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1. Riskfaktorer och strategier för ökad patientsäkerhet i samband med extubering av personer med obesitas efter generell anestesi– En systematisk litteraturöversiktMagister-uppsats,
Sammanfattning : Background: The number of people with obesity is increasing in society and thus also the requirements for the anaesthetist nurse to be able to give this group good and safe anaesthetic care since obesity is linked with increased ventilation-associated risks with general anaesthesia. Extubation can be a risky moment and the anaesthetist nurse can perform it independently or along with the anaesthesiologist at the end of the anesthesia. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Background: The operating room nurses and the surgeon work closely together in the perioperative care. Research shows that communication between them can sometimes be deficient, which in turn can threaten patient safety. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Background: A safe and careful way of working in the meeting between technology and patient is important. Non-technical skills such as team work and communication between the members of the operation team are fundamental to maintaining patient safety. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Background: MRI is a well-developed diagnostic method that requires the patient to be able to lie still for a long time. Anesthesia is sometimes used to facilitate children's experience of MRI since children often find it difficult to lie still. LÄS MER
5. Kommunikation i den perioperativa fasen - en systematisk litteraturöversikt utifrån operationssjuksköterskans perspektivMagister-uppsats,
Sammanfattning : Background: The work of the operating theatre nurse (OTN) takes place in the perioperative phase and involves the planning, execution and evaluation of the nursing care around the patient. Together with other professions such as anaesthesia nurses, anaesthetists, surgeons and assistant nurses, the OTN together with the patient forms a team that needs to be able to communicate with each other in a high-complex work environment to enable a patient-safe, evidence-based work. LÄS MER