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Critical Review and Critique on Rapid Response Team Policies for Acute Patients in Riyadh Military Hospital and the UK
Pages 4 (1004 words)
I. Introduction The National Health Service is a shared name for health provision services around the globe. An imperative part of this national service is to come up with developmental ideas for the needs of rapid response to emergency cases in acute conditions (Berwick et al., 2006).
Moreover, in an article published back in 2007 entitled “Safer Care for the Acutely Ill Patient”, the National Patient Safety Agency (2007) reported that 576 out of 1,804 hospital deaths were due to diagnostic errors, unrecognized patient deterioration left untreated and problems with resuscitation after a sudden cardiac arrest. It is for this reason that many countries have come up with the idea of forming Rapid Response Teams (RRT) in hospitals to address acute condition cases (Berwick et al., 2006). II. Aim Considering the average waiting time before each patient receives health care intervention, this paper will also focus on discussing rapid response for suddenly ill patients strategies used in the United Kingdom (UK) and Riyadh Military Hospital (RMH) to ensure that its health care professionals are able to deliver quality care and treatment to each patient on a timely basis. III. Critical Review and Critique on Rapid Response Team Policies for Acute Patients in Riyadh Military Hospital and the UK To enable readers to gain better understanding concerning the effectiveness and differences between the ICU RRT in Riyadh Military hospital and NHS hospitals in the UK, this report will first discuss the main purpose of RRTs. ...
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