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Magnus Hultin, Maritha Jacobsson, Christine Brulin, Maria Härgestam
Leadership in acute care teams based on knowledge and communication - an interdisciplinary analysis of a serie of in-situ trauma team trainings Efficient communication is one of the key features of good teamwork. Call-outs (CO) and Closed-loop communication (CLC), as a component of secure and efficient communication, has been extensively taught in the team training context. This paper reports results from a thesis exploring how trauma teams communicate while working. Eighteen in-situ trauma team training sessions were documented with surveys, audio and video for later analysis...
2016: Läkartidningen
Michael J Battistone, Andrea M Barker, Marissa P Grotzke, J Peter Beck, Jeffery T Berdan, Jorie M Butler, Caroline K Milne, Tim Huhtala, Grant W Cannon
BACKGROUND: Musculoskeletal (MSK) problems are common, and a recent US Bone and Joint Initiative calls for new models of education and professional collaboration. Evidence of feasibility and acceptability of innovative methods are needed. OBJECTIVE: We assessed if an experimental immersion interdisciplinary MSK curriculum would be acceptable to residents from different specialties, be feasible within existing rotations, and be effective in strengthening clinical skills...
July 2016: Journal of Graduate Medical Education
Florence E Turrentine, Karen M Rose, John B Hanks, Breyette Lorntz, John A Owen, Valentina L Brashers, Erika E Ramsdale
BACKGROUND: Effective collaboration among healthcare providers is an essential component of high-quality patient care. Interprofessional education is foundational to ensuring that students are prepared to engage in optimal collaboration once they enter clinical practice particularly in the care of complex geriatric patients undergoing surgery. STUDY DESIGN: To enhance interprofessional education between nursing students and medical students in a clinical environment, we modeled the desired behavior and skills needed for interprofessional preoperative geriatric assessment for students, then provided an opportunity for students to practice skills in nurse/physician pairs on standardized patients...
May 2016: Nurse Education Today
Aurélie Baillot, Warner M Mampuya, Isabelle J Dionne, Emilie Comeau, Anne Méziat-Burdin, Marie-France Langlois
BACKGROUND: Experts recommend physical activity (PA) to optimize bariatric surgery (BS) results. However, evidence on the effect of PA before BS is missing. The aim of this study was to assess the impact of adding a Pre-Surgical Exercise Training (PreSET) to an interdisciplinary lifestyle intervention on physical fitness, quality of life, PA barriers, and anthropometric parameters of subjects awaiting BS. METHODS: Thirty candidates for BS (43.2 ± 9.2 years, 47...
April 1, 2016: Obesity Surgery
M Keller, E Kurz, O Schmidtlein, G Welsch, C Anders
BACKGROUND: In the treatment of patients with lower extremity injuries, a paradigm shift is taking place: Time-dependent concepts are increasingly being replaced by function-based concepts. METHODS: A function-based Return to Activity Algorithm is presented which contains a level classification (I-IV). Qualitative and subsequent quantitative tests are assigned to every level. Within each level, first the respective qualitative test has to be passed before patients are allowed to perform the corresponding quantitative test...
March 2016: Sportverletzung Sportschaden: Organ der Gesellschaft Für Orthopädisch-Traumatologische Sportmedizin
Sanjeev Sockalingam, Hedieh Tehrani, Anna Kacikanis, Adrienne Tan, Raed Hawa, Ruthie Anderson, Allan Okrainec, Susan Abbey
The high incidence of delirium in surgical units is a serious quality concern, given its impact on morbidity and mortality. While successful delirium management depends upon interdisciplinary care, training needs for surgical teams have not been studied. A needs assessment of surgical units was conducted to determine perceived comfort in managing delirium, and interprofessional training needs for team-based care. We administered a survey to 106 General Surgery healthcare professionals (69% response rate) with a focus on attitudes towards delirium and team management...
2015: Journal of Interprofessional Care
Nurka Pranjić, Ljiljana Maleš-Bilić
Low back pain is the second most common symptom-related reason for physician visits and the first reason of working disability. Low back pain is a ubiquitous complaint, with particularly high prevalence among people in their working years (67%). For many individuals, episodes of back pain are self-limited and resolve without specific therapy. For others, however, back pain is recurrent or chronic, causing significant pain that interferes with employment and quality of life. Many occupations have been anecdotally linked to certain low back pain syndrome...
March 2015: Acta Medica Croatica: C̆asopis Hravatske Akademije Medicinskih Znanosti
L Brodauf, K Heßing, R Hoffmann, B Friemert
The white paper on the medical care of the severely injured published in 2006 is a collection of proposals and recommendations concerning structure, organization and equipment for the medical care of severely injured patients. Since its publication 50 networks ( ) have been established as part of the trauma network. This and the trauma register have helped to continuously improve the medical care of severely injured patients since 1993 [26]. Numerous studies have documented the progress made in measures required by the trauma network [4, 6]...
October 2015: Der Unfallchirurg
Tasce Bongiovanni, Heather Yeo, Julie A Sosa, Peter S Yoo, Theodore Long, Marjorie Rosenthal, David Berg, Leslie Curry, Marcella Nunez-Smith
BACKGROUND: High rates of attrition from general surgery residency may threaten the surgical workforce. We sought to gain further insight regarding resident motivations for leaving general surgery residency. METHODS: We conducted in-depth interviews to generate rich narrative data that explored individual experiences. An interdisciplinary team used the constant comparative method to analyze the data. RESULTS: Four themes characterized experiences of our 19 interviewees who left their residency program...
October 2015: American Journal of Surgery
Katherine T Flynn-O'Brien, Samuel P Mandell, Erik Van Eaton, Anneliese M Schleyer, Lisa K McIntyre
OBJECTIVE: Morbidity and mortality conferences (MMCs) are often used to fulfill the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education practice-based learning and improvement (PBLI) competency, but there is variation among institutions and disciplines in their approach to MMCs. The objective of this study is to examine the trainees' perspective and experience with MMCs and adverse patient event (APE) reporting across disciplines to help guide the future implementation of an institution-wide, workflow-embedded, quality improvement (QI) program for PBLI...
November 2015: Journal of Surgical Education
Daniel Junker, Thomas R W Herrmann, Markus Bader, Jasmin Bektic, Gregor Henkel, Stephan Kruck, Markus Sandbichler, David Schilling, Georg Schäfer, Udo Nagele
INTRODUCTION: Experience from interdisciplinary cooperation revealed the need for a prostate mapping scheme to communicate multiparametric MRI (mpMRI) findings between radiologists, urologists, and pathologists, which should be detailed, yet easy to memorize. For this purpose, the 'Prostate interdisciplinary communication and mapping algorithm for biopsy and pathology' (PIC-MABP) was developed. This study evaluated the accuracy of the PIC-MABP system. METHODS: PIC-MABP was tested and validated in findings of 10 randomly selected patients from routine clinical practise with 18 histologically proven cancer lesions...
February 2016: World Journal of Urology
Raoul Georg Geissler, Clemens Kösters, Dominik Franz, Hubert Buddendick, Matthias Borowski, Christian Juhra, Matthias Lange, Holger Bunzemeier, Norbert Roeder, Walter Sibrowski, Michael J Raschke, Peter Schlenke
BACKGROUND: The aim of our single-centre retrospective study presented here is to further analyse the utilisation of allogeneic blood components within a 5-year observation period (2009-2013) in trauma surgery (15,457 patients) under the measures of an educational patient blood management (PBM) initiative. METHODS: After the implementation of the PBM initiative in January 2012, the Institute of Transfusion Medicine und Transplantation Immunology educates surgeons and nurses at the Department of Trauma Surgery to avoid unnecessary blood transfusions...
March 2015: Transfusion Medicine and Hemotherapy
Dimitrios Stefanidis, Katherine M Ingram, Kristy H Williams, Crystal L Bencken, Dawn Swiderski
BACKGROUND: Interdisciplinary team training in a simulation center recreates clinical team interactions and holds promise in improving teamwork of clinicians by breaking down educational silos. The objective of our study was to assess the appropriateness of interdisciplinary training with general surgery residents and nursing students. METHODS: Over 2 consecutive academic years (2012-2013 and 2013-2014), general surgery residents participated in interdisciplinary team-training simulation-based sessions with senior nursing students...
September 2015: Journal of Surgical Education
Raffaele Nuzzi, Federico Tridico
During laparoscopic surgery, ocular complications are possible, sometimes leading to devastating visual losses, hardly susceptible to recovery, although rare. Principal ocular adverse events are represented by corneal abrasions and the perioperative visual loss (POVL). POVL onset is related to intraocular pressure elevations (particularly after patient positioning in Trendelenburg or prone decubitus, depending on the surgical procedure), anesthesiologic factors and patients' characteristics. In the light of evidence from the existing literature, the authors suggest surgical and anesthesiologic measures to prevent and manage ocular complications in laparoscopic surgery...
2016: Seminars in Ophthalmology
Gianni R Lorello, Christopher M Hicks, Sana-Ara Ahmed, Zoe Unger, Deven Chandra, Megan A Hayter
INTRODUCTION: Effective trauma resuscitation requires the coordinated efforts of an interdisciplinary team. Mental practice (MP) is defined as the mental rehearsal of activity in the absence of gross muscular movements and has been demonstrated to enhance acquiring technical and procedural skills. The role of MP to promote nontechnical, team-based skills for trauma has yet to be investigated. METHODS: We randomized anaesthesiology, emergency medicine, and surgery residents to two-member teams randomly assigned to either an MP or control group...
March 2016: CJEM
Werner Korb, Norman Geißler, Gero Strauß
INTRODUCTION: Engineering a medical technology is a complex process, therefore it is important to include experts from different scientific fields. This is particularly true for the development of surgical technology, where the relevant scientific fields are surgery (medicine) and engineering (electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, etc.). Furthermore, the scientific field of human factors is important to ensure that a surgical technology is indeed functional, process-oriented, effective, efficient as well as user- and patient-oriented...
March 2015: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
Deíse Moura de Oliveira, Miriam Aparecida Barbosa Merighi, Maria Cristina Pinto de Jesus
OBJECTIVE: To understand the process by which an obese woman decides to have bariatric surgery. METHOD: A qualitative survey with a social phenomenology approach, carried out in 2012, with 12 women, using the phenomenological interview. RESULTS: A woman bases the decision to have the surgery on: the inappropriateness of her eating habits; a physical appearance that is incompatible with an appearance that is standardized by society; the social prejudice that she has to live with; the limitations imposed by obesity; and her lack of success with previous attempts to lose weight...
December 2014: Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da U S P
D Pögl, N Stadler, T Kempny
BACKGROUND: A large number of possibilities to cover chronic ulcers are available. The special aspects of the diabetic foot need to be considered when selecting a flap design for coverage. OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this work is to discuss which plastic surgery techniques are preferred when treating chronic ulcers of the diabetic foot. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Analysis of our own cases and discussion of basic literature. RESULTS: Muscle flaps generally have better perfusion and increased angiogenic activity than skin flaps and, therefore, have better results in the treatment of chronic wounds...
January 2015: Der Orthopäde
François Doz
Numerous cytotoxic drugs used to treat childhood cancers, as well as pelvic or hypothalamo- pituitary irradiation and gonadal surgery, can affect subsequent hormonal function and fertility. Prevention of these adverse consequences is based primarily on therapeutic de-escalation when possible, and now also on gonad or gamete preservation. These patients and their parents must receive thorough information, taking into account the child's age, the proposed treatments, and the length of follow-up. Teams treating childhood cancers must receive appropriate training, and access to innovative fertility-preserving techniques must be guaranteed at the national level...
April 2013: Bulletin de L'Académie Nationale de Médecine
K Kroeger, B Luther
In the future vascular medicine will still have a great impact on health of people. It should be noted that the aging of the population does not lead to a dramatic increase in patient numbers, but will be associated with a changing spectrum of co-morbidities. In addition, vascular medical research has to include the intensive care special features of vascular patients, the involvement of vascular medicine in a holistic concept of fast-track surgery, a geriatric-oriented intensive monitoring and early geriatric rehabilitation...
October 2014: Zentralblatt Für Chirurgie
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