Getting it right: Is your sedation safe sedation?. Duncan Bell Sunderland Royal Hospital. Report of an Intercollegiate Working Party chaired by the Royal College of Anaesthetists Published November 2001. AOMRC.
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Sunderland Royal Hospital
Multidisciplinary team training
Sedationist fully aware of possible adverse consequences and able to deal with them
Audit of adverse incidents, complications and adherence to national and local protocols
4 NHS Trusts should apply to sedation techniques the standard of the Clinical Negligence Scheme which requires that :-
“ All medical and dental staff in training be competent in the technical skills and specified tasks expected of them.”
“……nominate two consultants, one an anaesthetist and the other a user of sedation, to collaborate in the local implementation of guidelines and the provision of a specialist service for patients with particular problems.”
“……ensure that similar processes are in place to ensure a high standard of sedation practice.”
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