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(British Journal of Surgery[TA])
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  • Postoperative ileus following major colorectal surgery. [Review]
  • BJBr J Surg 2018 Feb 22
  • Chapman SJ, Pericleous A, … Jayne DG
  • CONCLUSIONS: POI is a common condition with no established definition, aetiology or treatment. According to current literature, minimally invasive surgery, protocol-driven recovery (including early feeding and opioid avoidance strategies) and measures to avoid major inflammatory events (such as anastomotic leak) offer the best chances of reducing POI.
  • Comparison of two prognostic models in trauma outcome. [Journal Article]
  • BJBr J Surg 2018 Feb 21
  • Cook A, Osler T, … Hosmer D
  • CONCLUSIONS: TMPM had greater discrimination, proximity to the true model and goodness-of-fit than the anatomical injury component of TARN. TMPM should be considered for the injury severity measure for the comparative assessment of trauma centres.
  • Systematic review of measurement tools to assess surgeons' intraoperative cognitive workload. [Review]
  • BJBr J Surg 2018 Feb 21
  • Dias RD, Ngo-Howard MC, … Yule SJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Self-report instruments are valuable when the aim is to assess the overall cognitive load in different surgical procedures and assess learning curves within competence-based surgical education. When the aim is to assess cognitive load related to specific operative stages, real-time tools should be used, as they allow capture of cognitive load fluctuation. A combination of both subjective and objective methods might provide optimal measurement of surgeons' cognition.
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