Surgical Procedures, Operative 0 articles
- Ablation Techniques
- Ambulatory Surgical Procedures
- Anastomosis, Surgical
- Assisted Circulation
- Bariatric Surgery
- Body Modification, Non-Therapeutic
- Cardiovascular Surgical Procedures
- Decompression, Surgical
- Deep Brain Stimulation
- Device Removal
- Digestive System Surgical Procedures
- Endocrine Surgical Procedures
- Extracorporeal Circulation
- Hemostasis, Surgical
- Intraoperative Care
- Intraoperative Period
- Lymph Node Excision
- Monitoring, Intraoperative
- Obstetric Surgical Procedures
- Neurosurgical Procedures
- Ophthalmologic Surgical Procedures
- Oral Surgical Procedures
- Orthopedic Procedures
- Otorhinolaryngologic Surgical Procedures
- Pelvic Exenteration
- Perioperative Care
- Postoperative Care
- Postoperative Period
- Preoperative Care
- Prosthesis Implantation
- Reconstructive Surgical Procedures
- Second-Look Surgery
- Surgical Procedures, Elective
- Surgical Procedures, Minimally Invasive
- Surgical Procedures, Minor
- Suture Techniques
- Thoracic Surgical Procedures
- Tissue and Organ Harvesting
- Urogenital Surgical Procedures
[Patient safety in oncology surgery: experience of the São Paulo State Cancer Institute].
Patient safety concerns in surgery are increasing. The frequency of surgery-related adverse events and errors is high, and most could be avoided. The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) proposed the Universal Protocol (UP-JCAHO) for preventing wrong site, wrong proc...
Transarterial embolization of large complex arteriovenous fistula associated with hip joint surgery.
We report herein the case of a 48-year-old woman with a previous history of hip joint surgery due to congenital hip dislocation who experienced massive bleeding during a second operation. Postoperative pelvic angiography revealed large, complex arteriovenous fistulas with combined venous aneurysm. S...
Extended prophylaxis with bemiparin for the prevention of venous thromboembolism after abdominal or pelvic surgery for cancer: the CANBESURE...
Acute Surgical Unit: a new model of care.
The traditional on-call system for the management of acute general surgical admissions is inefficient and outdated. A new model, Acute Surgical Unit (ASU), was developed at Nepean Hospital in 2006. The ASU is a consultant-driven, independent unit that manages all acute general surgical admissions. T...
Open intraperitoneal mesh repair for umbilical hernias. A technical note.
We describe both the surgical technique for adequate patch placement and the material characteristics of this device with associated pro's and con's. CONCLUSION: For small ventral hernia repair the Ventralex patch is a very elegant and quick to use mesh device. Although it is meant to be used intrap...
Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis: A clinicopathologic study of six cases
All patients had documented exposure to gadolinium-based contrast agents. Three of the 6 patients were treated with erythropoietin, and all patients underwent a previous surgical procedure. LIMITATIONS: This study is limited by its small size; therefore, the findings and results may not be applicabl...
Surgical management of blunt thoracic and abdominal injuries in Quebec: a limited volume.
The incidence of blunt thoracic and abdominal injuries needing surgical intervention is low in Quebec tertiary trauma centers. The competence of general surgeons in trauma-related procedures might be compromised by such low patient volume unless they frequently perform non-trauma surgical procedures...
[C.U.T. (Chirurgia d'Urgenza Tetraedrica): a data base for a high quality urgent surgery].
C. U. T (Chirurgia d'Urgenza Tetraedrica = Tetrahedron Urgent Surgery) is the Data Base programmed and utilized since November 2004 in a "Urgent Surgery Unit" at high turnover of patients and surgeons. The aim of CU. T was to contribute in the management of delivery risk, to facilitate medical work,...
[Chondroid syringoma: a clinical and histological review of eight cases].
Most of the cases occurred as well-defined nodular lesions, whose presumptive clinical diagnosis was adnexal or cystic pathology. All were treated surgically. The epiluminiscence microscopy showed a pattern of homogenous whitish-blue coloring. All the cases had a myxoid matrix and most also had a ch...
Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland Annual Meeting. Glasgow, United Kingdom, 13-15 April 2005. Abstracts.