Perioperative, Single-Surgeon Experience in Cerebrovascular Bypass Procedures at Academic Medical Center and Community Hospital

@inproceedings{Nissman2018PerioperativeSE,
  title={Perioperative, Single-Surgeon Experience in Cerebrovascular Bypass Procedures at Academic Medical Center and Community Hospital},
  author={Kathleen W. Nissman and Ali Zomorodi and Dhanesh Kumar Gupta and Ishwori Prasad Dhakal and Yi-Ju Li and Michael L. James},
  year={2018}
}
  • Kathleen W. Nissman, Ali Zomorodi, +3 authors Michael L. James
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine
  • Background Little evidence exists for superiority of neurosurgical outcomes from care subspecialization. Outcomes of a single neurosurgeon after complex vascular neurosurgery in an academic medical center were compared against those in a community hospital. Methods In this retrospective analysis of extracranial-intracranial vascular bypass operations performed between July 1, 2013 and February 1, 2015, cases were identified by cross-referencing the electronic medical record with the surgeon's… CONTINUE READING

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