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Hospital readmission after noncardiac surgery:the role of major complications

by jmiller on March 19, 2014

Article concludes:  Unplanned readmissions in surgical patients are common in patients experiencing postoperative complications and can be predicted using the ACS NSQIP risk of major complications.  Prospective identification of high-risk patients, using the NSQIP complication risk index, may allow hospitals to reduce unplanned rehospitalizations.  (JAMA Surgery, March) Click here to view full-text.

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