Crash Cart Inventory Checklist
If you are a nurse, emergency room doctor, medic, first responder or other hospital staff, chances are you have had to rush to save a patient under a code blue or facing a life-threatening emergency.
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Make sure the crash cart you use to resuscitate the patient is properly stocked with life-saving drugs and medical supplies, and that everything is in the proper drawer, by using the Crash Cart Inventory Checklist Mobile App on your iPhone, iPad or Android device.
Help emergency staff be ready to react to anything from a car crash, to anaphylactic shock, to cardiac arrest by having the crash carts checked and inspected according to policy and procedure. The inventory list can be customized to meet the requirements of the hospital, ambulance service or urgent care facility so that staff can quickly access and store emergency equipment and medication.
This checklist is built for a six drawer code cart allowing for tracking of emergency medication like amiodarone, sodium chloride or Naloxone. Make sure the supplies needed for intubation and IVs are stocked and accessible, and that the defibrillator, oxygen supplies, and heart monitor are ready.
Put patient safety first by having your medical team prepared for any critical emergency by using the Crash Cart Inventory Checklist.
After each inventory is conducted, collect the electronic signatures and save the completed inventory form safely and securely to the GoCanvas Cloud. Generate a PDF form and send the checklist to appropriate hospital staff as requested.
Need a different form? Take a look at our daily crash cart checklist.
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