Late first-case of the day starts do not cause greater minutes of over-utilized time at an endoscopy suite with 8-hour workdays and late running rooms. A historical cohort study.

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Summary of "Late first-case of the day starts do not cause greater minutes of over-utilized time at an endoscopy suite with 8-hour workdays and late running rooms. A historical cohort study."

We consider the influence of the tardiness of first-case of the day start times on the minutes that rooms finish late for procedural suites with relatively interchangeable rooms and mean workloads ≅ 7 h per room, thus regularly filling 8-hour of allocated time.


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Name: Journal of clinical anesthesia
ISSN: 1873-4529
Pages: 18-25


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