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Results of scleral buckling in 15 consecutive eyes of 13 infants with stage 4B retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) were reviewed. Ten of 15 retinas achieved macular reattachment with a single scleral buckling procedure. Four of 15 retinas unable to be attached by scleral buckling were reattached after the addition of a single vitreous operation. One of 15(More)
The process of preparing patients for outpatient surgery is information intensive. However, medical records are often fragmented among different providers and systems. As a result, the preoperative assessment process is frequently prolonged by missing information, potentially leading to surgery delay or cancellation. In this study, we simulate an(More)
Systems integration and coordination are becoming increasingly important in healthcare systems around the world, particularly in the U.S. with the new healthcare mandate. Nowhere are these strategies more important for improving patient outcomes, increasing access, and reducing costs than in outpatient surgery. Surgeries involve surgeons, anesthesiologists,(More)
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