Clinical factors impacting outcomes following surgical ablation for atrial fibrillation ovidio a garcía-villarreal, md • no financial grants sts/eacts latin america cardiovascular surgery conference 2017 2 introduction • the success of the cox-maze procedure is dependent on many clinical factors impacting outcomes following. Factors affecting patient compliance were assessed at 12 months after the start of brace therapy on follow-up with a questionnaire consisting of multiple-choice questions. Skill-based errors (sbe) (256) were believed to be the most common type of unsafe act of those respondents commenting on sbe, a common theme was the impact of high staff turnover in cardiac surgery ors, necessitating recruitment of team members directly out of school or training.
Application of the human factors analysis and classiﬁcation system methodology to the cardiovascular surgery operating room andrew w elbardissi, bs, douglas a wiegmann, phd, joseph a dearani, md, richard c daly, md, and thoralf m sundt iii, md division of cardiovascular surgery, mayo clinic, rochester, minnesota background. In summary, this case–control study confirmed the traditional factors that lead to increased cardiovascular complications of tjr surgery these risk factors include age, underlying heart disease, and a history of arrhythmia (or, as a substitute for history of heart disease or arrhythmia, a history of beta-blocker use. Atherosclerotic heart disease can also be present with no symptoms at all (falvo, 1991) coronary bypass surgery has considerable impact on the occupational status of individuals postoperatively (rimm, barboriak, anderson, & simon, 1976.
Background —stroke after cardiac surgery is a devastating complication that leads to excess mortality and health resource utilization the purpose of this study was to identify risk factors for perioperative stroke, including strokes detected early after cardiac surgery or postoperatively. Risk factors for cardiac surgery: the high-risk patient john w hammon , md department of cardiothoracic surgery, wake forest university school of medicine, medical center boulevard, winston-salem, nc 27157-1096 [email protected] edu. Open-heart surgery is any type of surgery where the chest is cut open and surgery is performed on the muscles, valves, or arteries of the heart according to the national heart, lung, and blood.
Erative factors, and their impact on how resources are utilized, may lead to an improved model to reduce postoperative morbidity and subsequent cost 2 materials and methods the study population was comprised of 5219 consec-utive patients undergoing open heart surgery at debo-rah heart and lung center between january 1991 and december 1994.
Objective: progression of cardiac rehabilitation after cardiovascular surgery can be affected by frailty the nutritional status of the patient has been proposed as an indicator of frailty in this study, we aimed to evaluate the influence of preoperative nutritional status on the progress of postoperative cardiac rehabilitation.