Tag Archives: Complications

Is It Surgery a Good Choice for Patients over 100 Years with Hip Fracture?

Author(s) : Bogdan Deleanu, Radu Prejbeanu, Dinu Vermesan, Lucian Honcea, Cristina Nuta, Vlad Predescu ABSTRACT Introduction: Elderly patients represent a difficult category of surgical candidates for orthopedic surgery because they have multiple associated diseases and a high degree of osteoporosis. Presentation … Continue reading

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A Comprehensive Evaluation of Eye Surgery Performance by Sigma Quality Level for Eye Care Hospitals in Turkey

Author(s): İbrahim Şahbaz, Mehmet Tolga Taner, Gamze Kağan, Engin Erbaş ABSTRACT Sigma Quality Levels are statistical indices that can play an important role in establishment of more reliable and robust surgical processes. This article aims to highlight the value of … Continue reading

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Excellent Femoral Outcomes when all Access Attempts and Closure Devices are Performed by Experienced Cardiologists

PDF (Size:92KB) PP. 569-572   DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2013.39089 Author(s) Kevin S. Kang, Quentin Orlando, Robert Maholic, Richard Petrella, Gurjaipal S. Kang ABSTRACT Femoral access is considered less safe for access site complications than the radial access. Cardiovascular procedures have not been studied taking operator experience, defined … Continue reading

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