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  • Current outcomes of tricuspid valve surgery. [Review]
    Prog Cardiovasc Dis 2019Hamandi M, George TJ, … Mack MJ
  • Surgical treatment of isolated and concomitant tricuspid disease remains underutilized. The gap between guidelines and clinical practice is reflective in large measure of the historically poor outcomes of tricuspid valve surgery. We reviewed our current surgical outcomes of tricuspid regurgitation to determine whether surgical outcomes have improved in the modern era.
  • Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy: Understanding the Pathophysiology of Selective Left Ventricular Involvement. [Review]
    Cureus 2019; 11(10):e5972Pasupula DK, Patthipati VS, … Siddappa Malleshappa SK
  • Takotsubo cardiomyopathy (TCM) has gained global recognition as a unique cardiovascular disease that mimics acute myocardial infarction. Since its initial description, more than three decades ago, we have significantly advanced our understanding of diagnosing, treating, and prognosticating this reversible cardiovascular phenomenon. However, the pathophysiological explanation behind its selective …
  • The rise of quality indicators in neurosurgery: 30-day unplanned reoperation rate evaluated in 3760 patients-a single-center experience. [Journal Article]
    Acta Neurochir (Wien) 2019Suero Molina E, Schildmacher C, … Schipmann S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Unplanned re-operation rate of a neurosurgical service can help to internally evaluate health care outcome and improve quality of care. Benchmarking with this indicator however is not recommendable as results can vary distinctly due to the heterogenic patient collective of each institution. We expect unplanned reoperation rates to be higher in large university hospitals and tertiary centers with complex cases, as compared to center with less complex cases treating patients with lower morbidity. In this study, we deliver an authentic portrait of a large neurosurgical center in Germany.
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