Indications for new and evolving surgical techniques. Patient selection for applying the appropriate technique. Hospital management to decrease peri-operative complications. Effective review of the electronic medical record and communication intra and interdepartmentally. Follow new and evolving guidelines in Peri-operative complication prophylaxis (DVT, Infection -surgical site, pneumonia, UTI).
Be able to communicate with colleagues. Uncertainty of a frozen section. OR availability or access. Access to appropriate peri-operative testing and peri-operative care. Best practices and solutions to problems will be discussed among colleagues.
All staff from General Surgery Department in Vacaville.
1. Identify ways to minimize the risk of surgery.
2. Identify risk factors for the complications discussed.
3. Manage complications & unanticipated outcomes that occur in surgical management measured under NSQUIP.
4. Reduce peri-operative complications.
5. Effectively manage unusual and or complicated cases.
Minhao Zhou, MD, General Surgery, Kaiser Permanente Vacaville
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