Skill: patient safety , intensive care , emergency , ccu , medical officer , icu; Exp: 0-3 years; Resident-(18002581) Description Assessment and Reassessment The duty medical officer should assess the patient Within 1 hour of arrival in the wards. Within 15 minutes in Intensive care unit or emergency room. Reassessment of the patient shall be performed at regular intervals Every 8 hours in Critical Care Areas. Every 24hrs in the wards Earlier if needed Documentation All entries carry DMOs Name, Signature, Date and Time. Drug Chart should be filled in Capitals and Signed Consultation request should be filled in and signed. Consent forms should be correctly filled in and signed. Transfer notes accompany every patient moving from wards to Critical Care Areas or vice versa. Discharge Process It is the responsibility of the DMO to ensure that the patient of the respective ward is quite comfortable and happy. To ensure that all the patients leave the hospital along with discharge summary. To ensure that the discharge process are completed within 3 hours. To update the discharge summary format then and there. Others To accompany the Consultants during their ward rounds. To ensure that the orders of the consultants are carried out efficiently & effectively. To ensure that consent of the patient is obtained in the appropriate form during transfer in /out of ICU / CCU. Care regarding type of diet/ dressings/suture removal. Record the complications/adverse reactions/untoward happenings. General To participate and contribute to the departmental quality initiatives. To be aware of departments performance and objectives. To carry out data collection/support in data collection. To adhere the safety norms of the hospital and follow both patient safety and staff safety rules.
Function: Medical / Health / Fitness