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Standardized Nursing Language By Candidate’s Name 2012 FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, COLLEGE OF NURSING Abstract The use of standardized nursing language for electronic documentation enhances communication between nurses and other health care professionals to present improved patient care, adherence to standards and increased visibility of treatment.
Thus, it makes strategic sense for all hospital departments, including the Accident and Emergency (A&E) unit within a hospital, to maintain electronic patient record systems, which present clinical and nursing notes, patient data, treatment history, etc. to assist with care. Life and death decisions in the A&E unit within a hospital are quick and clear and legible information is essential to administer proper treatment. This project report presents a discussion about electronic patient record systems that incorporate standardized nursing language for the A&E unit within a hospital. Consideration of the Keogh Medical Systems Electronic Patient Record System, the Ascribe Symphony system and the Siren ePCR that enables information collection in ambulances concludes that the ideal electronic patient record system for an A&E unit within a hospital combines the Ascribe Symphony system and the Siren ePCR system. This combination presents a capacity for timely information flow right from first contact with a patient. ...
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