APSF

AcronymDefinition
APSFAnesthesia Patient Safety Foundation
APSFAustralian Pensioners and Superannuants Federation
APSFAustralian Patient Safety Foundation, Inc. (est. 1989; Adelaide, South Australia, Australia)
APSFAnterior/Posterior Spinal Fusion
APSFAerial Port Support Flight
APSFASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Para Sports Federation (Malaysia)
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In the video, APSF states that continuous electronic monitoring of oxygenation and ventilation, when combined with traditional nursing assessment and vigilance, will greatly decrease the likelihood of unrecognized, life threatening, opioid induced respiratory impairment.
Nevertheless, the recommendation resulting from this workshop, and reiterated in a later APSF Newsletter (2), was that oxygen saturation should be routinely measured on a continuous basis as well as ventilation in all patients receiving IV-PCA or neuraxial opioids (1,2), or serial doses of other parenteral opioids (1).
We need a complete paradigm shift in how we approach safer care for postoperative patients receiving opioids," APSF President Dr.
This system, including the new recently FDA approved SARA software (Smart Alarm Respiratory Analysis) that safely reduces alarms by 55%, is the first responder to the recommendations of the APSF.
APSF Newsletter, APSF Medication Safety Conference, Spring 2010.
In October 2006 the APSF conference set as a goal that no patient should be harmed by opioid-induced ventilatory depression in the postoperative period.
Established in 1981, APSF provides both institutions and high net worth individual investors with value-added, personalized investment advice and account services.
Featuring an innovative adhesive sensor with an integrated acoustic transducer that is easily and comfortably applied to the patient's neck, RRa helps to meet APSF guidelines for monitoring post-operative patients.
Hamilton, a licensed attorney, previously split his time at APSF as a high yield trader and legal analyst responsible for the firm's analysis and interpretation of bankruptcy and litigation scenarios.
Scott Kelley, MD, Aspect's medical director, commented on the study and the APSF panel meeting.
Moreover, in 2011, APSF reiterated that clinically significant drug-induced respiratory depression(oxygenation and/or ventilation) in the postoperative period remains a serious patient safety risk that continues to be associated with significant morbidity and mortality.
Masimo SafetyNet facilitates appropriate early clinical response to preempt sentinel events and avoid unnecessary ICU transfers while helping meet Joint Commission, APSF, and ASA guidelines for patient safety.