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Poster Board Assignment

Abstract No. Poster Board # Full Name Abstract Title
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SG-iSRRS1022 P-11 Josh Allen Associations between patient demographic and health characteristics, healthcare systems and processes, and MET review within 48 hours of admission to a teaching hospital
SG-iSRRS1026 P-12 Richard Chalwin Modifications to pre-defined Rapid Response Team calling criteria: prevalence, characteristics and associated outcomes
SG-iSRRS1038 P-13 Fernanda Aburesi Salvadori Rapid response team and out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
SG-iSRRS1048 P-14 Kate McCall MET Calling Criteria: Moving the line in the sand
SG-iSRRS1049 P-15 Jeroen Ludikhuize Multicenter study investigating clinical practices relating to escalation of care and activation of Rapid Response Teams in the deteriorating patient.
SG-iSRRS1052 P-16 Jeroen Ludikhuize The MET as a tool for increased sepsis awareness and management.
SG-iSRRS1055 P-17 Ghalia Al hasni Predictors of Clinical Deterioration Among Adult Inpatients In Acute Care Settings In Oman
SG-iSRRS1056 P-18 DaHye Kim Outcome of Hospital-acquired pneumonia after postoperative patients activated by medical emergency team.
SG-iSRRS1058 P-19 Takayuki Kai Single-tier rapid response system: 5 years experience
SG-iSRRS1059 P-20 Chong Hui Ling Joanne Early experience of a Surgical Critical care outreach team in a tertiary hospital
SG-iSRRS1064 P-21 Soohyun Bae Characteristics of missing in-hospital cardiac arrest that occurred despite rapid response team activities: a retrospective cohort study to improve preventability
SG-iSRRS1069 P-22 Ng Lit Soo Acutely deteriorating patients with malignancy – being SMART about care
SG-iSRRS1073 P-23 Suguru Kubota Efficacy of Emergency Medical Team in Tokyo Women’s Medical University Hospital
SG-iSRRS1074 P-24 Jun Ehara Impact of Implementation of Critical Care Outreach Team on Readmission to ICU, Unplanned ICU transfer, Unexpected Cardiac Arrest, and Unexpected In-hospital Death
SG-iSRRS1076 P-25 Hideki Arimoto The implementation of Rapid Response System and Reduce the Barrier Between the Physician.
SG-iSRRS1078 P-26 Shinsuke Fujiwara Analysis of patients with sepsis from the Japanese Rapid Response System on-line registry: -Clinical feature difference of septic patients between university hospitals and community hospitals
SG-iSRRS1079 P-27 Shinsuke Fujiwara Role of Rapid Response Systems (RRS) promotion course in RRS implementation
SG-iSRRS1080 P-28 Kate Hutchinson Using Technology and Systems to Improve Recognition of Clinical Deterioration
SG-iSRRS1092 P-29 Nur Hafiza Yezid LeHeR , a Simple Novel Approach For Difficult Airway in Non Trauma Patients : a Case Series
SG-iSRRS1099 P-30 Roshni Gokhale Are high hospital and intensive care unit (ICU) occupancy rates associated with more medical emergency team activations?
SG-iSRRS1107 P-31 Jacinda Bunch Learning from Multiple Clinical Perspectives: A Qualitative Pilot Study of a Rapid Response System in the Midwest United States
SG-iSRRS1111 P-32 Lin Zhiliang Caleb Predictors of Medical Emergency Team attendance after surgery
SG-iSRRS1114 P-33 Kim Ah Jin End of Life Care decision as Role of Rapid response system
SG-iSRRS1117 P-34 Clarice Wee Outreach nursing pilot project in Ng Teng Fong General Hospital
SG-iSRRS1118 P-35 Bianca Levkovich Medication use and access during Medical Emergency Team activations in an Australian tertiary referral hospital
SG-iSRRS1120 P-36 Julipie Manalansan Respiratory Therapist role in code blue team activation with peri-cardiac arrest and cardiac arrest patients.
SG-iSRRS1121 P-37 Agnes Huang Implementation and 10-year evolution of a Rapid Response System in an Asian Teaching Hospital
SG-iSRRS1122 P-38 Agnes Huang Effect of a Rapid Response System on unplanned intensive care unit admissions and cardiac arrests in a Singapore hospital