Complications, Volume 1, Issue 1 (March 2024) – 2 articles

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Protocol
Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Assessing Perioperative and Oncologic Outcomes in Patients Undergoing Urologic Procedures with a History of Prior Abdominal/Pelvic Surgery: Study Protocol
Complications 2024, 1(1), 6-10; https://doi.org/10.3390/complications1010002 - 18 May 2023
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Prior abdominal/pelvic surgery (PAS) has the potential to impact perioperative and oncologic outcomes in patients undergoing urologic surgery. There is a need to study outcomes in this population to determine if reoperation is safe and feasible. This review will follow the Preferred Reporting [...] Read more.
Prior abdominal/pelvic surgery (PAS) has the potential to impact perioperative and oncologic outcomes in patients undergoing urologic surgery. There is a need to study outcomes in this population to determine if reoperation is safe and feasible. This review will follow the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines and has been registered with PROSPERO (ID: CRD42022361935). The search for articles will be conducted in PubMed, Scopus, and Web of Science, and additional articles may be identified by reviewing the manuscripts of the included literature. Outcomes of interest will be used to determine if reoperation is safe and feasible in this population. Full article
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Editorial
Complications—A New Open-Access Journal for Improving Our Understanding of Prevention and Management of Surgical, Interventional and Anesthesiologic Complications and Adverse Events
Complications 2024, 1(1), 1-5; https://doi.org/10.3390/complications1010001 - 31 Dec 2022
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The reporting of surgical, interventional, and anesthesiologic complications is essential for improving the quality of healthcare delivery and for standardizing and reproducing outcomes data. To address underlying issues in the reporting of complications and adverse events, it may be necessary to provide education [...] Read more.
The reporting of surgical, interventional, and anesthesiologic complications is essential for improving the quality of healthcare delivery and for standardizing and reproducing outcomes data. To address underlying issues in the reporting of complications and adverse events, it may be necessary to provide education and training, establish standardized definitions and reporting requirements, and create incentives for healthcare providers to report complications. Complications, a new international peer-reviewed open access journal, aims to provide best practice and expert opinion recommendations on the prevention, diagnosis, pathogenesis, and management of complications in basic, translational, and clinical research, as well as epidemiology. The journal invites authors to address four components of perioperative adverse events: assessment, reporting, analysis of anticipatable factors, and management. The usability and practical implications of this information can have significant implications for academic and clinical practice. The prioritization of the assessment and reporting of adverse events to standardize their management and improve the understanding of the impact of these events on patients’ peri-operative course. Full article
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