Referral Cheat Sheet

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Special thanks to Drs Ben Turner & Emma Thorley for leading the QIP that created this!

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14 thoughts on “Referral Cheat Sheet”

  1. Sanjoy Bhattacharyya

    PHx should include ‘resp’

    – what line? Cannula/PICC/CVC
    – indication? Resus/IVF/Abx/insulin
    – previous IV access?
    – Hx of difficulty? ChemoRx/IVDU/HbSS/T1DM/obese/oedema
    – who has tried & where?
    – any areas unsuitable e.g. fistula
    – US necessary?

    Sanjoy Bhattacharyya
    Anaesthetics ST7

  2. This doesn’t seem to be working anymore but it was really useful when it was!
    Could someone have a look at it to get it back up?

  3. Apologies but sadly the form to access this doesn’t seem to be working? When I enter my details into the form it comes up with an error message saying “Something went wrong”

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