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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Keywords: Template operative notes, Laparoscopic cholecystectomy, Completeness of data.
Next, operative notes for those cases were reviewed to determine whether the extra specimen received was actually due to the intraoperative pathology consultation.
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Two senior ENT surgeons, who were blinded to the HRCT images, reviewed the operative notes and surgical videos.
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.
Relevant operative details, including procedure performed and equipment used, were obtained from the operative notes. Information on stone number, size, and location, was obtained from preoperative imaging when not included in the operative dictation.
Such operative notes and the postoperative instructions and observations are vital for review of operation and future planning.
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.
79.7% considered it necessary to mention the lost gallstones in operative notes and 70.3% actually documented the same.