Looking forward – March 2018(Comments Off on Looking forward – March 2018)
Dr. Hoyt outlines how the ATLS course has become a foundation of care for the injured patient by providing physicians around the world with a common language and a common approach to trauma care.
This column describes several penetrating trauma clinical scenarios to test the reader’s CPT coding knowledge.
This column describes an ileocolic intussusception quality improvement program launched at Seattle Children’s Hospital, WA.
A viable solution to the surgical workforce shortage could include retired surgeons who often seek out post-retirement teaching opportunities.
The OPTI-Surg study evaluates an efficient screening and optimization tool for improving outcomes after major cancer surgery.
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- Race and residency training in the post-Charlottesville era
- Surgical management of ADH, ALH, and LCIS
- Underused resources every ACS member should know about
- Joint Commission publishes 2018 National Patient Safety Goals
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- Letters to the Editor
- Looking forward – January 2018
- South Miami Hospital implements strategies for prevention of SSI in bariatric surgery
- Small hospital closures mean loss of access to care
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