Teamwork and safety in surgery

Published on Jan 1, 2015in Colombian Journal of Anesthesiology
· DOI :10.1016/J.RCAE.2014.10.007
Louise Hull21
Estimated H-index: 21
(ICL: Imperial College London),
Nick Sevdalis80
Estimated H-index: 80
(ICL: Imperial College London)
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Abstract
La forma de ver los errores y la seguridad del paciente ha cambiado radicalmente durante los ultimos 15 anos. Un trabajo en equipo efectivo, no solamente en el quirofano sino tambien en toda la ruta perioperatoria, se considera un componente relevante y critico para la seguridad y la efectividad de la atencion quirurgica y lleva a buenos resultados y a una recuperacion rapida del paciente quirurgico1. Por consiguiente, se han realizado esfuerzos considerables para comprender la forma como los equipos trabajan dentro de la ruta de la atencion quirurgica y para mejorar el trabajo en equipo. El estudio de Amaya, A.2 y sus colaboradores, presentado en este numero de la revista, es un intento claro dentro de ese objetivo. Los autores reportan un enfoque detallado para evaluar a los equipos quirurgicos y obstetricos en la base, para luego introducir una intervencion compleja basada en trabajo en equipo y finalmente volver a evaluar a los equipos para determinar si ha mejorado su efectividad. Es alentador ver ese enfoque integrado frente a la capacitacion del equipo: los autores utilizaron elementos de programas bien establecidos (TeamSTEPPS) y enfoques para el trabajo en equipo (enfoque sistemico, principios de gestion de recursos en situacion de crisis [MRC]). Tambien integraron la teoria con instrumentos practicos, como la lista de verificacion de la OMS adaptada para aplicacion local, y las sesiones de informacion/retroalimentacion con el equipo. Desde el punto de vista de la evaluacion, es alentador ver un intento por poner en marcha un enfoque psicometrico solido por
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#2Rocío Barajas (National University of Colombia)H-Index: 1
Last. Nick Sevdalis (ICL: Imperial College London)H-Index: 80
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Last. Matthias Weigl (LMU: Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)H-Index: 27
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Research into surgical outcomes has primarily focused on the role of patient pathophysiological risk factors, and on the skills of the individual surgeon. The outcome of surgery is, however, also dependent on the quality of care received throughout the patient's stay in hospital and the performance of a considerable number of health professionals, all of whom are influenced by the environment in which they work. Drawing on the wider literature on safety and quality in healthcare, and recent pape...
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