Is Patient Satisfaction Associated with 30-day Postoperative Outcomes in a Population Primarily Undergoing Laparoscopic Procedures?
Presented by Kristel Lobo Prabhu at the SS30: Value/Outcomes Session during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.
Should Surgeons Perform More Diagnostic and Screening Colonoscopies? A comparison of Endoscopic Localization Error Rate Between Operating Surgeons and Referring Endoscopists in Colorectal Cancer
Presented by Arash Azin at the SS08: Flexible Endoscopy Session during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.
Title: Qualitative Assessment of ERP Implementation Presenter: Allan Okrainec, MD Session: Postgraduate Course: SAGES SMART – Incorporating the Latest in Enhanced Recovery into your Gastrointestinal Surgery Program SAGES 2016 Keyword(s): bowel prep, BPIGS, ERAS program, ERP, fast track surgery, fasting, GI surgery program, guideline, mobilization, nursing ed, pt ed, qualitative assessment, SMART
Comparison of Clinical and Economic Outcomes Between Robotic, Laparoscopic and Open Rectal Cancer Su
COMPARISON OF CLINICAL AND ECONOMIC OUTCOMES BETWEEN ROBOTIC, LAPAROSCOPIC AND OPEN RECTAL CANCER SURGERY EARLY EXPERIENCE AT A TERTIARY ACADEMIC CENTER Karim M Ramji, MD onathan M Josse, MD, MSc, Michelle C Cleghorn, MSc, Haiyan Jiang, PhD, Andrea MacNeill, MD, MSc, Usmaan Hameed, MD, Catherine O’Brien, MD, PhD, David Urbach, MD, MSc, Fayez A Quereshy, […]
THIRD ARM FOR SURGEON FEASIBILITY AND APPLICATIONS ELAHE ABDI, PHDC SHARIFA HIMIDAN, MPHAMED BOURI, PHD. HANNES BLEULER, PHD surgical tasks–31 sec goal–1:20 method–1:46 conclusion–5:29 IPEG–5:55 https://www.ipeg.org/meeting/ Q&A session–5:57 Keyword(s): feasibility, IPEG, robot, third arm, visual feedback