The World Health Organization (WHO) published the surgical safety checklist comprising 19 items that must be checked at 3 points throughout the time of surgery; login, wait time and wait time. Every year, many millions of people undergo surgical treatment, and surgical interventions account for approximately 13% of the world's total disability-adjusted life years (DALYs). After the surgery is complete, but before you leave the operating room, the surgical team will use the logoff checklist to complete the medical record documentation and address anything that could be improved in future surgical cases. These 5 surgical specialties constituted 1 group each, in which patients underwent surgical procedures as usual.
While surgical procedures are meant to save lives, unsafe surgical care can cause substantial harm. With the new three-phase approach to the surgical safety checklist, many hospitals and surgical teams need to change the way they work to complete all three phases. A surgical safety checklist is a patient safety communication tool that uses a team of operating room professionals (nurses, surgeons, anesthesiologists, and others) to discuss important details about each surgical case. The authors thank the Norwegian Knowledge Center for Patient Safety for its collaboration in the translation of the Surgical Safety Checklist of.