RESULTS: A total of 438 patients were enrolled in the study for adverse events (AEs) during intra-hospital transfer of ICU patients. The overall AEs documented were 250 among 110 patients. Amongst the AEs encountered, the most common was miscellaneous causes (85.00%)] like SPO2 probe (45.6%) or rest were ECG lead displacement. Major events alarming the physician were drop in spo2 >5% observed in 26.4% patients, MAP (mean arterial pressure) variation >20% from baseline in 32% patients, altered mental status in 7%, and symptomatic arrhythmias in 2% patients. Among 110 (100%) patients with AEs, 5% patients with symptomatic adverse events had to be cancelled from the palnned transport.