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Vyšlo v časopise: Anest. intenziv. Med., 21, 2010, č. 5, s. 297-300
Kategorie: Zprávy ČSARIM

  • Srpen 2010

4th International Conference on Safety, Quality, Audit & Outcomes Research in Intensive Care (SQAO 2010)

 Datum konání: 10.–11. srpna 2010

Místo konání: Creswick, Victoria, Australia

Bližší info na www.sqao2010.com

  • Září 2010

ESPA Congress – BERLIN 2010

Datum konání: 2.–4. září 2010

Místo konání: Berlín

XVII. kongres ČSARIM

Datum konání: 9.–11. září 2010

Místo konání: Zlín

III. česko-slovenský transplantační kongres

Datum konání: 16.–18. září 2010

Místo konání: Špindlerův Mlýn

  • Říjen 2010

VI. anesteziologické dny Vysočiny

Datum konání: 21.–22. 10. 2010

Místo konání: Jihlava

Více info na www.nemji.cz

10. anesteziologické dny Nemocnice na Homolce

Datum konání:26.–27. října 2010

Místo konání: Nemocnice Na Homolce, Praha

  • Listopad 2010

IV. sjezd ČSKVCH

Datum konání: 4.–5. listopadu 2010

Místo konání: České Budějovice

Více info na www.4sjezdcskvch.cz.

XIX. Hoderův den

Datum konání: 11. listopadu 2010

Místo konání: Praha-Průhonice    

HELSINKI DECLARATION ON PATIENT SAFETY IN ANAESTHESIOLOGY

Background

Anaesthesiology shares responsibility for quality and safety in Anaesthesia, Intensive Care, Emergency Medicine and Pain Medicine, including the whole perioperative process and also in many other situations inside and outside the hospital where patients are at their most vulnerable.

  • Around 230 million patients undergo anaesthesia for major surgery in the world every year. Seven million develop severe complications associated with these surgical procedures from which one million die (200,000 in Europe).1 All involved should try to reduce this complication rate significantly.
  • Anaesthesiology is the key specialty in medicine to take up responsibility for achieving the goals listed below which will notably improve Patient Safety in Europe.

Heads of agreement

We, the leaders of societies representing the medical speciality of anaesthesiology, met in Helsinki on 13 June 2010 and all agree that:

  • Patients have a right to expect to be safe and protected from harm during their medical care and anaesthesiology has a key role to play improving patient safety perioperatively. To this end we fully endorse the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists International Standards for a Safe Practice of Anaesthesia.2
  • Patients have an important role to play in their safe care which they should be educated about and       given opportunities to provide feedback to further improve the process for others.3;4
  • The funders of healthcare have a right to expect that perioperative anaesthesia care will be delivered safely and therefore they must provide appropriate resources.
  • Education has a key role to play in improving patient safety, and we fully support the development, dissemination and delivery of patient safety training.5
  • Human factors play a large part in the delivery of safe care to patients, and we will work with our surgical, nursing and other clinical partners to reliably provide this.6
  • Our partners in industry have an important role to play in developing, manufacturing and supplying safe drugs and equipment for our patients’ care.
  • Anaesthesiology has been a key specialty in medicine leading the development of patient safety. We are not complacent and know there are still more areas to improve through research and innovation.7
  • No ethical, legal or regulatory requirement should reduce or eliminate any of the protections for safe care set forth in this Declaration.

Principal requirements

Today we pledge to join with the European Board of Anaesthesiology (EBA) in declaring the following aims for improving Patient Safety in Europe. Close cooperation between European organisations will be required to achieve these goals, for which the input and efforts of the European Society of Anaesthesiology (ESA) will be instrumental:

1. All institutions providing perioperative anaesthesia care to patients (in Europe) should comply with the minimum standards of monitoring recommended by the EBA both in operating theatres and in recovery areas.8

2. All such institutions should have protocols2;9 and the necessary facilities for managing the following

  • Checking equipment and drugs
  • Preoperative assessment and preparation
  • Syringe labelling
  • Difficult/failed intubation
  • Malignant hyperpyrexia
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Local anaesthetic toxicity
  • Massive haemorrhage
  • Infection control
  • Postoperative care including pain relief

3. All institutions providing sedation to patients must comply with anaesthesiology recognised sedation standards for safe practice.10-14

4. All institutions should support the WHO Safe Surgery Saves Lives initiative and Checklist.15

5.  All departments of anaesthesiology in Europe must be able to produce an annual report of measures taken and results obtained in improving patient safety locally.

6. All institutions providing anaesthesiological care to patients must collect the required data to be able to produce an annual report on patient morbidity and mortality.

7. All institutions providing anaesthesiological care to patients must contribute to the recognised national or other major audits of safe practice and critical incident reporting systems.16-18 Resources must be provided to achieve this.

Conclusion

  • This declaration emphasises the key role of anaesthesiology in promoting safe perioperative care.

Continuity

  • We invite anyone involved in healthcare to join us and sign up to this declaration.
  • We will reconvene to annually review our progress to implement this declaration.

Signed at the EUROANAEST HESIA 2010 on Saturday 12 june 2010 by:

Dr. Jannicke Mellin-Olsen,

President, European Board

of Anaesthesiology/UEMS

Prof. Paolo Pelosi,

President, European Society of Anaesthesiology

Prof. Hugo Van Aken,

Chairperson, National Anaesthesia Societies

Committee on behalf of the ESA Member Societies

The Helsinki declaration on patient safety in anaesthesiology has been approved by:

European Board of Anaesthesiology Officers

President: Dr. Jannicke Mellin-Olsen (NO)

Secretary/Treasurer: Dr. Ellen O’Sullivan (IE)

Vice-President: Prof. Seppo Alahuhta (FI)

Past-President: Prof. Johannes Knape (NL)

ESA Board of Directors

President: Prof. Paolo Pelosi (IT)

Past-President: Prof. Johannes Knape (NL)

Secretary: Prof. Andreas Hoeft (DE)

Treasurer: Dr. Maurizio Solca (IT)

Non-Officer: Prof. Daniela Filipescu (RO)

Non-Officer: Prof. Charles-Marc Samama (FR)

Non-Officer: Prof. Robert Sneyd (UK)

NASC Chairperson: Prof. Hugo Van Aken (DE)

European Board of Anaesthesiology Members

Austria: Prof. Robert Fitzgerald,

Prof. Karin Khünl-Brady

Belgium: Prof. Luc Van Obbergh, Dr. Rene Heylen

Bulgaria: Prof. Ivan Smilov

Croatia: Prof. Alan Šustić

Cyprus: Dr. Carmel Abel, Dr. Christos Demetriou

Czech Republic: Prof. Karel Cvachovec

Denmark: Dr. Grethe Astrup, Dr. Dorte Keld

Estonia: Dr. Jurate Samarütel

France: Prof. Benoit Vallet

Germany: Prof. Hugo Van Aken,

Prof. Thomas Hachenberg

Greece: Prof. Anna Malissova

Hungary: Prof. Maria Janecskó,

Prof. László Vimláti

Ireland: Dr. Sean Mc Devitt

Israel: Dr. Zeev Goldik

Italy: Prof. Edoardo De Robertis,

Prof. Flavia Petrini, Dr. Raffaella Pagni

Latvia: Prof. Antonina Sondore, Dr. Pēteris Tomiņš

Lithuania: Prof. Juozas Ivaškevičius,

Prof. Jurate Sipylaite

Macedonia: Prof. M. Soljakova

Malta: Dr. Mario Zerafa, Dr. Carmel Abela

Netherlands: Dr. Hans Pöll, Dr. Marco Marcus

Norway: Dr. Gutorm Brattebo

Poland: Prof. Leon Drobnik, Prof. Andrzej Kubler

Portugal: Prof. Francisco Lucas Matos,

Prof. Joaquim Viana, Prof. Nuno Meideros

Romania: Prof. Iurie Acalovschi

Russia: Prof. Igor V. Molchanov

Serbia: Prof. Radmila R. Kolak

Slovakia: Dr. Štefan Trenkler, Dr. Jozef Firment,

Dr. Monika Paulíková, Prof. Matúš Paulíny

Slovenia: Prof. Vesna Paver-Erzen,

Prof. Vesna Novak-Jankovic

Spain: Prof. Fernando Gilsanz, Prof. Margarita Puig

Sweden: Dr. Lennart Christiansson,

Dr. Jonas Ĺkeson

Switzerland: Prof. Albert Urwyler,

Dr. Elisabeth van Gessel

Turkey: Prof. Zuhal Aykaç

United Kingdom: Dr. Peter Nightingale,

Dr. David Whitaker

UEMS Executive:

Dr. Bernard Maillet (Secretary General)

ESA Scientific Programme Committee (SPC)Representatives

Dr. Sven Staender (CH) & SPC-SC17

Prof. Ravi Mahajan (UK)

Prof. Peter Kranke (DE)

ESA Guidelines Committee

Prof. Andrew Smith (UK)

Reference list

1.     Weiser TG, Regenbogen SE, Thompson KD, Haynes AB, Lipsitz SR, Berry WR, Gawande AA: An estimation of the global volume of surgery: a modelling strategy based on available data. Lancet 2008; 372: 139–44

2.     World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists. 2008 International Standards for a Safe Practice of Anaesthesia. http:// anaesthesiologists.org/en/guidelines/safety-and-quality-of-practiceguidelines. html World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists. Last accessed 8-4-2010.

3.     Peat M, Entwistle V, Hall J, Birks Y, Golder S: Scoping review and approach to appraisal of interventions intended to involve patients in patient safety. J.Health Serv.Res. Policy 2010; 15 Suppl 1: 17-25

4.     Davis RE, Jacklin R, Sevdalis N, Vincent CA: Patient involvement in patient safety: what factors influence patient participation and engagement? Health Expect. 2007; 10: 259-67

5.     Staender SE: Patient safety in anesthesia. Minerva Anestesiol. 2010; 76: 45-50

6.     Reason J: Human Error. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1990

7.     Gaba DM: Anaesthesiology as a model for patient safety in health care. BMJ 2000; 320: 785-8

8.     Mellin-Olsen J, O’Sullivan E, Balogh D, Drobnik L, Knape JT, Petrini F, Vimlati L: Guidelines for safety and quality in anaesthesia practice in the European Union. Eur. J. Anaesthesiol. 2007; 24: 479-82

9.     Vimlati L, Gilsanz F, Goldik Z: Quality and safety guidelines of postanaesthesia care: Working Party on Post Anaesthesia Care (approved by the European Board and Section of Anaesthesiology, Union Europeenne des Medecins Specialistes). Eur.J.Anaesthesiol. 2009; 26: 715-21

10.   Practice guidelines for sedation and analgesia by non-anesthesiologists. Anesthesiology 2002; 96: 1004-17

11.   Gisvold SE, Raeder J, Jyssum T, Andersen L, Arnesen C, Kvale L, Mellin OJ: Guidelines for the practice of anesthesia in Norway. Acta Anaesthesiol. Scand. 2002; 46: 942-6

12.   Recommendations for anesthesia and sedation in nonoperating room locations. Minerva Anestesiol. 2005; 71: 11-20

13.   Cote CJ, Wilson S: Guidelines for monitoring and management of pediatric patients during and after sedation for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures: an update. Paediatr.Anaesth. 2008; 18: 9-10

14.   Knape JT: The impact of the european guidelines for sedation by non-anaesthesiologists for gastroenterology practice. J. Gastrointestin. Liver Dis. 2007; 16: 429-30

15.   Haynes AB, Weiser TG, Berry WR, Lipsitz SR, Breizat AH, Dellinger EP, Herbosa T, Joseph S, Kibatala PL, Lapitan MC, Merry AF, Moorthy K, Reznick RK, Taylor B, Gawande AA: A surgical safety checklist to reduce morbidity and mortality in a global population. N. Engl. J. Med. 2009; 360: 491-9

16.   Critical Incident Reporting and Reacting Network - CIRRNET. http:// www.cirrnet.ch/ Swiss Foundation for Patient Safety. Last accessed 8-4-2010.

17.   National Reporting and Learning Service. http://www.nrls.npsa.nhs.uk/report-a-patient-safety-incident/ National Health Service (NHS). Last accessed 8-4-2010.

18.   National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death. http://www.ncepod.org.uk/. Last accessed 8-4-2010. 

The Helsinki Declaration on Patient Safety in Anaesthesiology will be published in the European Journal of Anaesthesiology 2010; 27: in press.

The European National Anaesthesiology Societies listed below joined the European Board of Anaesthesiology and European Society on Anaesthesiology in signing the Helsinki Declaration on Patient Safety in Anaesthesiology during the Euroanaesthesia 2010 on Sunday, 13 June 2010.

Armenian Society of Anaesthesiologists and Intensive Care Specialists; Association of Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists of Serbia; Association of Anaesthesiologists of Malta; Association of Anaesthesiologists-Reanimatologists of Latvia; Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland; Bulgarian Society of Anaesthesiologists; Croatian Association of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine; Czech Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine; Danish Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine; Deutsche Gesellschaft für Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin; Estonian Society of Anaesthesiologists; Finnish Society of Anaesthesiologists; Hellenic Society of Anaesthesiology; Hungarian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy; Israel Society of Anesthesiologists; Lithuanian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care; Macedonian Society of Anaesthesiologists; Nederlandse Vereniging voor Anesthesiologie; Norsk Anestesiologisk Forening; Österreichische Gesellschaft für Anästhesiologie, Reanimation und Intensivmedizin; Polish Society of Anaethesiology and Intensive Therapy; Romanian Society of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care; Russian Federation of Anaesthesiologists and Reanimatologists; Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Anästhesiologie und Reanimation; Slovak Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care; Slovenian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care; Sociedad Espańola de Anestesiología, Reanimación y Terapéutica del Dolor; Sociedade Portuguesa de Anestesiologia; Societa  Italiana di Anestesia, Analgesia, Rianimazione e Terapia Intensiva; Société Française d’Anesthésie et de Réanimation; Society for Anesthesia and Resuscitation of Belgium; Society of Anaesthesia and Reanimatology of the Republic of Moldova; Swedish Society for Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care; Turkish Anaesthesiology and Reanimation Society

Continuity

We invite anyone involved in healthcare to join us and sign up to this declaration. 

www.euroanaesthesia.org

European Board and Section of Anaesthesiology

European Union of Medical Specialists

www.eba-uems.eu


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