A campaign to spread basic interventions while simultaneously reducing patient harm
WHY WAKE UP
- Minimizing sedation allows for early mobilization, reduction of delirium, decreased risk of respiratory compromise and shortened length of stay
- Over-sedation is a common adverse drug event that can increase harm and prolong length of stay due to respiratory atelectasis, weakness and immobility
- Impacts six core topics: ADE, delirium, falls, airway safety, VTE and VAE
WHY GET UP
- Progressive mobility preserves muscle strength, reduces delirium, improves lower extremity circulation and lung capacity and reduces length of stay.
- Lack of mobility is most dangerous for the elderly, but healthier patients who are not mobilized are at risk as well.
- Impacts six core topics: VAE, VTE, delirium, falls, pressure ulcers and readmissions.
WHY SOAP UP
- It is the single most effective way to reduce the transmission of hospital-acquired infections
- Hand hygiene is not a new strategy, but remains a critical one
- Impacts seven core topics: SSI, CLABSI, CDI, CAUTI, VAE, VTE and readmissions
WHY SCRIPT UP
- Too many, too few or the wrong medications, including antibiotics, lead to adverse drug events, longer and more intense stays and readmissions
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