d Click on Sum e The number of patients in the data set who had reported falls

D click on sum e the number of patients in the data

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d) Click on “Sum.” e) The number of patients in the data set who had reported falls during their hospitalization is now given on line 52 for Column G. f) To calculate the percentage of patients who fell during their hospitalization, divide the number of falls by the total number of patients in the data set (n = 50). Analysis 3: What percentage of patients reported catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs) during their hospitalization? _24__ % Instructions: a) Open up your patient safety data set using the Microsoft Excel program. b) At the top of your screen, click on “Formulas.” c) Highlight Column H, starting at line 2 and ending at line 52. d) Click on “Sum.” e) The number of patients in the data set who reported CAUTIs during their hospitalization is now given on line 52 for Column H.
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3 f) To calculate the percentage of patients with CAUTIs during their hospitalization, divide the number of CAUTIs by the total number of patients in the data set (n = 50). Analysis 4: What percentage of patients reported medication errors during their hospitalization? __30__ % Instructions: a) Open up your patient safety data set using the Microsoft Excel program. b) At the top of your screen, click on “Formulas.” c) Highlight Column I, starting at line 2 and ending at line 52. d) Click on “Sum.” e) The number of patients in the data set who reported medication errors during their hospitalization is now given on line 52 for Column I. f) To calculate the percentage of patients with reported medication errors during their
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