Journal of Nursing

Implementation of Nursing Admission System in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for Safety Management

Xiaoyan Zuo


Objective: To improve nursing quality and safety of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Methods: The nursing admission standard in NICU was applied. Systematic training was given to nurses entering NICU. Results: After application of the nursing Admission System of NICU, the incidence of adverse events was significantly reduced and patient satisfaction was significantly improved. Conclusion: Admission management system for NICU can effectively improve the quality of care and protect the safety of children.


NICU; Admission system; Nursing quality; Safety

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