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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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).
Of the methods of assessment looked at by the APSF, those most commonly employed in hospitals as surrogate measures of OIVI are respiratory rate and oxygen saturation; in many centres level of sedation (not included by the APSF) is also monitored.
While the recommendations of the APSF are that continuous measurement of oxygen saturation should be used in order to monitor for OIVI (1,2), oxygen saturation levels may not always be a reliable method of detecting OIVI in the postoperative setting.
Covidien is a global leader in capnography devices, offers market-leading respiratory function technologies and a complete portfolio of monitoring solutions that can help hospitals meet The Joint Commission, APSF and ISMP recommendations.
The APSF also recommends that continuous monitoring should integrate multiple physiologic parameters to detect clinically significant respiratory changes earlier and more reliably.
Identifiable information inadvertently included on the forms was deleted by APSF staff prior to data entry and analysis.
APSF Newsletter, APSF Medication Safety Conference, Spring 2010.
Established in 1981, APSF provides both institutions and high net worth individual investors with value-added, personalized investment advice and account services.
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.
Hamilton's appointment represents the latest step in support of APSIS' commitment to align the trading operations of APSF with the rapidly changing high yield and distressed market environment.
Scott Kelley, MD, Aspect's medical director, commented on the study and the APSF panel meeting.