Surgical treatments in Day Surgery (DS) are characterised by limited hospitalisation during daytime on the base of an organizational model established by appropriate protocols. According to it, the patient at low operational risk and the patient whose post-operative management is easy is admitted to the programme. The Authors report their experience of DS focusing on the surgical and anaesthesiological qualifications that help to control the risk factors reducing the complications and thus guaranteeing the safety and effectiveness of the service.

ASPETTI ORGANIZZATIVI E VALUTAZIONE CLINICA IN DAY SURGERY: LA NOSTRA ESPERIENZA

ROSSITTO, Maurizio;MANFRE', Antonino;CICCOLO, Antonio
2005

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Surgical treatments in Day Surgery (DS) are characterised by limited hospitalisation during daytime on the base of an organizational model established by appropriate protocols. According to it, the patient at low operational risk and the patient whose post-operative management is easy is admitted to the programme. The Authors report their experience of DS focusing on the surgical and anaesthesiological qualifications that help to control the risk factors reducing the complications and thus guaranteeing the safety and effectiveness of the service.
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