Isotubing Resources and Documents


Baxter Self Assessment - Tubing Misconnections

Enhancing Patient Safety - Stay Connected 2015

Isotubing NH HCQC Subcommittee Recommendations

Mix-Up of IV Lines Leading to Misadministration of Drugs and Solutions

Sentinel Alert Event - Managing risk during transition to new ISO tubing connector standards

Transition Checklist Facilites & Institutions

Transition Checklist Home Care Providers

Transition Checklist Nurses and Clinicians

Transition Checklist Pharmacies

Webinar Slides: Joint Commission - New ISO Tubing Connecotr Standards - Dec. 3, 2014

Webinar Transcript: Joint Commission - New ISO Tubing Connector Standards - Dec. 3, 2014


Resources that may be helpful to you: - This is the website of GEDSA, a central organization in the effort to reduce tubing misconnections. The website contains videos, a “Stay Connected” in-service, an initiative overview, and a FAQ sheet. This website can be your primary source for ongoing information about reducing tubing misconnections. - The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation has information on tubing connectors. - Search for Sentinel Event Alert 53:Managing risk during transition to new ISO tubing connector standards, and Sentinel Event Alert, Issue 36: Tubing misconnections—a persistent and potentially deadly occurrence.