Impact of mandatory nonoperative training on surgical critical care. Discussion.
American association for the surgery of trauma. Annual session. Louisville KY (USA), 1992/09/17.
Since the development of surgical critical care (SCC) as a discrete body of knowledge and its recognition by the American Board of Surgery (ABS), it has been beset by several controversies.
One controversy is that the Residency Review Committee (RRC) for Surgery mandated that approved SCC training be 1 year long with no operative experience.
A survey was conducted to determine the opinions and experiences on this controversy and others of 498 surgeons who regularly practice SCC.
Seventy percent (349) responded and 100% of these held a Certificate of Added Qualifications in SCC.
Only 35% of the respondents had completed a critical care fellowship and 61% were either the director or associate director of an ICU.
Mots-clés Pascal : Soin intensif, Bloc opératoire, Questionnaire, Chirurgien, Traumatisme, Protocole thérapeutique, Homme
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Intensive care, Operating room, Questionnaire, Surgeon, Trauma, Therapeutic protocol, Human
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