Absence of Triage System
The research goals for this research give as follows:
· Determine the nurse's core competencies in the emergency triage of the patient
· Determine the position of the nurses in the patients triage in the emergency room
· Discuss and identify the strengths or powers of new triage system
· Include recommendations for enhancing the triage system
· Explore and explain the shortcomings of the newly implemented triage system. system
There are some research questions those design for this paper give as follows:
· What is the main requirement of implementing the triage systems throughout the emergency departments?
· Which kinds of skills do individuals need to use the triage system effectively?
· What is the nurse's job in the emergency room triage of patients?
· What are the powers and weaknesses of current Triage system?
· Which measures could be put in place to strengthen the current triage system?
In order to deliver a comprehensive view of triage in emergency units, a review of the literature was undertaken. This section divides into various sub-sections. Each subjection presented some valuable information about the topic.
The triage role in
evaluating patient safety and flow across emergency departments (EDs) is
crucial today. Historical and social trends in healthcare have greatly influenced
the perceptions of the triage position. Oredsson, Jonsson, Rognes, & Lind
(2011) stated that changes in health care had placed the nurse in the role of
triage and determined the performance of the role. A standard definition
observed throughout the literature is that of a process that "places the
individual in the best place to receive the correct level of care at the right
time." Core components that should
concentrate on all facets of the emergency unit system include accident
detection, training and personnel and processes assessment
Scope of triage
In a variety of
incidents, triage is used. These include on the battlefield during disasters,
in hospitals by nurses, in multiple incidents of casualties and communication
media such as the telephone. According to Ebrahimi et al. (2016), at an
accident scene, triage should be conducted in several rounds. The first triage
round should be where people are found on the scene and then the triage officer
will shift from one individual to the next to determine the victims require