operative mortality

operative mortality

The percentage of Pts who die while hospitalized during or after a surgical procedure
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also concluded that preoperative hemorrhage volume and GCS score is a stronger predictor of operative mortality in patients with ICH.
Impact of hospital volume on operative mortality for major cancer surgery.
The STS Congenital Heart Surgery Database (CHSD) star rating is calculated based on overall risk-adjusted operative mortality for all patients undergoing pediatric and/or congenital heart surgery performed by an STS CHSD participant.
Conclusions: Surgical revascularization for patients with STEMI and LVD can be performed at different times after STEMI with comparable operative mortality and long-term survival.
Surgeon age and operative mortality in the Unites States.
Evaluating Operative Mortality of Cardiac Surgery: First Define Operative Mortality.
In other words, as the authors wrote, "Implementation of surgical safety checklists in Ontario, Canada, was not associated with significant reductions in operative mortality or complications.
Isolated ventricular septal defect has been treated by primary repair with a very low operative mortality rate.
This approach stresses the need for sufficient evidence of MR severity, obtained by appropriate echocardiographic assessement (values of RVol and ERO), and a likelihood of successful repair of >95%, with operative mortality of 1% or less.
The most recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine exploring the Ontario experience suggests that province-wide mandatory implementation in almost 100 hospitals had no significant reduction in operative mortality or surgical complications.