Cindy N. Wu

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a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t Using a sample of 212 bank employees, we developed a model in which procedural justice climate perceptions and strength mediated the relationships between contingent reward leader behavior and follower satisfaction with supervisor, organizational commitment, and rated organizational citizenship behavior, controlling for(More)
We present a case report of a laparoscopically retrieved foreign body that migrated into the pancreas. The patient is a 44-year-old man who presented with epigastric pain and was subsequently found by computed tomographic scan to have a foreign body in the head of the pancreas. After attempted endoscopic retrieval, we successfully removed the foreign body(More)
Surgeons are gaining interest in natural orifice surgery because of its minimally invasive nature. The new paradigm shift of using a natural orifice, as opposed to the abdominal wall, as a conduit for entry into the abdomen has resulted in novel solutions to solving difficult surgical problems. Repetitive foreign body ingestion continues to be one of those(More)
OBJECTIVE We sought to assess the potential of a widely available source of electronic medication data to prevent medication history errors and resultant inpatient order errors. METHODS We used admission medication history (AMH) data from a recent clinical trial that identified 1017 AMH errors and 419 resultant inpatient order errors among 194 hospital(More)
INTRODUCTION Resident aesthetic clinics (RACs) have demonstrated good outcomes and acceptable patient satisfaction, but few studies have evaluated their educational, financial, or medicolegal components. We sought to determine RAC best practices. METHODS We surveyed American Council of Academic Plastic Surgeon members (n = 399), focusing on operational(More)
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