This case series discusses the inpatient resources, including imaging, nursing overtime, and blood bank needs, that were used to treat 63 individuals injured in the Asiana Airlines flight 214 crash.
This retrospective review finds that the primary factor for development of a successful TAVR program development is integration of the cardiac team.
This article reports on how video telementoring is likely to play an increasing role in surgical education.
This cohort study reports that the proportion of violence-related injuries was significantly lower among preteens cared for in the setting of humanitarian aid and conflict zones, while surgical interventions in the teenage group were primarily caused by trauma-related injuries.
This systematic review of wrong-site surgery, retained surgical items, and surgical fires finds that empirical evidence for interventions is limited and inconclusive, and root-cause analysis identifies the need for improved communication in the operating room.