Driving Patient Safety Improvements

TMLEP’s Patient Safety Reports and Clinical Learning Updates provide healthcare providers with intelligence and recommendations (derived from analysis of TMLEP’s healthcare data) to directly improve healthcare standards and patient safety.

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TMLEP Clinical Updates

TMLEP’s Clinical Updates are provided in order to raise awareness of clinical risk issues and to reduce incidence recurrence and improve patient safety. Facts have been anonymised to maintain data confidentiality, however learning points remain applicable.

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A Clinical Risk Case Study- Tourniquet Injury

Tourniquet use is commonplace in surgery to create a bloodless field and facilitate the procedure. Unfortunately, tourniquet related injuries can sometimes occur ranging from temporary skin abrasions or bruising, through to full thickness burns and skin loss.

Read Article 03 Jan 2018