theatre notes

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theatre notes

Simplistically, a hard copy that details the particulars of a surgical procedure, which generally contains demographic details of the patient (name, hospital number, NHS number, age, sex), and hand-written information about the procedure (e.g., opening and closing times).
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On the other hand, all 19 cases with bilateral nerve injuries were reported to have been considered as malpractice since any situation that may prevent or complicate nerve dissection was not stated in pre-operative imaging reports, operative notes, or pathology reports.
recommended use of aide-memoire to improve the quality of operative notes in orthopaedic surgeries.
Hira et al13 conducted a study to assess the operative notes at a tertiary care hospital in Pakistan and compared them to the standards set by Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Zubia Masood presented a study conducted in the department of general surgery at Ziauddin University Hospital Kemari campus to assess the operative notes at a tertiary care hospital and to compare them to the standards set by Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Previously, with operative notes, Levine says that he and his colleagues would speak into the phone and have the note get transcribed by someone--likely in another country--only to have it sent back to be edited.
7% considered it necessary to mention the lost gallstones in operative notes and 70.
The operative notes specifically confirmed the surgical procedure, conversion to open surgery, mesh fixation, per-operative complications (vascular, bowel, and visceral injuries).
Objective: To find out the opinion of surgical team about teaching of operative notes and whether writing of operative notes is taught during surgical training.
I began the cross-examination with a series of questions about the defendant's operative notes.
Ensure that there are legible operative notes (typed if possible) for every operative procedure.
5 million Ohio voters who voted for Kerry [in 2004] who didn't vote in 2002," one senior Democratic operative notes.