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Sunday, January 08, 2017

(repost) Canada - Care Delivery Patterns, Processes, and Outcomes for Primary Ovarian Cancer Surgery - Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada



abstract: Care Delivery Patterns, Processes, and Outcomes for Primary Ovarian Cancer Surgery: A Population-Based Review Using a National Administrative Database - Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada

Abstract
In this pan-Canadian study, we sought to elucidate the current state of surgical care for primary ovarian cancers and factors influencing selected short-term outcomes; these were in-hospital mortality (IHM), major complications (MCs), failure-to-rescue (FTR), and hospital length of stay (LOS). 


Conclusion

Despite limitations in the administrative data set, valuable information was available for this pan-Canadian analysis. Our findings support centralization of surgical procedures for women with ovarian cancer in tertiary care centres with higher surgical volumes that are staffed by in-house multidisciplinary care teams and specialist surgeons.

Conclusion

Malgré des lacunes dans l'ensemble de données administratives, nous avons dégagé des renseignements utiles pour cette analyse pancanadienne. Nos observations appuient la centralisation des interventions chirurgicales destinées aux femmes atteintes de cancer de l'ovaire dans des centres tertiaires où sont pratiquées un grand nombre d'opérations du genre et qui sont dotés, à l'interne, d'équipes de soins multidisciplinaires et de chirurgiens spécialisés.

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