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Identification of preoperative risk factors for postoperative

Identification of preoperative risk factors for postoperative pulmonary complications after thoracic and abdominal surgery Janne Hastrup Jensen 1 * Birgit Fynbo Steffensen 2 Tatjana Brendstrup 1 and Annemette Krintel Petersen 1 3 4

Preoperative Risk and the Association between Hypotension and

Abstract Background Despite the significant healthcare impact of acute kidney injury little is known regarding prevention Single center data have implicated hypotension in developing postoperative acute kidney injury The generalizability of this finding and the interaction between hypotension and baseline patient disease burden remain unknown The

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery A Review Surgery JAMA

The Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocol was developed by a group of academic surgeons in Europe in 2001 when they formed the ERAS Study group () Although the term fast track surgery had been described the group wanted to emphasize that the key surgical end point is the quality rather than speed of recovery

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Prior to patient arrival surgeon's office faxes down surgical consent and pre operative order sets ( to be placed in patient's chart in PSE) Pre op team documents receipt of above Process Improvement or Change #2

Recent Perioperative Care and Operating Room Management Articles

CiteScore 0 41 ℹ CiteScore 2019 0 410 CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e g 2015) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e g 2012 14) divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e g 2012 14)

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and Oxford Academic

May 30 2013 · Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a commonly encountered respiratory disorder Patients with COPD pose a challenge to the anaesthetist because intraoperative and postoperative complications occur more commonly than in those without the disease and can lead to prolonged hospital stay and increased mortality This article provides

Preoperative Smoking Status and Postoperative Complications

e complications are inconsistent thus there is a need for a review and meta analysis to summarize the existing evidence Methods A systematic review and meta analysis based on a search in MEDLINE EMBASE CINAHL and PsycINFO Included were original studies of the association between smoking status and postoperative complications occurring within 30 days of operation In total 9354 studies

Chlorhexidine alcohol versus povidone iodine for pre

Surgical site infection (SSI) is a dreaded postoperative complication Although preoperative skin cleansing in order to prevent surgical site infection (SSI) is standard surgical practice there is clinical equipoise concerning whether povidone iodine (PI) or chlorhexidine alcohol (CHA) is the antiseptic agent of choice

Post operative avascular necrosis of the Oxford Academic

The incidence of perioperative complications is low and the number of life threatening complications with this surgery is even lower However avascular necrosis of the maxilla after Le Fort I osteotomy is a rare complication that has been reported to occur in <1% of cases 1

Complications in Breast Surgery Deep Blue

preoperative antibiotics 0 6 Short acting versus long acting preoperative cephalosporin (0 91% versus 0 45%) Gupta et al 17 2000 334 Mastectomy lumpectomy ALND Phase III study of preoperative antibiotics 18 3 Preoperative antibiotics had no effect on wound infection rates (17 7% versus 18 8%) Nieto et al 18 2002 107 Mastectomy

Perioperative management Knowledge for medical students and

Perioperative antibiotic prophylaxis is recommended in many types of surgery in order to prevent postoperative wound infections The main goals in the postoperative phase are early recovery and preventing complications or if complications occur diagnosing and treating them as early as possible

Perioperative Nursing Journal Articles Index

Perioperative Nursing Journal Articles Surgical Mortality and Complications in Medicare Patients A new study examines the trends in surgical mortality complications and failure to rescue rates

Reducing the risk of infection after total joint arthroplasty

Total joint arthroplasty (TJA) is one of the most commonly performed procedures in orthopedic surgery and as the demand for TJA increases over time the number of concurrent complications such as surgical infection will also increase There are multiple risk factors that independently increase the risk of surgical site infection (SSI) and periprosthetic joint infection (PJI) after surgery

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Perioperative Care Articles (Primary Concerns Evaluation

Perioperative Care articles covering primary concerns evaluation preoperative management and postoperative management Peer reviewed and up to date recommendations written by leading experts

Perioperative pulmonary embolism diagnosis and anesthetic

Review article Perioperative pulmonary embolism diagnosis and anesthetic management Matthew C Desciak MD (Resident) Donald E Martin MD (Professor)⁎ Department of Anesthesiology Penn State University College of Medicine Hershey PA 17033 USA Received 1 May 2009; revised 18 June 2010; accepted 29 June 2010 Keywords Anesthesia

Acute and Perioperative Care of the Burn injured Patient

AbstractCare of burn injured patients requires knowledge of the pathophysiologic changes affecting virtually all organs from the onset of injury until wounds are healed Massive airway and/or lung edema can occur rapidly and unpredictably after burn and/or inhalation injury Hemodynamics in the early phase of severe burn injury is characterized by

Role of preoperative electrocardiography in predicting

Cardiac complications that lead to mortality and morbidity develop in approximately 5% of orthopedic surgeries in patients who are at inter mediate risk in terms of perioperative cardiovascular complications (PCVCs) (2) Because most cardiac complications are treatable pre diction and/or early diagnosis are vital

PPT Preoperative Evaluation PowerPoint presentation free

Over 50 000 will suffer a perioperative myocardial infarction (0 2) 4 The purpose of preoperative evaluation is not to give medical clearance but rather to perform an evaluation of the patients current medical status make recommendations concerning the evaluation management and risk of cardiac problems over the entire perioperative period

Preoperative Evaluation of the Surgical Patient

One strategy to reduce length of stay and prevent postoperative complications is the concept of early patient engagement in the preoperative period or "prehabilitation" (enhancing functional capacity in preparation for a stressful event such as surgery) 25 This is especially relevant to elderly patients with chronic respiratory disease who

Obstructive jaundice and perioperative management ScienceDirect

Baroreflex sensitivity is impaired in patients with obstructive jaundice which may contribute to their enhanced susceptibility to the well known perioperative complications The underlying mechanisms for such a change may be associated with an increased level of plasma atrial natriuretic peptide 90 91 However these results are preliminary

Use of the Surgical Safety Checklist to Improve Communication

Henrickson SE Wadhera RK Elbardissi AW Wiegmann DA Sundt TM 3rd Development and pilot evaluation of a preoperative briefing protocol for cardiovascular surgery J Am Coll Surg 2009 Jun; 208 (6) 1115 1123 PMC free article Google Scholar

Perioperative Medicine Articles

Technical and clinical evaluation of a closed loop TIVA system with SEDLine TM spectral density monitoring Multicentric prospective cohort study Closed loop total intravenous anesthesia is a technique in which the patient's hemodynamic and anesthetic depth variables are monitored and based on this information a computer controls the infusion rate of

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Dec 04 2012 · 3 Common TermsPerioperative Nursing • Includes the preoperative (before) intraoperative (during) and postoperative (after) periods Preoperative period • This is an important time to address issues that may come up during surgery (Screening) o i e assess for bleeding problems dont want to find out that someone has a bleeding problem as

Obesity Complications List of High Impact Articles PPts

Obesity Complications Share this page Some common causes of obesity are eating poor diet rich in high fat and calories no physical exercise less sleep leading to hormonal changes genetical and hereditary factors old age leading to lesser metabolism pregnancy etc

Preoperative Evaluation for Noncardiac Surgery Annals of

Dec 06 2016 · This issue provides a clinical overview of preoperative evaluation for noncardiac surgery focusing on risk factors elements of evaluation medication management and practice improvement The content of In the Clinic is drawn from the clinical information and education resources of the American College of Physicians (ACP) including MKSAP

Common Postoperative Complications Surgery Information Patient

Jul 27 2016 · Postoperative complications may either be general or specific to the type of surgery undertaken and should be managed with the patient's history in mind Common general postoperative complications include postoperative fever atelectasis wound infection embolism and deep vein thrombosis (DVT) Trending Articles

Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocols for

Jul 28 2015 · Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) first introduced in 2005 is a combination of various perioperative patient care methods based on a multimodal approach that integrates evidence based interventions to reduce surgical stress maintain postoperative physiological function and accelerate recovery in patients undergoing major surgery

Perioperative Nursing List of High Impact Articles PPts

Perioperative nursing includes those activities performed by the professional registered nurse in the preoperative intraoperative and postoperative phases of surgery Perioperative nurses are registered nurses (RNs) who work in hospital surgical departments day surgery units (also called ambulatory surgery) clinics and physicians' offices

Pre operative fasting a patient centered approach BMJ

Prolonged pre operative fasting can be an unpleasant experience and result in serious medical complications The Royal College of Nursing guidelines state a minimum fasting period of six hours for food and two hours for clear fluids prior to elective anaesthesia or sedation in healthy patients We audited the Moorfields South Pre operative Assessment Unit fasting instruction policy to ensure