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  • Unplanned readmissions in younger and older adult patients: the role of healthcare-related adverse events. [Journal Article]
  • Eur J Med Res 2016; 21(1):35EJ
  • Magdelijns FJ, Schepers L, … Stassen PM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Readmissions are common in medical patients, and, thus, remain a reason for concern in terms of patient safety and quality of care. AEs, responsible for to the index admission, were not associated with readmissions. ADL dependency was the only factor associated with readmission in patients of all ages and older patients, indicating that determining which patients are at risk for readmissions is not easy.
  • Safety of outpatient anterior cervical discectomy and fusion: a systematic review and meta-analysis. [Journal Article]
  • Eur J Med Res 2016; 21(1):34EJ
  • Ban D, Liu Y, … Feng S
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this study, outpatient surgery has a similar risk with inpatient surgery, and no difference of morbidity between outpatient and inpatient was found. Because of short operative time and moderate postoperative pain, we believe that outpatient cervical spine surgery is a safe and convenient alternative procedure, which also decrease the cost of care. Besides, postoperative complications including dysphagia and hematoma should be noticed.
  • Stem cell procedures in arthroscopic surgery. [Review]
  • Eur J Med Res 2016; 21(1):29EJ
  • Dyrna F, Herbst E, … Schmitt A
  • The stem cell as the building block necessary for tissue reparation and homeostasis plays a major role in regenerative medicine. Their unique property of being pluripotent, able to control immune pro...
  • Modified Hughes procedure for reconstruction of large full-thickness lower eyelid defects following tumor resection. [Journal Article]
  • Eur J Med Res 2016; 21(1):27EJ
  • Hishmi AM, Koch KR, … Heindl LM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The modified Hughes procedure remains a well-suited technique for reconstructing lower eyelid defects involving up to 100 % of the horizontal lid length. Leaving Müller's muscle attached to the Hughes flap might prevent premature flap dehiscence without increasing the frequency of upper lid retractions in turn. Whether using a free skin graft or a skin-muscle advancement flap for anterior lamella reconstruction, seems to be insignificant for the functional-aesthetical outcome.
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