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In the setting of protocolized glycemic control, the relationship between postoperative glycemic variability on major adverse events (MAEs) after cardiac surgery is unknown for patients with increased preoperative hemoglobin A1C (HbA1C >6.5%).
is preoperative weight loss a reliable predictor of postoperative weight loss?
Brinck et al 2018 Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews Perioperative intravenous ketamine for acute postoperative pain in adults (Review) Brinck ECV, Tiippana E, Heesen M, Bell RF, Straube S, Moore RA, Kontinen V Brinck ECV, Tiippana E, Heesen M, Bell RF, Straube S, Moore RA, Kontinen V.
We collected the components of the Surgical Apgar Score at the time of operation for 5,909 adult patients undergoing noncardiac operative procedures under general anesthesia at 8 hospitals in diverse international settings and evaluated the relationship between patients’ scores and the incidence of inpatient postoperative morbidity and mortality, using generalized estimating equations to adjust for clustering within sites.
We previously derived and validated a ten-point Surgical Apgar Score—based on intraoperative blood loss, heart rate, and blood pressure—that effectively predicts major postoperative complications within 30 days of general and vascular surgery.
The Surgical Apgar Score (SAS), a simple metric based on intraoperative heart rate, blood pressure, and blood loss, was developed in general and vascular surgery to predict 30-day major postoperative complications and mortality.
However, it has been less clear whether levels of catastrophizing influence longer-term postoperative outcomes.
Relationship between postoperative cardiac troponin I levels and outcome of cardiac surgery.
Preoperative weight loss should be considered as a risk factor of postoperative complications in obese subjects as in normal weight patients.
Her immediate postoperative recovery was uneventful.
Speciﬁcally, we discuss the relationship between preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative anemia and the outcomes of
for the OPTIMISE Study Group Editorial page 2177 IMPORTANCE Small trials suggest that postoperative outcomes may be improved by the use of cardiac output monitoring to guide administration of intravenous fluid and inotropic drugs as part of a hemodynamic therapy algorithm.
Anterior T4 lesions, node negative, frequently receive adjuvant postoperative chemotherapy only.
however, other important factors contributing to postoperative mental health include a patient’s sense of taking control of his/her life and support from health care staff.