Evaluating the Need for Routine Admission following Primary Cleft Palate Repair: An Analysis of 100 Consecutive Cases.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Routine admission following primary cleft palate repair is the standard of care at most institutions. Insurance companies have demonstrated increasing resistance to hospitalization longer than a "short stay"(23 hour) observation period following palatoplasty. The purpose of this study was to identify factors related to length of stay following… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/PRS.0000000000001583

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@article{Wood2015EvaluatingTN, title={Evaluating the Need for Routine Admission following Primary Cleft Palate Repair: An Analysis of 100 Consecutive Cases.}, author={Benjamin C. Wood and Michael J. Boyajian and David Zurakowski and Gary F. Rogers and Albert K Oh}, journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery}, year={2015}, volume={136 4}, pages={502e-10e} }