File Name: aorn perioperative standards and recommended practices .zip
- Implementing AORN Recommended Practices for Surgical Attire
- AORN Guidelines for Perioperative Practice
- Evidence Tables
Implementing AORN Recommended Practices for Surgical Attire
Developed by an interdisciplinary panel of clinical experts, and the only evidence-based guidelines for perioperative teams approved by the ECRI Guideline Trust, they will help decrease surgical errors, provide quality measurements, and keep your team members safer. Join your perioperative peers at this interactive, live virtual event focused on practical infection prevention strategies for the pandemic and beyond. Why is Evidence-Based Important? Evidence rating assures that clinical decisions are based on the latest available research and understanding of safe patient care. Evidence-based practices are an expectation of patients, healthcare providers and administrators, and regulatory agencies.
With numerous variables introducing potential malicious pathways for error, perioperative practices are supported largely by standardized practices. In uniting and empowering surgical nurses, health care organizations, and the industry, the professional organization is also responsible for the AORN Guidelines for Perioperative Practice. Developed through a highly academic approach, guidelines approved by the AORN Recommended Practices Advisory Board and subsequently published by the AORN offer approaches for assuring patient and worker safety, providing aseptic conditions, and granting the safe and effective use of medical devices. They are drafted with the utmost knowledge thanks to evidence-based practices , which are formulated by thoroughly delving into scientific literature during a review process. This assures the veracity of the information provided. This is seemingly simple but crucial.
Researchers, educators, students, and others interested in the specific factors considered in the review of available evidence will find this to be useful in their work. Guidelines updated after July have evidence tables available. Additional tables will become available as each guideline is reviewed and updated. Autologous Tissue Management. Complementary Care Interventions.
AORN Guidelines for Perioperative Practice
This essential resource provides 34 evidence-based guidelines for all perioperative and invasive procedures. Many accrediting bodies and state health agencies use the Guidelines for Perioperative Practice during their surveys making the implementation of these guidelines critical to patient and workplace safety, managing risk, and survey readiness. The edition includes new versions of the following guidelines:. This version includes all of the current standards recommended and provides the revisions for the four specific areas of perioperative practice.
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