operative mortality

operative mortality

The percentage of Pts who die while hospitalized during or after a surgical procedure
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Low operative mortality, more freedoms from prosthetic valve-related complications, enhanced preservation of left ventricular function have had positive influence in the adoption of mitral valve repair.
The aim of this study is to determine the incidence of critical incidents and operative mortality in a CEE class (100 bedded) hospital and to set reference values to assess quality of anesthesia-related health care in future and to compare it with data in developed countries for improvement in standards of anesthesia care in this hospital.
"It's a risky, technically demanding operation with an operative mortality rate of 10 to 20 percent, even at experienced centers," says Dr.
The primary objectives of these systems are to predict operative mortality and evaluate peri-operative cardiac care.
Prediction of operative mortality after valve replacement surgery.
Operative mortality, patients with incomplete follow-up, cases of incomplete resection, and Stage IV patients were exclusion criteria.
He said that generally in expert hands operative mortality of most of brain tumours is less than 5%.
'Generally, in expert hands operative mortality of most of brain tumours is less than five per cent.
The researchers found that patient mortality was lower for older versus younger surgeons, with adjusted operative mortality rates of 6.6, 6.5, 6.4, and 6.3 percent for surgeons aged under 40 years, 40 to 49 years, 50 to 59 years, and 60 years and older, respectively.
Preoperative serum albumin level as a predictor of operative mortality and morbidity: results from the National VA Surgical Risk Study.
Waljee (8) had similar conclusions in her study of 461,000 Medicare patients who underwent major surgery: Older surgeons did have higher operative mortality rates for pancreatectomy, coronary artery bypass grafts and carotid endarterectomy relative to younger surgeons, but the differences were small and limited to surgeons with low procedure volumes.
suggested it may be the preferred strategy for ABF, with low operative mortality (3%) and low need for operative intervention in the first 30 days after TEVAR (3%) [7].