Value of failure to rescue as a marker of the standard of care following reoperation for complications after colorectal resection.

@article{Almoudaris2011ValueOF,
  title={Value of failure to rescue as a marker of the standard of care following reoperation for complications after colorectal resection.},
  author={Alex M. Almoudaris and E Burns and Ravikrishna Mamidanna and Alex Bottle and Paul Aylin and Charles A. Vincent and Omar Faiz},
  journal={The British journal of surgery},
  year={2011},
  volume={98 12},
  pages={
          1775-83
        }
}
BACKGROUND Complication management appears to be of vital importance to differences in survival following surgery between surgical units. Failure-to-rescue (FTR) rates have not yet distinguished surgical from general medical complications. The aim of this study was to assess whether variability exists in FTR rates after reoperation for serious surgical complications following colorectal cancer resections in England. METHODS The Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) database was used to identify… CONTINUE READING

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