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Appendix G: Australian Incident Monitoring System Taxonomy
Pages 509-510

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... G Australian Incident Monitoring System Taxonomy Health Incident Type Component Factors Therapeutic agents • Factors: Environmental • Medication • Factors: Organizational • Intravenous fluids • Factors: Human • Oxygen and gases • Factors: Subject of incident • Blood and blood products • Factors: Agents • Nutrition • Agent • Incident type Therapeutic devices and equipment services • Incident problem class and infrastructure • Person involved • Equipment or therapeutic device • Timing of incident • Infrastructure and services • Timing of detection • Buildings, fittings, fixtures, and • Method of detection surroundings • Preventability • Factors that minimized or aggravated Injuries and pressure ulcers severity of incident • Falls • Outcome for subject of incident • Injuries unrelated to falls • Severity of outcome for subject of • Pressure ulcers incident • Consequences for organization Clinical processes or procedures • Short-term response or action taken • Subsequent response or action taken Nosocomial infections • Resource impact • Risk level Continued 509
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... • Gynecology • Anesthesia • Radiotherapy • Intensive care • Domiciliary care • Obstetrics • Other areas as required • Hyperbaric medicine, etc. • Hospital pharmacy • Retrieval medicine • Retail pharmacy Other sources of data • Complaint cases • Coronial cases • Medico-legal cases • Literature and media reports • Consumer reports • Occupational health and safety reports

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