Resident supervision in the operating room : does this impact on outcome ?. Discussion.
Eastern Association for the surgery of Trauma. Annual scientific assembly. Longboat Key FL (USA), 1993/01/13.
Resident supervision by faculty is a sine qua non of surgical education, yet objective standards for supervision are difficult to quantify.
Over a 12-month period, using departmental data on morbidity, mortality outcome, and faculty status in the operating room, the association between complications, death, and attending physician presence were analyzed by Chi-square tests of association in 2x2 contingency tables, or by the Mantel-Haenszel Chi-square to control for a stratifying variable.
A total of 4417 cases were reported.
Attending physicians were either scrubbed or present in the OR 91.8% of the time, although there was considerable variation among services.
The overall mortality rate was 6.2% and complications occurred in 7.0% overall.
Mots-clés Pascal : Traitement, Homme, Chirurgie, Chirurgien, Interne, Bloc opératoire, Mortalité, Superviseur, Morbidité, Formation professionnelle
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Treatment, Human, Surgery, Surgeon, Internal, Operating room, Mortality, Supervisor, Morbidity, Occupational training
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