Safety triangle chest tube - Chest Tube Insertion or Tube Thoracostomy

Perforation of both the right and left ventricle has been described.

Three of the 17 doctors who had performed unsupervised chest drain insertion failed to locate the correct site for insertion 18% , however most doctors in this category were correct 14 of 17, 82% fig 5.

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The Safety Triangle

METHODS Fifty five junior doctors working at the Northern General Hospital, Sheffield were questioned.

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RESULTS Of the 55 doctors, 20 were PRHOs, 33 were SHOs year 1 to year 6 , and two were SpRs.

Triangle of safety

Chest tube insertion is a procedure commonly performed by residents and fellows throughout their general and cardiothoracic surgical training.

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RESULTS Of the 55 doctors, 20 were PRHOs, 33 were SHOs year 1 to year 6and two were SpRs.
Discussion Although chest drain insertion is a common daily procedure preformed across all NHS hospital, this procedure is also associated with significant morbidity and occasional mortality.

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    Triangle of safety: Routine use of ultrasound before insertion of chest tube is recommended whenever feasible In cases of severe cardiomegaly and distorted thoracic anatomy, blind insertion of a chest tube through the ‘safe triangle’ is not safe.
    By: FrayShavagano|||||||||
    A chest tube, also known as a thoracostomy tube, is a flexible tube that can be inserted through the chest wall between the ribs into the pleural space. Thoracostomy tubes are commonly made from PVC or silicone. They range in from 6 French to 40 French.
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    A: In the 1930s, Herbert Heinrich first theorized that severe injuries often occur after many less severe injuries and near misses, and that these events occur in a fixed ratio of 300 near misses to 29 less severe injuries to 1 major injury—the famous safety triangle.
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    What Is the Safety Triangle? At-risk behaviours occur on the job all the time: for example, a construction worker not wearing a hard hat. Usually, these behaviours are benign, cause no issues and as a result continue unchanged. However, unchanged behaviours can result in a more serious incident, injury, or fatality.
    By: chris_jump|||||||||
    More than 80 years ago, the occupational safety and health pioneer Herbert Heinrich used this approach to devise the so-called “safety triangle.”. After questions arose about the safety triangle’s validity, a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) study found that the safety triangle is a useful, yet complicated.
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