The Evaluation of Factors Affecting on Patient Admission from Operating Room to Intensive Care Unit in University Teaching Hospital
AbstractIntroduction:By consideration of clinical predictors and true way for transfer of patient from the operating room (OR), it can be prevented of complications and be reduced mortality rate.Thus, the study aimed to investigate clinical predictors of admitted cases from OR to ICU.Method:In this study250 patients were transferred to ICU.data such as underlying diseases, prior reservation for transferring to ICU, unexpected decision for transferring, problems in OR, multi-trauma, and other effective causes of transferring were analyzed.Results:Of 250 subjects, 144(57.6%) were male.The four major causes of admission to ICU follow as trauma(43.6%), respiratory problems(20.4%), bleeding (19.6%)and postoperative care (16.4%). The most common causes in traumatic patients included brain trauma (60 cases), multiple trauma (32 cases), and abdominal trauma (8 cases).Conclusion:The viewpoint of an anesthesiologist for selection of patient who requires to receiving critical care services is also necessary.
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