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BC: Articoli scritti da B. Morrocchi

Gestire il rischio clinico in medicina di laboratorio: un’inaspettata piastrinopenia
Clinical risk management in laboratory medicine: an unexpected thrombocytopenia
<p>It is acknowledged that the risk management strategy is cardinal to maintain safety in health care organisations. Clinical risk assessment and management is a continuous and dynamic process aimed to evaluate risks and to develop appropriate plans to reduce them. Internationally, there is an increasing recognition of the need to collect and analyse data on patient safety incidents to facilitate cultural growth and to develop appropriate solutions. The practice of reporting is commonly used, and several countries have established national reporting systems to facilitate large scale monitoring and analysis of data. This activity provides information on the extent, types and causes of errors, adverse events and near misses, supporting healthcare workers in the activity of reporting errors. This case shows how a non-optimal communication between laboratory and clinicians has caused an adverse advent and which corrective actions have been undertaken.</p>
Biochimica Clinica ; 41(1) e1-e3
Casi Clinici - Case Report