Year in Review: Surgery
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Quality and Patient Safety, Procedures, 2022
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This session will highlight the latest research, lessons learned, and changes taking place in critical care surgery practice during the past year.

Learning Objectives:
-Examine evidence-based literature on improving care of injured, emergency, general surgery, and surgical critical care patients
-Apply new knowledge to improve patient care by a multiprofessional team
-Review and integrate new knowledge into existing guidelines to optimize patient-centered care
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Quality and Patient Safety
Knowledge Area Procedures
Knowledge Level Foundational
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Evidence Based Medicine
Tag Surgery
Year 2022
critical care surgery
COVID-19 infection
violence-related injuries
ISAVE group
packed red blood cells
traumatic brain injury
emergency general surgery
bleeding management


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