This population-based cohort study assesses the incidence of recurrence after an index episode of adhesive small-bowel obstruction to determine whether operative vs nonoperative management is associated with the risk of recurrence among patients in hospital administrative databases.
This cohort study compares the use of systematic video recording with narrative reporting of the intraoperative steps performed in laparoscopic colorectal cancer surgery.
This study uses the 2009-2014 Nationwide Emergency Department Sample to describe the volume and disposition of individuals with firearm injuries presenting to US emergency departments to determine opportunities to deliver interventions to prevent recurrent injury.
This Viewpoint describes emerging evidence that 2 different classes of anesthetics have dissimilar effects on cancer metastasis.
This cohort study compares the association between preoperative cognitive status and postoperative delirium in adults undergoing major nonemergent surgery.
This observational study uses Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and American Hospital Association data to compare readmissions in safety-net and non–safely-net hospitals and assess whether hospital characteristics might account for some of the variation.
This cohort study uses Veterans Administration and Medicare data to develop a risk prediction tool to improve patient selection for carotid endarterectomy among patients with asymptomatic carotid stenosis.
This study evaluates 12 years’ worth of clinical data on transvaginal mesh complications and depression or self-harm in women who received a midurethral mesh sling.
This analysis of the nonrandomized controlled Swedish Obese Subjects (SOS) study examines the incidence and type of revisional bariatric surgeries completed (banding, vertical banded gastroplasty, and gastric bypass) in 26 years of follow-up of study participants.
This difference-in-difference analysis study assesses the extent of changes in insurance coverage, outcomes, and discharge to rehabilitation among adult trauma patients before and after Medicaid expansion and implementation of the remainder of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).
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