The WHO Surgery Safety Checklist

Abstract

thromboembolism prophylaxis, preparation for blood loss, confirmation of equipment sterility, surgical counts, and appropriate labelling of specimens are of utmost importance but are frequently neglected. In addition, clear plans for postoperative management are infrequently communicated but should be defined at the end of the operation, taking into account… (More)

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@inproceedings{Stark2008TheWS, title={The WHO Surgery Safety Checklist}, author={Michael Stark}, year={2008} }