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  1. Content type: Research

    Operative treatment of acromioclavicular joint injuries is recommended for higher degree dislocations. Recently a new option has become available with the minimally-invasive tight rope technique. Whereas clini...

    Authors: Klemens Horst, Thomas Dienstknecht, Miguel Pishnamaz, Richard Martin Sellei, Philipp Kobbe and Hans-Christoph Pape

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:18

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  2. Content type: Case report

    Pseudoaneurysm of superior lateral genicular artery following total knee arthroplasty is a rare complication and has been reported following lateral release performed for eversion of patella in a knee with tig...

    Authors: Pramod Saini, Sanjay Meena, Rajesh Malhotra, Shivanand Gamanagatti, Vijay Kumar and Vaibhav Jain

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:15

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  3. Content type: Research

    Surgical checklists has been shown to improve patient safety and teamwork in the operating theatre. However, despite the known benefits of the use of checklists in surgery, in some cases the practical implemen...

    Authors: Paul O’Connor, Catriona Reddin, Michael O’Sullivan, Fergal O’Duffy and Ivan Keogh

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:14

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  4. Content type: Case report

    May-Thurner Syndrome (MTS) represents an anatomic variation of the iliac vessels, in which the left common iliac vein is compressed by an overriding iliac artery. Patients with this abnormality are predisposed...

    Authors: Niels A Foit, Qing-Min Chen, Blaze Cook and Eric Mark Hammerberg

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:12

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  5. Content type: Case report

    In liver surgery, appropriate preoperative evaluation and preparation of the patient is of cardinal importance. The up-to-date, preoperative prediction of residual liver function has thus far been limited. As ...

    Authors: Sascha A Müller, Ignazio Tarantino, Marcello Corazza, Frank Pianka, Jürgen Fornaro, Ulrich Beutner, Cornelia Lüthi and Bruno M Schmied

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:11

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  6. Content type: Research

    There has been a theoretical debate as to which retrospective record review method is the most valid, reliable, cost efficient and feasible for detecting adverse events. The aim of the present study was to eva...

    Authors: Maria Unbeck, Kristina Schildmeijer, Peter Henriksson, Urban Jürgensen, Olav Muren, Lena Nilsson and Karin Pukk Härenstam

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:10

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  7. Content type: Research

    Acetabular fractures are often combined with associated injuries to the hip joint. Some of these associated injuries seem to be responsible for poor long-term results and these injuries seem to affect the outc...

    Authors: Philipp Lichte, Richard M Sellei, Philipp Kobbe, Derek G Dombroski, Axel Gänsslen and Hans-Christoph Pape

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:9

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  8. Content type: Research

    Inflation bone tamps are becoming increasingly popular as a reduction tool for depressed tibial plateau fractures. A number of recent publications have addressed the technical aspects of balloon inflation oste...

    Authors: Cyril Mauffrey, Ryan Fader, E Mark Hammerberg, David J Hak and Philip F Stahel

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:8

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  9. Content type: Review

    Associated acetabular fractures are challenging injuries to manage. The complex surgical approaches and the technical difficulty in achieving anatomical reduction imply that the learning curve to achieve high-...

    Authors: Takashi Suzuki, Wade R Smith, Cyril Mauffrey and Steven J Morgan

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:7

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  10. Content type: Research

    In the spectrum of surgical decision-making, wound closure material is often an afterthought. However, the findings of a recent meta-analysis suggest that the rate of surgical site infections (SSIs) is increas...

    Authors: Jesse A Slade Shantz, James Vernon, Saam Morshed, Jeff Leiter and Gregory Stranges

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:6

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  11. Content type: Case report

    Compartment syndrome of any extremity is a limb-threatening emergency requiring an emergent surgical management. Thus, ruling out compartment syndrome is often high on the list of priorities when treating high...

    Authors: Daniel A Seigerman, Daniel Choi, Derek J Donegan, Richard S Yoon and Frank A Liporace

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:5

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  12. Content type: Research

    A properly conducted surgical informed consent process (SIC) allows patients to authorize an invasive procedure with full comprehension of relevant information including involved risks. Current practice of SIC...

    Authors: Wouter KG Leclercq, Bram J Keulers, Saskia Houterman, Margot Veerman, Johan Legemaate and Marc R Scheltinga

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:4

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  13. Content type: Case report

    During the last few years, an increasing number of unstable thoracolumbar fractures, especially in elderly patients, has been treated by dorsal instrumentation combined with a balloon kyphoplasty. This combina...

    Authors: Thomas Freude, Benjamin König, Frank Martetschläger, Sebastian Siebenlist, Markus Neumaier, Ulrich Stöckle and Stefan Döbele

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:3

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  14. Content type: Research

    Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a rheumatoid disease leading to progressive ossification of the spinal column. Patients suffering from AS are highly susceptible to unstable vertebral fractures and often require...

    Authors: Yohan Robinson, Bengt Sandén and Claes Olerud

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:2

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  15. Content type: Short report

    The assessment of post-surgical outcomes among patients with Workers’ Compensation is challenging as their results are typically worse compared to those who do not receive this compensation. These patients’ ti...

    Authors: Vinícius Ynoe de Moraes, Katelyn Godin, João Baptista Gomes dos Santos, Flávio Faloppa, Mohit Bhandari and João Carlos Belloti

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2013 7:1

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  16. Content type: Review

    The surgical management of renal cell carcinoma with invasion of the renal vein or inferior vena cava is associated with significant rates of perioperative morbidity and mortality. In this report we propose a ...

    Authors: Shivam Joshi, Michael A Gorin, Rajinikanth Ayyathurai and Gaetano Ciancio

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:27

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  17. Content type: Research

    The duty of a doctor to take care presumes the person who offers medical advice and treatment to unequivocally possess the skills and knowledge to do so. However, a sense of responsibility cannot be guaranteed...

    Authors: Asfandyar Sheikh, Sajid Ali, Sadaf Ejaz, Marium Farooqi, Syed Salman Ahmed and Imran Jawaid

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:26

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  18. Content type: Research

    In this retrospective study we investigated the clinical and radiological outcome after operative treatment of acute Rockwood III-V injuries of the AC-joint using two acromioclavicular (AC) cerclages and one c...

    Authors: Gunther H Sandmann, Frank Martetschläger, Lisa Mey, Tobias M Kraus, Arne Buchholz, Philipp Ahrens, Ulrich Stöckle, Thomas Freude and Sebastian Siebenlist

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:25

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  19. Content type: Research

    To prevent surgical site infection it is desirable to keep bacterial counts low in the operating room air during orthopaedic surgery, especially prosthetic surgery. As the air-borne bacteria are mainly derived...

    Authors: Ann Tammelin, Bengt Ljungqvist and Berit Reinmüller

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:23

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  20. Content type: Case report

    Condom catheters are indicated in spinal cord injury patients in whom intravesical pressures during storage and voiding are safe. Unmonitored use of penile sheath drainage can lead to serious complications.

    Authors: Subramanian Vaidyanathan, Fahed Selmi, Kottarathil Abraham Abraham, Peter Hughes, Gurpreet Singh and Bakul Soni

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:22

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  21. Content type: Research

    A significant proportion of surgical patients are unintentionally harmed during their hospital stay. Root Cause Analysis (RCA) aims to determine the aetiology of adverse incidents that lead to patient harm and...

    Authors: Maziar Khorsandi, Christos Skouras, Kevin Beatson and Afshin Alijani

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:21

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  22. Content type: Research

    Image guided spinal injections are successfully used in the management of low back pain and sciatica. The main benefit of CT-guided injections is the safe, fast and precise needle placement, but the radiation ...

    Authors: Juraj Artner, Balkan Cakir, Sebastian Weckbach, Heiko Reichel and Friederike Lattig

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:19

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  23. Content type: Editorial

    Electronic health records serve multiple purposes, including clinical communication, legal documentation, financial transaction capture, research and analytics. Electronic signatures attached to entries in EHR...

    Authors: Michael S Victoroff MD

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:20

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  24. Content type: Research

    The occurrence of synchronous or metachronous renal cell carcinoma and pancreatic tumors has been described only in a few cases in the scientific literature. The study of double primary cancers is important be...

    Authors: Sascha A Müller, Sascha Pahernik, Ulf Hinz, David J Martin, Moritz N Wente, Thilo Hackert, Christine Leowardi, Axel Haferkamp, Markus W Büchler and Bruno M Schmied

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:18

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  25. Content type: Letter to the Editor

    In 2005 the Swiss government implemented new work-hour limitations for all residency programs in Switzerland, including a 50-hour weekly limit. The reduction in the working hours of doctors in training implica...

    Authors: Adrian P Businger, Urban Laffer and Reto Kaderli

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:17

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  26. Content type: Case report

    The ingestion of non-food items in children is a relatively common event, often unwitnessed, unknown, and unreported. For those children brought in for medical evaluation, less than 10% require intervention, a...

    Authors: James R Bailey, Eric A Eisner and Eric W Edmonds

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:16

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  27. Content type: Case report

    The introduction of the National Health Service (NHS) Breast Screening Programme has led to a considerable increase in the detection of impalpable breast cancer. Patients with impalpable breast cancer typicall...

    Authors: Daniel Richard Leff, Charles Vincent, Ragheed Al-Mufti, Deborah Cunningham, Ara Darzi and Dimitri J Hadjiminas

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:15

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  28. Content type: Research

    Delay in the diagnosis of colorectal cancer (CRC) may have important clinical and medico-legal implications. This study identifies the claims made on the basis of delay in the diagnosis of CRC to the Swedish i...

    Authors: Larsolof Hafström, Henry Johansson and Jon Ahlberg

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:13

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  29. Content type: Research

    For recurrent disease or primary therapy of advanced ovarian cancer, cytoreductive surgery (CRS) followed by adjuvant chemotherapy is a therapeutic option. The aim of this study was to evaluate the outcome for...

    Authors: Rene Warschkow, Ignazio Tarantino, Jochen Lange, Sascha A Müller, Bruno M Schmied, Michael Zünd and Thomas Steffen

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:12

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  30. Content type: Research

    Current knowledge suggests that, by applying evidence-based measures relating to the correct use of prophylactic antibiotics, perioperative normothermia, urinary tract catheterization and hand hygiene, importa...

    Authors: Annette Erichsen Andersson, Ingrid Bergh, Jón Karlsson, Bengt I Eriksson and Kerstin Nilsson

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:11

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  31. Content type: Case report

    Urological complications are the major cause of ill health in patients with spina bifida. Urinary sepsis accounted for the majority of admissions in patients with spina bifida. As the patient grows older, chan...

    Authors: Subramanian Vaidyanathan, Fahed Selmi, Bakul Soni, Peter Hughes, Gurpreet Singh, Kamesh Pulya and Tun Oo

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:10

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  32. Content type: Research

    Outcome measurement in shoulder surgery is essential to evaluate the patient safety and treatment efficiency. Currently this is jeopardized by the fact that most patient-reported self-assessment instruments ar...

    Authors: Florian Schmidutz, Marc Beirer, Volker Braunstein, Viktoria Bogner, Ernst Wiedemann and Peter Biberthaler

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:9

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  33. Content type: Review

    The adoption of robotic assistance has contributed to the increased utilization of partial nephrectomy for the management of renal tumors. However, partial nephrectomy can be technically challenging because of...

    Authors: Kenneth G Nepple, Gurdarshan S Sandhu, Craig G Rogers, Mohamad E Allaf, Jihad H Kaouk, Robert S Figenshau, Michael D Stifelman and Sam B Bhayani

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:8

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  34. Content type: Case report

    Placement of external fixation frames is an expedient and minimally invasive method of achieving bone and joint stability in the setting of severe trauma. Although anatomic safe zones are established for place...

    Authors: Gregory R Staeheli, Michael R Fraser Jr and Steven J Morgan

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:7

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  35. Content type: Case report

    Calcaneal fractures are common injuries involving the hind foot and often a source of significant long-term morbidity. Treatment options have changed throughout the ages from periods of preferred nonoperative ...

    Authors: Cyril Mauffrey, James R Bailey, David J Hak and Mark E Hammerberg

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:6

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  36. Content type: Case report

    Muscle herniation of the leg is a rare clinical entity. Yet, knowing this condition is necessary to avoid misdiagnosis and delayed treatment. In the extremities, muscle herniation most commonly occurs as a res...

    Authors: Greta Bergmann, Bernhard D Ciritsis, Guido A Wanner, Hans-Peter Simmen, Clément ML Werner and Georg Osterhoff

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:5

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  37. Content type: Case report

    Today, skeletal tibial traction remains a mainstay of initial management following high-energy, major orthopaedic lower extremity trauma. Historically utilized as definitive fracture management, recent advance...

    Authors: Frank A Liporace, Richard S Yoon and Anil K Kesani

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:4

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  38. Content type: Case report

    Some tetraplegic patients may wish to undergo urological procedures without anaesthesia, but these patients can develop autonomic dysreflexia if cystoscopy and vesical lithotripsy are performed without anaesth...

    Authors: Subramanian Vaidyanathan, Bakul Soni, Fahed Selmi, Gurpreet Singh, Cristian Esanu, Peter Hughes, Tun Oo and Kamesh Pulya

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:3

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  39. Content type: Research

    Objective data on the incidence and pattern of adverse events after orthopaedic surgical procedures remain scarce, secondary to the reluctance for encompassing reporting of surgical complications. The aim of t...

    Authors: Annica Öhrn, Johan Elfström, Hans Tropp and Hans Rutberg

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:2

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  40. Content type: Case report

    Malignant pheochromocytoma is a neuroendocrine tumor that originates from chromaffin tissue. Although osseous metastases are common, metastatic dissemination to the spine rarely occurs.

    Authors: Daniel Rittirsch, Edouard Battegay, Lukas U Zimmerli, Werner Baulig, Donat R Spahn, Christian Ossendorf, Guido A Wanner, Hans-Peter Simmen and Clément M L Werner

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2012 6:1

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  41. Content type: Case report

    Wrong site surgery is one of five surgical "Never Events," which include performing surgery on the incorrect side or incorrect site, performing the wrong procedure, performing surgery on the wrong patient, uni...

    Authors: Emily M Lindley, Sergiu Botolin, Evalina L Burger and Vikas V Patel

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2011 5:33

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  42. Content type: Short report

    The objective of this study is to analyze the proximal tibiofibular joint in patients with knee pain after treatment of tibial shaft fractures with locked intramedullary nail.

    Authors: Pedro José Labronici, Robinson Esteves Santos Pires, José Sérgio Franco, Hélio Jorge Alvachian Fernandes and Fernando Baldy dos Reis

    Citation: Patient Safety in Surgery 2011 5:31

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