This database review evaluates the association of safety-net hospital burden with the outcomes of appendectomy.
This study compares assessment of risk of postsurgical complications in surgically complex patients between internal medicine and general surgery trainees.
This cohort study uses the 2007-2010 American College of Surgeons NSQIP Participant Use File to examine the association between frailty and perioperative morbidity in patients undergoing ambulatory surgery.
This study investigates geographic diffusion of acute care surgery models and characterizes the communities in which acute care surgery implementation is lagging.
This cohort study analyzes the proportion of and independent risk factors for survival to discharge after initiation of continuous renal replacement among patients in a surgical intensive care unit.
This study surveys directors of 21 US general surgery residency programs to assess the association of program director attitudes with resident attrition rates.
This cohort study uses data from the American College of Surgeons NSQIP to examine the risk associated with complications and mortality after urgent surgery compared with elective and emergency surgery.
This cohort study compares the outcomes of appendectomies performed by senior general surgeons with those performed by general surgery residents.
This Viewpoint outlines issues that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender patients may face while receiving surgical care and provides basic guidelines on how to serve patients in a culturally competent manner.
This cross-sectional review evaluates how specific components of electronic health record systems were associated with the weekend effect for patients undergoing acute cholecystectomy, acute appendectomy, and acute hernia repair.
This Viewpoint discusses the needs to provide scholarships and stipends to medical students who commit early in their education to residency training in general surgery.
This analysis identifies hospital factors associated with care discontinuity, defined as readmission to a nonindex hospital, among patients undergoing emergency general surgery.
This systematic review and meta-analysis summarizes the estimate of attrition prevalence among general surgery residents.
This study identifies whether lean processes can be used to improve wait times for surgical procedures in Veterans Affairs hospitals.
This study systematically reviews the quality of evidence collected on confidence levels in graduating general surgery residents and to critically analyze the language used to describe the findings using quantitative methods.
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