Critical Care Vital Signs Monitoring
Critical Care Vital Signs Monitoring (CCVSM) was a Cross Canada ICU Collaborative.
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ICU QI team share and compare counts for various patient quality of care indicators such as VAP, Central Line Related Blood stream Infection (CLR-BSI), Line count, to name a few.
Data is also reported as part of the Quarterly report.
Apparently the CCVSM project ran out of funding. Their web site is no longer at the address we had.
The CCVSM Web page is current not available. There are changes going on with this program which are currently in discussion and planning. Julie will advise when she is aware that it is back up and running. -Trish Ostryzniuk 12:28, 2012 October 2 (CDT)
- is this it?: http://www.patientsafetyinstitute.ca/English/research/cpsiResearchCompetitions/2006/Documents/Martin/Deliverables/Critical%20Care%20Vital%20Signs%20Monitor%20Presentation%20-%20January%202009.pdf Ttenbergen 11:53, 2014 August 21 (CDT)
- no, that is broken as well. Is there any link for this out there? Almost un-googlable since critical care units do so much other vital signs monitoring that the proper results for this (if any) are masked by those. Ttenbergen 17:20, 2018 May 31 (CDT)