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Determining universal processes related to best outcome in emergency abdominal surgery: a multicentre, international, prospective cohort study.

Bhangu, Aneel ; Fitzgerald, J Edward ; Fergusson, Stuart ; Khatri, Chetan ; Holmer, Hampus LU ; Søreide, Kjetil and Harrison, Ewen M (2014) In BMJ Open 4(10). p.006239-006239
Abstract
Emergency abdominal surgery outcomes represent an internationally important marker of healthcare quality and capacity. In this study, a novel approach to investigating global surgical outcomes is proposed, involving collaborative methodology using 'snapshot' clinical data collection over a 2-week period. The primary aim is to identify internationally relevant, modifiable surgical practices (in terms of modifiable process, equipment and clinical management) associated with best care for emergency abdominal surgery.
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10
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006239 - 006239
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  • pmid:25354824
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2044-6055
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10.1136/bmjopen-2014-006239
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Measuring global surgery, obstetrics and anaesthesia – from health systems to patients
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English
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  title        = {Determining universal processes related to best outcome in emergency abdominal surgery: a multicentre, international, prospective cohort study.},
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