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Background Patients considering where to have surgery may reasonably believe that their chances of survival are highest at hospitals whose reported operative mortality is zero. We sought to determine if hospitals with zero mortality over 3 years also have lower than average mortality in the...
Background Complications after liver transplantation are common and expensive. The incremental costs of adult posttransplantation liver transplantation complications and who pays for these complications (center or payor) is unknown.
Background Acquiring a blood-borne disease is a risk of performing operations. Most data about seroconversion are based on hollow-bore needlesticks. Some studies have examined the inoculation volumes of pure blood delivered by suture needles. There is a lack of data about the effect of...
Background Bariatric surgery is indicated for severely obese adolescents who have failed nonsurgical treatment. Our objective was to examine national trends in the use of bariatric operations among adolescents.
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