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Avoiding common surgical errors.

Author: Lisa Marcucci; Michael J Moritz; Herbert Chen; Ovid Technologies, Inc.
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006.
Series: LWW medical book collection.
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"Avoiding Common Surgical Errors lists 186 errors commonly made by attendings, residents, interns, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants when working with surgical patients on the ward, operating room, emergency room, or intensive care unit. The book can easily be read immediately before the start of a rotation or used for quick reference while on call." "Each entry includes an explanation of the clinical  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Marcucci; Michael J Moritz; Herbert Chen; Ovid Technologies, Inc.
ISBN: 9780781747424 0781747422
OCLC Number: 1058013565
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. New York, N.Y. : Ovid Technologies, Inc., [200u]. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Description: 496 pages
Contents: Machine derived contents note: Table of Contents --
Emergency Department --
1. The classic triad for a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. Lisa Marcucci --
2. Aneurysm with flank pain. Harsh Jain --
3. Rib fractures and aortic or thoracic great vessel injury. Ahmed G. Mami --
4. Sternal fractures and mediastinal or heart injury. Adrian L. Lata --
5. Nerve injures in humeral fractures and dislocations. Ahmed G. Mami --
6. Prophylactic antibiotics with open fracture. Lisa Marcucci --
7. Tibial fractures and compartment syndrome. Lisa Marcucci --
8. Lip laceration repair. Nadine Semer --
9. Eyebrow laceration repair. Nadine Semer --
10. Use absorbable sutures on young children. Nadine Semer --
11. No staples with facial laceration repairs. Nadine Semer --
12. Knee dislocations and popliteal artery injury. Michael J. Moritz --
13. Antecubital fossa, groin, or neck "abscess" caution. Mark S. Sneider --
14. Perirectal abscesses in diabetics. Michael J. Moritz --
15. Abscess drainage technique. Nadine Semer --
16. Human bites on the hand. Michael J. Moritz --
17. Retain amputated body parts for reimplantation evaluation. Nadine Semer --
18. Amputated tissue immersion caution. Nadine Semer --
19. No smoking with hand or soft tissue injury, or fracture. Nadine Semer --
20. Elevate a hand injury or infection. Nadine Semer --
21. Second degree burns to the foot dorsum. Nadine Semer --
22. Intubation with burn injuries. Michael J. Moritz --
23. When to verify up-to-date tetanus prophylaxis. James Kirkpatrick --
24. Frostbite injury debridement caution. Nadine Semer --
25. Damp dressings for eyelid lacerations. Michael J. Moritz --
26. Facial laceration alert. Justin Young --
27. Account for all missing teeth. Justin Young --
28. Undress a patient with traumatic injury. Michael J. Moritz --
29. Cautions with potential facial or skull fracture. Michael J. Moritz --
30. Hypotension and intracranial injury. X.D. Dong --
31. Radiographs in blunt trauma or falls. Michael J. Moritz --
32. When not to clear a neck. Richard Pucci --
33. Lumbar spine radiographs with positive seat belt sign. Lisa Marcucci --
34. Rectal exam before urinary catheter insertion. Michael J. Moritz --
35. Intraabdominal trauma diagnosis. Michael B. Silber --
36. Loss of blood from scalp wounds. X.D. Dong --
37. Scalp laceration repairs. Nadine Semer --
38. Knife removal cautions. James Herrington --
39. Retroperitoneal hematoma exploration. X.D. Dong --
40. Flagyl(r) (metronidazole) and alcohol. Michael J. Moritz --
41. Mechanical airway control in Ludwig's angina. Lisa Marcucci --
42. Treating myoglobinuria. Rachael Callcut --
43. Midgut volvulus in an infant with bilious vomiting. Michael J. Moritz --
44. Malignancy and breast inflammation or abscess. Michael J. Moritz --
45. Wear gloves in the emergency department. Michael J. Moritz --
46. Dispose of your own sharps. Michael J. Moritz --
Operating Room --
47. Deep vein thrombosis prophylaxis before anesthesia. Diane L. Ferrara --
48. Chlorhexidine prep caution. Sue-Mi Cha --
49. Prep and drape legs in extremity vascular procedures. Michael J. Moritz --
50. Lateral decubitus caution. Ashraf I. Osman --
51. Alert anesthesiologist to injection. Catherine Marcucci --
52. Cautions with moving intubated patient. Catherine Marcucci --
53. Common bile duct injury repair. Adrian L. Lata --
54. Pringle Maneuver limitations. Michael J. Moritz --
55. Liver injury blood loss. Michael J. Moritz --
56. Converting laparoscopic to open cholecystectomy. Michael B. Silber --
57. Small bowel antimesenteric fat locations. Michael J. Moritz --
58. Enterotomy repair technique. X.D. Dong --
59. Witzel jejunostomy catheter positioning. Michael J. Moritz --
60. Aortic aneurysm and the left renal vein. Michael J. Moritz --
61. Inferior polar artery locations. James Herrington --
62. Cautions with hemostasis clips near vascular clamps. Michael J. Moritz --
63. Check vascular clamp jaws before use. James Herrington --
64. Proximal and distal control in vascular wound exploration. Michael J. Moritz --
65. Bladder/ureter and non-absorbable sutures. Michael J. Moritz --
66. Is it a bladder or a colon? Michael J. Moritz --
67. Laparoscopic appendectomy technique. Michael J. Moritz --
68. Fasciotomy for compartment syndrome suture technique. James Herrington --
69. Blunt dissection in an emergency venous cut down. Michael J. Moritz --
70. Dry breast biopsy site before closing. Michael J. Moritz --
71. Marking stitches with lesion excision. Michael J. Moritz --
72. Shave biopsy with melanoma prohibition. X.D. Dong --
73. Suture handling to decrease fascial dehiscence. Ramon Rivera --
74. The scrub nurse's table is off limits. Michael J. Moritz --
75. Properly address anesthesiologist or nurse anesthetist. Catherine Marcucci --
Medications --
76. Proper placement of intra- and extravascular medications. Michael J. Moritz --
77. Check patient allergies prior to verbal medication order. Rachael Callcut --
78. No Kayexalate-sorbitol enemas for kidney transplant patients. Dmitriy Nikitin --
79. Intravenous to oral drug dosage changes in transplant patients. Dmitriy Nikitin --
80. St. John's wort co-administration cautions. Neil Sandson --
81. No NSAIDs or aminoglycosides with cirrhosis. Michael J. Moritz --
82. Demerol precautions in patients with renal insufficiency. Michael J. Moritz --
83. Antibiotics can have serious side effects. Michael J. Moritz --
84. Lactobacillus (probiotic therapy) with antibiotics. Lisa Marcucci --
85. Checking peak and trough levels with aminoglycosides and vancomycin. Harsh Jain --
86. Antibiotic overuse and vancomycin-resistant enterococcus. Michael J. Moritz --
87. No IV vancomycin with Clostridium difficile infection. Michael J. Moritz --
88. Double cover Pseudomonas infection. Michael J. Moritz --
89. Vaccines with splenectomy. Harsh Jain --
90. Fluconazole prophylaxis with abdominal infection or surgery. Lisa Marcucci --
91. No Viagra and nitrates. Ashraf I. Osman --
92. Hydrocodone and tramadol precautions. Neil Sandson --
93. No MAOIs with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Neil Sandson --
94. Prophylactic beta blockers for cardiac ischemia. Michael J. Moritz --
95. Mucomyst(r) prophylaxis for contrast-induced nephropathy. Michael J. Moritz --
96. Do not use "renal dose" dopamine. Lisa Marcucci --
97. When to stop metformin (Glucophage(r)). Michael J. Moritz --
98. No heparin in IV flushes with heparin-induced thrombocytopenia. Heather Abernethy --
99. Do not administer intravenous vitamin K. Michael J. Moritz --
100. IV verapamil only with cardiac rhythm and blood pressure monitoring. Ramon Pucci --
101. Intravenous Dilantin caution. Ahmed G. Mami --
102. Monitor patient when using protamine to reverse heparin. Heather Abernethy --
103. Check for migraine history before giving Zofran. Michael J. Moritz --
104. Know drug antidotes. Michael J. Moritz --
105. Consider drugs as cause of leukocystosis. Lisa Marcucci --
Lines, Drains, and Tubes --
106. Do not draw blood proximal to infusing IV line. Gregory Kennedy --
107. Place chest tube or needle above the rib. Heather Abernethy --
108. Malpositioned chest tube precaution. Michael J. Moritz --
109. Nasogastric tube and vomiting precaution. Ken Meredith --
110. Confirm Foley catheter placement by return of urine. Ken Meredith --
111. New catheter or drain precaution. Ken Meredith --
112. Investigate decrease in abscess cavity drain output. Ken Meredith --
113. Jackson-Pratt drain removal technique. Ken Meredith --
114. Type of catheter for parenteral nutrition. Lisa Marcucci --
115. Central venous access catheters handling technique precautions. Lisa Marcucci --
116. Do not use subclavian vein for central access with dialysis. Michael J. Moritz --
117. Needle cannulation cautions. Ken Meredith --
118. Adapting Seldinger technique for patient with a vena cava filter. Lisa Marcucci --
119. Placing a central line in the internal jugular vein. Heather Abernethy --
120. Central venous access needle technique. Lisa Marcucci --
121. Seldinger technique central line wire control. Lisa Marcucci --
122. Preparing to place a central line in the internal jugular vein. Michael J. Moritz --
123. Seldinger technique for central line dilator precaution. Lisa Marcucci, Ken Meredith --
124. Secure a central line with anchoring sutures at four sites. Lisa Marcucci --
125. Patient position for removal or change of central line in upper torso. Michael J. Moritz --
126. Radiograph when switching sides in elective central line placement. Lisa Marcucci --
127. Left bundle branch block check before placing PA catheter. Michael J. Moritz --
128. Pulmonary artery catheter balloon manipulation caution. Lisa Marcucci --
Wounds --
129. First symptom and sign of a wound infection. Heather Abernethy --
130. Consider "VAC" dressing for difficult wounds. Michael J. Moritz --
131. Postsurgical wound examination with high fever. Rachael Callcut --
132. Decubitus ulcer dry/black eschar debridement caution. Nadine Semer --
133. Fascial dehiscence with pink or salmon-colored wound drainage. Michael J. Moritz --
Bleeding --
134. Source of lower gastrointestinal bleed in upper gastrointestinal tract. Rachael Callcut --
135. Right upper quadrant bleeding and hepatic flexure of colon or duodenum. Michael J. Moritz --
136. Herald bleeding alert. Michael J. Moritz --
137. Discussing postoperative reanticoagulation. Michael J. Moritz --
138. Retroperitoneal bleed diagnosis. Michael J. Moritz.
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Deep vein thrombosis prophylaxis before anesthesia. Diane L. Ferrara -- 48. Chlorhexidine prep caution. Sue-Mi Cha -- 49. Prep and drape legs in extremity vascular procedures. Michael J. Moritz -- 50. Lateral decubitus caution. Ashraf I. Osman -- 51. Alert anesthesiologist to injection. Catherine Marcucci -- 52. Cautions with moving intubated patient. Catherine Marcucci -- 53. Common bile duct injury repair. Adrian L. Lata -- 54. Pringle Maneuver limitations. Michael J. Moritz -- 55. Liver injury blood loss. Michael J. Moritz -- 56. Converting laparoscopic to open cholecystectomy. Michael B. Silber -- 57. Small bowel antimesenteric fat locations. Michael J. Moritz -- 58. Enterotomy repair technique. X.D. Dong -- 59. Witzel jejunostomy catheter positioning. Michael J. Moritz -- 60. Aortic aneurysm and the left renal vein. Michael J. Moritz -- 61. Inferior polar artery locations. James Herrington -- 62. Cautions with hemostasis clips near vascular clamps. Michael J. Moritz -- 63. 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Check patient allergies prior to verbal medication order. Rachael Callcut -- 78. No Kayexalate-sorbitol enemas for kidney transplant patients. Dmitriy Nikitin -- 79. Intravenous to oral drug dosage changes in transplant patients. Dmitriy Nikitin -- 80. St. John's wort co-administration cautions. Neil Sandson -- 81. No NSAIDs or aminoglycosides with cirrhosis. Michael J. Moritz -- 82. Demerol precautions in patients with renal insufficiency. Michael J. Moritz -- 83. Antibiotics can have serious side effects. Michael J. Moritz -- 84. Lactobacillus (probiotic therapy) with antibiotics. Lisa Marcucci -- 85. Checking peak and trough levels with aminoglycosides and vancomycin. Harsh Jain -- 86. Antibiotic overuse and vancomycin-resistant enterococcus. Michael J. Moritz -- 87. No IV vancomycin with Clostridium difficile infection. Michael J. Moritz -- 88. Double cover Pseudomonas infection. Michael J. Moritz -- 89. Vaccines with splenectomy. Harsh Jain -- 90. 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    schema:reviewBody ""Avoiding Common Surgical Errors lists 186 errors commonly made by attendings, residents, interns, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants when working with surgical patients on the ward, operating room, emergency room, or intensive care unit. The book can easily be read immediately before the start of a rotation or used for quick reference while on call." "Each entry includes an explanation of the clinical scenario in which the error can occur along with the relevant anatomy and pathophysiology. Illustrations of pertinent anatomy, instruments, and devices are included."--Jacket." ;
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