Part 1 Principles for a Day Surgery Information Systems policy
Organizational aims and strategies
Organizational Culture, High Reliability Organizations and Leadership
Systems thinking, statistical thinking and continuous quality improvement
Day Surgery as a system
Part 2 A Day Surgery Information Systems Policy
Sources of data
Dimensions of performance
Analysis and presentation of indicators
Promotion of measures’ use
Survey on incidence of surgical procedures and percentage of ambulatory surgery in 6 European countries
JD Brökelmann & C. Toftgaard.
Day surgery laparoscopic cholecystectomy: comparative analysis in two consecutive periods in a cohort of 1132 patients
F. Docobo Durántez, M. Arance García, A. Navas Cuéllar, J. Mena Robles,
J.M. Suárez Grau, F.J. Padillo Ruiz.
Patient Perspectives of Noise During Minimal Sedation Procedures
K. Sanniec & M. Gellis
Anterior-Apical Mesh Repair System in an ambulatory setting
D.Sinhal, J.Iyer, M.Mous, R.Muller, A.Rane.
What factors are associated with prolonged hospital stay following planned day-case Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy?
J. Isherwood, D. P. J. Howard, R. Saunders, Y. Jabri, D. Phillips & D. McWhinnie
Assessment of the effect of local versus general anesthesia on the pain perception after inguinal hernia surgery
M. Hosseinpour, A. Behdad & M. Resaei