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ArtikelPreventing Postoperative Complications in the Elderly  
Oleh: Sieber, Frederick E. ; Barnett, Sheila Ryan
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Anesthesiology Clinics (keterangan: ada di ClinicalKey) vol. 29 no. 01 (Mar. 2011), page 83-97.
Topik: Geriatric; Surgery; Delirium; Surgical procedures/Adverse effects; Postoperative complications; Quality assurance; Aged
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Isi artikelPostoperative complications are directly related to poor surgical outcomes in the elderly. This review outlines evidence based quality initiatives focused on decreasing neurologic, cardiac, and pulmonary complications in the elderly surgical patient. Important anesthesia quality initiatives for prevention of delirium, the most common neurologic complication in elderly surgical patients, are outlined. There are few age-specific quality measures aimed at prevention of cardiac and pulmonary complications. However, some recommendations for adults can be applied to the geriatric surgical population. In the future, process measures may provide a more global assessment of quality in the elderly surgical population.
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