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The PreOp Program: Intensive Preclinical Surgical Exposure is Associated With Increased Medical Student Surgical Interest and Competency.

As medical students' interest in surgical fields wanes, we investigated the impact of a preclinical surgical exposure program on students' attitudes toward pursuing surgical careers.

Simulation In Surgical Training: Prospective Cohort Study Of Access, Attitudes And Experiences Of Surgical Trainees In The Uk And Ireland.

Surgical training is evolving, and simulation is becoming more important as a way to expedite the early learning curve and augment surgical techniques. With novel technology, and innovation, major changes are possible in how surgeons are trained. The integration of these concepts into the surgical curriculum may drive up educational standards and enhance patient safety. This survey sought to determine surgical trainees views on the current place of simulation in surgical training and explore their vision fo...

Anorectal malformations and the impact of HIV on surgical outcome.

Anorectal malformations (ARMs) represent a significant surgical load in South African (SA) paediatric surgical centres. Surgical treatment of ARMs may be associated with postoperative complications owing to the nature of surgical procedures necessary in the neonatal and infant period. HIV and its effect on the immune response compound postoperative surgical complications. The impact of HIV exposure and its effect on the child's immune status, independent of the child's HIV status, has yet to be studied in t...

Is the Power Threshold of 0.8 Applicable to Surgical Science?-Empowering the Underpowered Study.

Many articles in the surgical literature were faulted for committing type 2 error, or concluding no difference when the study was "underpowered". However, it is unknown if the current power standard of 0.8 is reasonable in surgical science.

A novel multiple communication paths for surgical telepresence videos delivery of the maxilla area in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

A surgical telepresence between two surgical sites where a local surgeon in the surgery site, who is less experienced, needs help from the expert surgeon located at a remote site. Furthermore, the primary aim of this paper is to improve the quality of surgical video sent and received to-and-from both surgical sites, which has been a major quality issue so far.

Treating Surgical Infections in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Source Control, Then What?

Surgical infections present a significant burden of disease globally. Management focuses on source control and appropriate antibiotic therapy. This remains a challenge in low- and middle-income settings, where access to surgical care and antibiotics is limited. This paper discusses the complex challenges facing the management of surgical infections in low- and middle-income countries.

Delays in palliative care referral among surgical patients: perspectives of surgical residents across the state of Michigan.

Palliative care services (PCS) are underutilized and frequently delayed among surgical patients. Surgical residents often serve at the forefront for patient issues, including conducting conversations regarding prognosis and goals of care.

Endometriosis of the Bladder: Clinical and Surgical Outcomes after Laparoscopic Surgery.

Urinary tract endometriosis is rare. The bladder is the most common site affected. The nonspecific symptoms can make a diagnosis difficult. The aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical and surgical outcomes in women who underwent surgical treatment for bladder endometriosis (BE).

Crowdsourced Assessment of Inanimate Biotissue Drills: A Valid and Cost-Effective Way to Evaluate Surgical Trainees.

Providing feedback to surgical trainees is a critical component for assessment of technical skills, yet remains costly and time consuming. We hypothesize that statistical selection can identify a homogenous group of nonexpert crowdworkers capable of accurately grading inanimate surgical video.

Deployment of the Surgical Life-saving Module (SLM) in 2017: Lessons learned in setting up and training operational surgical units.

The military operations carried out by the French armed forces, occasionally require the use of the Surgical Life-saving Module (SLM), to ensure the surgical support of its soldiers. Due to its extreme mobility and capacity of fast deployment, SLM is particularly useful in small-scale military operations, such as Special Forces missions. In 2017, the French SLM was for the first time used to ensure surgical support of allied forces, which were lacking forward surgical capabilities.

Surgical suspensions, a quality factor in pediatric surgical patient care.

To identify the factors that influence surgical suspensions (SQ) in a pediatric surgery service, to estimate its economic impact and to analyze the effect that strategies aimed at increasing efficiency and improving medical-surgical care would have.

Surgical resection of neuroendocrine tumor liver metastases as part of multimodal treatment strategies: A propensity score matching analysis.

It remains unclear whether liver resection as part of multimodal therapy of neuroendocrine liver metastases (NELM) is superior to non-surgical (interventional and medication-based) treatment alone. This study should determine if patients with NELM undergoing hepatic surgery in addition to non-surgical treatment have improved overall survival compared to patients undergoing non-surgical therapy alone.

Surgical anatomy of the parapharyngeal space: A multiperspective, quantification-based study.

Several surgical approaches to the parapharyngeal space (PPS) have been proposed. An objective description of advantages and limitations of the surgical routes is lacking.

Using Surgeon Hand Motions to Predict Surgical Maneuvers.

This study explores how common machine learning techniques can predict surgical maneuvers from a continuous video record of surgical benchtop simulations.

Surgical delay may extend the indications for nipple-sparing mastectomy: A multicentric study.

Nipple-sparing mastectomy (NSM) is considered an oncologically sound procedure but necrosis of the nipple-areola complex (NAC) or skin flaps is a concern, particularly in the presence of risk factors. To increase the indications for NSM and decrease such complications, different procedures of "surgical delay" (SD) have been described.

Comparison of a Potential Hospital Quality Metric With Existing Metrics for Surgical Quality-Associated Readmission.

The existing readmission quality metric does not meaningfully distinguish readmissions associated with surgical quality from those that are not associated with surgical quality and thus may not reflect the quality of surgical care.

Presurgical preparation and surgical site infection in neck surgery. The effect of the protocol adequacy in the improvement of the health care quality.

Surgical wound infection is one of the leading causes of healthcare-associated infections. One of the most common measures for its reduction is the pre-surgical preparation. The aim of this study was to evaluate the adequacy to the pre-surgical protocol in patients undergoing neck surgery and the relationship with the incidence of surgical wound infection.

Identification of Warning Signs During Selection of Surgical Trainees.

The aim was to document empirical observations about antecedents to and practices of unsuitable behaviours amongst surgical trainees and develop an interview guide that could be used for the selection process.

Surgical management of hereditary spherocytosis Current strategies.

Hereditary spherocytosis is a benign hematologic disease, which needs surgical treatment when medical therapy fails. Currently, the surgical strategies consist mainly in total or partial splenectomy, which can be performed either in open or in laparoscopic fashion. In this study, we analyzed our series of splenectomies for hereditary spherocytosis and we discuss about the surgical management, reviewing the Literature.

Non-technical attributes and surgical experience: a cross-sectional study comparing communication styles and attitudes in surgical staff, trainees and applicants.

This monocentric study aimed to explore whether key non-technical attributes can be reliably measured in a mixed population of candidates applying for surgical training, surgical trainees and staff and to identify any differences between these groups.

Surgical management of patent ductus arteriosus.

Surgical ligation of patent ductus arteriosus can be performed safely by following standard steps of operation. Familiarity of the anatomical landmarks and simple precautions result in high degree of safety. The technique of surgical ligation varies with the age of the patient. Surgical ligation of ductus is associated with well-recognized complications, although they occur only in a small number of patients.

Is skeletal stability after bimaxillary surgery for skeletal class III deformity related to surgical occlusal contact?

A stable occlusion at the time of surgery is considered important for post-surgical stability after orthognathic surgery. The aim of this study was to determine whether skeletal stability after bimaxillary surgery using a surgery-first approach for skeletal class III deformity is related to the surgical occlusal contact or surgical change. Forty-two adult patients with a skeletal class III deformity corrected by Le Fort I osteotomy and bilateral sagittal split osteotomy with a surgery-first approach were st...

The Impact of Ergonomics on Recruitment to Surgical Fields: A Multi-institutional Survey Study.

Awareness of ergonomics in surgery is growing, but whether musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries in surgery influence trainee career choices remains unknown. This study aimed to characterize medical students' MSK pain during surgical rotations and determine whether ergonomics influence student interest in surgical fields.

National Cancer Institute Centers and Society of Surgical Oncology Cancer Research Synergy.

The objective of this study was to examine the influence of Surgical Society Oncology (SSO) membership and National Cancer Institute (NCI) status on the academic output of surgical faculty.

The utility and benefit of a newly established postgraduate training course in surgical exposures for orthopedic and trauma surgery.

Limited data exist on specialty surgical cadaver courses for graduates, their skill gain, and whether the course contents are transferable to other surgical disciplines.

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