Interruptions, Lack of Team Familiarity Linked to Increased Risk of Miscommunication During Surgery
Lack of team familiarity and frequency of intraoperative interruptions may increase the risk of miscommunications during surgery, according to research published in the AORN Journal.
Read the full report in Becker's Hospital Review on patient safety in the OR.
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