Orderset Updates 10/30/2019

πŸ”₯ New: MHS HBS Hemorrhagic Stroke IP

πŸ› οΈ Revised: MHS HBS Ischemic Stroke TIA IP
– Fix dysphagia evaluation
– Add speech therapy
– Add reminder for DAPT in high-risk TIA/minor stroke

πŸ› οΈ Revised: MHS Imaging Assisted Biopsy Aspiration Drainage IP
– adding GRAM stain to existing “BODY FLUID” culture orders


πŸ› οΈ Revised: MHS HBS Cardiac Testing IP
– NM replaced with the correct MHS order
– removed duplicate indications for stress test

🚧 Work-in-progress
– Revised MHS HBS Admission Observation 2019
– New MHS Acute and Chronic Hyponatremia
– Revised MHS Major Trauma ED
– Revised MHS HBS CHF
– Revised MHS HBS ACS
– Revised Therapeutic Hypothermia

🈸 Requests
– DKA
– COPD
– OBGYN and Ortho ordersets

August 2019 Epic Upgrade – Special Newsletters (#1, #2, #3)

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  • 08.10.2019 12:01-5am FULL DOWNTIME
    • In-house and HI regional β€œCommand center” 
    • Superuser RNs on each floor
    • Dedicated phone line for physicians
    • Epic still accessible via READ-ONLY environment

Major new features Epic 2019

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πŸ“– – Pharmacy Newsletter February 2019

Holding Antithrombotics Around Regional Anesthesia:

You’ll hear about appropriate use of antithrombotics around epidurals or spinals due to updated regional anesthesia guidelines.

Spinal or epidural hematomas from regional anesthesia are rare but can lead to paralysis. Hematoma risk goes up when antithrombotics are given around the time of catheter insertion or removal.

Consider the following strategies, along with patient and operative risks when making decisions on the use of anticoagulants around regional anesthesia.

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