anesthesia record

an·es·the·si·a rec·ord

a written or electronic account of drugs administered, procedures undertaken, and physiologic responses noted during the course of surgical or obstetric anesthesia.

an·es·the·si·a rec·ord

(an'es-thē'zē-ă rek'ŏrd)
A written account of drug(s) administered, treatment, procedures, and physiologic responses observed during the course of anesthesia.
Synonym(s): anaesthesia record.

an·es·the·si·a rec·ord

(an'es-thē'zē-ă rek'ŏrd)
Written or electronic account of drugs administered, procedures undertaken, and physiologic responses noted during anesthesia.
Synonym(s): anaesthesia record.
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The benefit of incorporating the anesthesia record into the EMR for ARRA may be the most obvious benefit, but there are serious gains in patient safety that come from the automating record keeping.
A new, safety-oriented, integrated drug administration and automated anesthesia record system.
We found that the written anesthesia record failed to record any vital signs for the final 30 minutes of the procedure.
They also find that most anesthesia groups have customized their paper anesthesia record documentation to suit their needs.
The first problem with this manual system was that there was no guarantee that all appropriate results would be entered into the anesthesia record system.
With the Ultraview 2002 ADS, BIS information as well as other monitored vital signs values can be automatically integrated into a comprehensive anesthesia record. This data forms the foundation for a comprehensive perioperative information management system.
W testified that he thought he gave 1 ml; the anesthesia record indicated 2 ml; the hospital pharmacy record showed that a 5-ml ampoule was checked out for the case and that there were no wastage records to document disposal of any of these 5 ml.
Three types of self-reports completed by the primary anesthesia caregivers were examined: the anesthesia record, the anesthesia quality assurance (AQA) report, and a posttrauma treatment questionnaire (PTQ).
Nurses were blind to the anesthetic technique used and had no access to the anesthesia record. Patients were evaluated using a modified Aldrete score and modified Bromage score by the PACU nurse who made decision regarding the patient's eligibility to discharge to the Ambulatory Surgical Unit (ASU) for complete recovery before being discharged home.
Many now use automated record-keeping systems, which replace the old graphical anesthesia record with a fully integrated digital printout that contains all the information you would normally expect in an anesthesia record.
Typically, the manual anesthesia record will record data every three or five minutes, and incomplete or missing anesthesia records or surgical notes represent a potential litigation liability in the event of a negative outcome.
The anesthesia record showed that the anesthesia monitoring machines recorded no vital signs for 20 minutes before caregivers began resuscitation.
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