Nursing safety system and measures I. Nursing safety management system 1Regular safety education should be given to nurses to enhance their awareness of nursing safety and improve the quality of nursing work. 2Establishing and perfecting various rules and regulations, perfecting various nursing technical operation rules, implementing post responsibility system of all kinds of nurses at all levels, and strengthening the link control of nursing quality. 3Nursing department regularly inspects, evaluates and corrects nursing quality problems and controls nursing defects. 4Strictly implement the checking system and error accident analysis and reporting system to reduce errors and eliminate accidents. 5Strictly implement aseptic technical operation and do a good job of disinfection and isolation. 6Strict implementation of the shift transfer system, duty nurses must adhere to their posts, visit the wards on time, and take appropriate protective measures to ensure patient safety for children, restlessness, coma, elderly patients, strict prevention of falling into bed, burns, falls, etc. 7Strengthen patient management, strictly implement the accompanying visiting system, and patients are not allowed to stay outside. 8To have a thorough understanding of the patient's ideological situation, the patients with mental symptoms and thoughts of self-injury should be accompanied by caregivers, and timely psychological care should be done to avoid accidents. 9Strengthen the management of rescue drugs and articles to avoid affecting rescue.Manage drug, hemp and limited drugs by special personnel, hand over daily, check and check, keep and lock special counters. 10Strengthen the management of inflammable, explosive, vulnerable and precious articles, and be responsible for them, so as to prevent fire, explosion and theft. 11Attention should be paid to the safety of doors, windows, water and electricity in the ward. 12Power supply, water source and fire protection equipment should be inspected regularly and repaired in time to ensure safety. II. Ward Safety System 1Fixed placement of articles, easy to count, to ensure the safety of patients. 2Smoking and drinking are prohibited in the ward. Electric stoves, alcohol lamps and light-up fires are prohibited in order to prevent fire. 3Strengthen the management of accompanying and visiting personnel. 4Valuables should not be kept in the ward. 5At 9 o'clock in the evening, the visiting staff in the ward should be cleaned up in time to leave the ward and urge the patients to rest. 6Strengthen patrols and inform the security department in time if suspicious elements are found. 7The empty ward should be locked in time. 8According to the requirements, the fire prevention channel should be unblocked, and no heap or blockage of sundries should be allowed. 9Fire protection facilities are in good condition and complete, and there is no sundries on them. 3. Drug management system in ward 1All cardinal drugs in the ward can only be supplied to inpatients for use according to doctor's instructions, and other personnel may not use them privately. 2For the base number of drugs in the ward, special persons shall be designated to administer them and be responsible for receiving, returning and keeping them. 3Check and record drugs daily to prevent backlog and deterioration. If sediment, discoloration, expiration and label ambiguity are found, stop using drugs immediately and report to pharmacy for treatment. 4The central pharmacy shall regularly inspect the medicines stored in the ward, and check whether the types and quantities of medicines are in conformity with each other, and whether there is any overdue deterioration. 5Rescue drugs must be placed in the rescue vehicle, quantitatively and positioned, with positioning graphics, clear labels, daily inspection, to ensure that they are urgently needed at any time. 6Special and precious medicines should be marked with the bed number and name, stored separately and locked. 7Drugs requiring refrigeration (e.g. ice-dried plasma, albumin, insulin, etc.) should be kept in the refrigerator in order to avoid affecting their efficacy. 8Drugs for patients should be returned promptly after stopping. 9Requirements for the management of narcotics in wards: (1) Narcotic drugs in the ward can only be supplied to inpatients for use according to their doctor's instructions, and other personnel may not use them or borrow them privately. (2) Set up special

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