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Re: [IPk] INFUSION PUMPS; SAFETY ISSUES



JOhn,
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Love Heather






>From: "John Davis" <email @ redacted>
>Reply-To: email @ redacted
>To: "Insulin Pumpers" <email @ redacted>
>Subject: [IPk] INFUSION PUMPS; SAFETY ISSUES
>Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 17:22:38 +0100
>
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>We have been approached by the NPSA  regarding a survey on the above
>subject. A copy of their self explantatory notice is below.
>
>If you would be willing to take part in this research or would like to
>discuss this possibility, please contact me either by e-mail on by phone on
>01590 677911 and I will forward your name and address to the NPSA, who will
>contact you to make further arrangements.
>
>Regards,
>
>John Davis,
>INPUT.
>
>
>
>INFUSION PUMPS:  SAFETY ISSUES
>
>WOULD YOU BE ABLE TO HELP WITH A RESEARCH PROJECT?
>
>The National Patient Safety Agency (NPSA) is currently studying safety
>issues concerning the use of infusion pumps and would like to hear the 
>views
>and experiences of patients and carers.
>
>We would like to interview people who used an infusion pump during a stay 
>in
>hospital within the last five years. You may have used an infusion pump for
>treatment, such as chemotherapy, the infusion of insulin to control 
>diabetes
>or for pain or symptom control (for nausea or vomiting) following an
>investigation, treatment or surgery.  It could be that, as a consequence of
>gastric or bowel surgery, you required an infusion pump to feed you
>intravenously (TPN).  You may or may not be still using the pump, but it is
>the use whilst in hospital which is of interest in this research.  We would
>also be pleased to talk to spouses and other carers, if they would like to
>contribute to this study.
>
>The interviews will take place in your home and we would like to offer you
>#25 in thanks for your time.   All information will be treated in strictest
>confidence.  A decision to take part (or not) in this research will have no
>effect whatsoever on your current treatment and care.
>
>The NPSA is a Special Health Authority set up to coordinate the efforts of
>those involved in providing health care and to learn from the experiences 
>of
>both patients and staff.
>
>Dr Ann Richardson
>Research Director
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