices on the general ward: pilot study. JMIR Mhealth and Uhealth 2017;5(7):e91.
  31. Watkins T, Whisman L, Booker P. Nursing assessment of continuous vital sign surveillance to improve patient safety on the medical/surgical unit. J Clin Nurs 2016;25(1-2):278-81.
  32. Bellandi T, Cerri A, Carreras G, et al. Interruptions and multitasking in surgery: a multicentre observational study of the daily work patterns of doctors and nurses. Ergonomics 2018;61(1):40-47.
Proefschrift

Niet-pluisgevoel van verpleegkundigen

De rol van subjectieve signalen bij vroege herkenning van klinische achteruitgang bij chirurgische patiënten

Vroege herkenning en behandeling van vitaal bedreigde patiënten op verpleegafdelingen in ziekenhuizen is belangrijk om de kans op een hartstilstand, ongeplande intensive-care (IC)-opname of onverwacht overlijden te verminderen (1). Dit proefschrift beschrijft de rol van het verpleegkundig niet-pluisgevoel binnen het proces van vroege herkenning van verslechtering bij chirurgische patiënten.

Literatuur

  1. Winters BD, DeVita MA. Rapid Response Systems History and Terminology. In: DeVita MA, Hillman K, Bellomo R, eds. Textbook of Rapid Response Systems: concept and implementation. Vol 1. New York: Springer; 2011. p. 3-12.
  2. DeVita MA, Hillman K, Bellomo R, editors. Textbook of Rapid Response Systems: concept and implementation. New York: Springer; 2011.
  3. Gao H, McDonnell A, Harrison DA, et al. Systematic review and evaluation of physiological track and trigger warning systems for identifying at-risk patients on the ward. Intensive Care Med 2007;33(4):667-79.
  4. National Early Warning Score. 2012. Te raadplegen via: https://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/projects/outputs/nationalearly- warning-score-news-2
  5. Devita MA, Bellomo R, Hillman K, et al. Findings of the first consensus conference on medical emergency teams. Crit Care Med 2006;34(9):2463-78.
  6. Odell M, Rechner IJ, Kapila A, et al. The effect of a critical care outreach service and an early warning scoring system on respiratory rate recording on the general wards. Resuscitation 2007;74(3):470-5.
  7. Astroth KS, Woith WM, Stapleton SJ, et al. Qualitative exploration of nurses’ decisions to activate rapid response teams. J Clin Nurs 2013;22(19-20):2876-82.
  8. Mackintosh N, Rainey H, Sandall J. Understanding how rapid response systems may improve safety for the acutely ill patient: learning from the frontline. BMJ Qual Saf 2012;21(2):135-44.
  9. Andrews T, Waterman H. Packaging: a grounded theory of how to report physiological  eterioration effectively. J Adv Nurs 2005;52(5):473-481.
  10. Endsley MR. Toward a theory of situation awareness in dynamic systems. Hum Fact 1995;37(1):32-64.
  11. Stubbings L, Chaboyer W, McMurray A. Nurses’ use of situation awareness in decision-making: an integrative review. J Adv Nurs 2012;68(7):1443-53.
  12. Tower M, Chaboyer W. Situation awareness and documentation of changes that affect patient outcomes in progress notes. J Clin Nurs 2014;23(9-10):1403-10.
  13. Hammond KR. Principles of organization in intuitive and analytical cognition (Report 231). 1981.
  14. Buist MD, Moore GE, Bernard SA, et al. Effects of a medical emergency team on reduction of incidence of and mortality from unexpected cardiac arrests in hospital: preliminary study. BMJ 2002;324(7334):387-90.
  15. Hodgetts TJ, Kenward G, Vlachonikolis IG, et al. The identification of risk factors for cardiac arrest and formulation of activation criteria to alert a medical emergency team. Resuscitation 2002;54(2):125-31.
  16. Jacques T, Harrison GA, McLaws ML, et al. Signs of critical conditions and emergency responses (SOCCER): a model for predicting adverse events in the inpatient setting. Resuscitation 2006;69(2):175-83.
  17. Smith GB, Prytherch DR, Meredith P, et al. The ability of the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) to discriminate patients at risk of early cardiac arrest, unanticipated intensive care unit admission, and death. Resuscitation 2013;84(4):465-70.
  18. McDonnell A, Tod A, Bray K, et al. A before and after study assessing the impact of a new model for recognizing and responding to early signs of deterioration in an acute hospital. J Adv Nurs 2013;69(1):41-52.
  19. Greaves J, Greaves D, Gallagher H, et al. Doctors and nurses have different priorities in using the Modified Early Warning Score protocol. Br J Aanaesth 2016;116(2):298.
  20. Cherry PG, Jones CP. Attitudes of nursing staff towards a Modified Early Warning System. Br J Nurs 2015;24(16):812-8.
  21. Bellomo R, Ackerman M, Bailey M, et al. A controlled trial of electronic automated advisory vital signs monitoring in general hospital wards. Crit Care Med 2012;40(8):2349-61.
  22. Schmidt PE, Meredith P, Prytherch DR, et al. Impact of introducing an electronic physiological surveillance system on hospital mortality. BMJ Qual Saf 2015;24(1):10-20.
  23. Subbe CP, Duller B, Bellomo R. Effect of an automated notification system for deteriorating ward patients on clinical outcomes. Crit Care 2017;21(1):52.
  24. Kollef MH, Heard K, Chen Y, et al. Mortality and length of stay trends following implementation of a rapid response system and real-time automated clinical deterioration alerts. Am J Med Qual 2017;32(1):12-18.
  25. Zimlichman E, Szyper-Kravitz M, Shinar Z, et al. Early recognition of acutely deteriorating patients in nonintensive care units: assessment of an innovative monitoring technology. J Hosp Med 2012;7(8):628-33.
  26. Bonafide CP, Localio AR, Holmes JH, et al. Video analysis of factors associated with response time to physiologic monitor alarms in a children’s hospital. JAMA Pediatr
    2017;171(6):524-31.
  27. Paine CW, Goel VV, Ely E, et al. Systematic review of physiologic monitor alarm characteristics and pragmatic interventions to reduce alarm frequency. J Hosp Med 2016;11(2):136-44.
  28. Prgomet M, Cardona-Morrell M, Nicholson M, et al. Vital signs monitoring on general wards: clinical staff perceptions of current practices and the planned introduction of continuous monitoring technology. Int J Qual Health Care 2016;28(4):515-21.
  29. Cardona-Morrell M, Prgomet M, Turner RM, et al. Effectiveness of continuous or intermittent vital signs monitoring in preventing adverse events on general wards: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Int J Clin Pract 2016;70(10):806-24.
  30. Weenk M, van Goor H, Frietman B, et al. Continuous monitoring of vital signs using wearable devices on the general ward: pilot study. JMIR Mhealth and Uhealth 2017;5(7):e91.
  31. Watkins T, Whisman L, Booker P. Nursing assessment of continuous vital sign surveillance to improve patient safety on the medical/surgical unit. J Clin Nurs 2016;25(1-2):278-81.
  32. Bellandi T, Cerri A, Carreras G, et al. Interruptions and multitasking in surgery: a multicentre observational study of the daily work patterns of doctors and nurses. Ergonomics 2018;61(1):40-47.
Over dit artikel
Auteur
Gooske Douw
Over de auteur

Dr. Gooske Douw werkte ruim 35 jaar als verpleegkundige op diverse chirurgische afdelingen van Ziekenhuis Gelderse Vallei (ZGV). Na de studie verplegingswetenschap combineerde zij dit met het promotieonderzoek. Zij promoveerde in 2018 aan de Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen (promotoren:
prof. dr. Hans van der Hoeven, prof. dr. Lisette Schoonhoven; copromotoren: dr. Arthur van Zanten en dr. Getty Huisman-de Waal). Na haar pensionering (2016) tot heden is zij actief als verpleegkundig onderzoeker binnen de necrologiecommissie van ZGV.

Correspondentieadres: douwgooske@gmail.com

Printdatum
20 september 2019
E-pubdatum
23 september 2019
ISSN print
0920-3273
ISSN online
2468-2225


Over dit artikel
Auteur
Gooske Douw
Over de auteur

Dr. Gooske Douw werkte ruim 35 jaar als verpleegkundige op diverse chirurgische afdelingen van Ziekenhuis Gelderse Vallei (ZGV). Na de studie verplegingswetenschap combineerde zij dit met het promotieonderzoek. Zij promoveerde in 2018 aan de Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen (promotoren:
prof. dr. Hans van der Hoeven, prof. dr. Lisette Schoonhoven; copromotoren: dr. Arthur van Zanten en dr. Getty Huisman-de Waal). Na haar pensionering (2016) tot heden is zij actief als verpleegkundig onderzoeker binnen de necrologiecommissie van ZGV.

Correspondentieadres: douwgooske@gmail.com

Printdatum
20 september 2019
E-pubdatum
23 september 2019
ISSN print
0920-3273
ISSN online
2468-2225