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Safety in Spine Surgery
Safety in Spine Surgery
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       저   자 : Vitale
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       출판사 : LWW
    ISBN(13) : 9781975103910
       발행일 : 2019-08-25  /   1판   /   250 페이지
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        Transforming Patient Care and Optimizing Outcomes

Description


An indispensable resource for spine surgery professionals at all levels of experience, Safety in Spine Surgery:
Transforming Patient Care and Optimizing Outcomes addresses today's key issues in this complex field.
Editor, Michael Vitale, MD, Chief Quality Officer in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Columbia University
Medical Center, leads an outstanding team of spine surgeons and other healthcare professionals who provide clear
guidance in improving the care and safety of adult and pediatric patients undergoing surgery for disorders of the
spine. Timely coverage includes using systems to improve safety and outcomes (such as adherence to process, open
communication, team skills-building and training, creating urgency, and building consensus), with a focus on
reducing infection, hemorrhage, and nerve injury.



PART I AVOIDING COMPLICATIONS
1. Standard Work in the Preoperative Assessment
2. Bleeding and the Importance of Standard Work
3. Blood Conservation in Spine Surgery
4. Avoiding Catastrophic Intraoperative Neurologic Events in Spine Deformity Surgery
5. Surgical Site Infection: Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment
6. Making Wrong Site Spine Surgery a Never Event

PART 2 COUNTER MEASURES TO IMPROVE SAFETY IN SPINE SURGERY
7. Optimizing Pain Management in Spine Patients
8. Risk Severity Scores in Spine Surgery
9. The Importance of the Two-Surgeon Approach
10. Benefits of Teams and Teamwork in Spine Surgery Quality, Safety, and Value
11. Using the Comprehensive Unit-Based Safety Program to Make Spine Care Better
12. Enabling Technologies to Make Spine Surgery Safer

PART 3 USING SYSTEMS TO GET BETTER
13. Optimizing Surgical Performance: What We Can Learn From Elite Athletes
14. Getting Better Through Coaching and Mentorship
15. Quality 101: PDCA, RCA, Six Sigma, and Lean뾚hat Is All This and How Can It Be Applied to
16. Mistake Proofing in the Surgical Care of a Spine Patient
17. Toyota Production System Principles Applied to Spine Care
18. Transforming Patient Care and Optimizing Outcomes

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