Contribution of Electrocardiographic Accelerated Ventricular Rhythm Alarms to Alarm Fatigue
Contribution of Electrocardiographic Accelerated Ventricular Rhythm Alarms to Alarm Fatigue is organized by American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN).
Released/Updated: Apr 28, 2019
Expires: May 01, 2022
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Topics: ECG, Patient Safety
Population: Adult, Geriatric
Role: APRN, Staff, Educator
This article discusses the clinical relevance of true accelerated ventricular rhythm alarms and implications on alarm management.
• Identify three nursing responses to alarm fatigue.
• Define accelerated ventricular rhythm (AVR) and in what populations or clinical conditions this dysrhythmia may occur.
• Describe how the results of this study can be incorporated into alarm management strategies to reduce the overall number of alarms.
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