This cohort study compares the outcomes associated with inguinal hernia repair performed by medical doctors vs surgeons in Ghana.
This study surveys surgeons’ cost knowledge and ability to distinguish subtle price variations between surgical tools with similar functions or indications.
This Viewpoint describes the use of artificial intelligence models for phenotyping and assessing sepsis risk as well as enhancing surgical decision making.
This cohort study assesses the association between surgeons with higher numbers of reports from coworkers about unprofessional behaviors and the risk for postoperative complications in their patients.
This cohort study investigates the association between preoperative opioid and/or benzodiazepine use and postoperative mortality and persistent opioid consumption among patients undergoing noncardiac surgical procedures in Iceland.
This study uses data from the Place of Last Drink database and Google maps to assess the association of blood alcohol concentration with distance traveled and driver’s age among intoxicated drivers in Minnesota.
This paired cohort study seeks to determine the cancer detection rate of biopsy methods targeting magnetic resonance imaging–visible lesions vs systematic prostate sampling in the diagnosis of clinically significant prostate cancer in men who were biopsy naive.
This study uses Medicare claims data to explore contemporary practice patterns and physician characteristics associated with high rates of use of arteriovenous grafting compared with arteriovenous fistula for hemodialysis access.
This narrative review discusses the biological rationale for hepatic arterial infusion chemotherapy, evidence for conversion to resectability using hepatic arterial infusion chemotherapy and systemic chemotherapy, and morbidity and toxic effect profiles of hepatic arterial infusion chemotherapy.
This study assesses survival outcomes among patients with gastric adenocarcinoma who received hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy combined with cytoreductive surgery at US academic centers.
This Viewpoint describes the IDEAL framework and encourages journal editors to consider incorporating this framework into the peer-review process.
This cohort study of black men who were hospitalized with serious injuries assesses how risk and protective factors from childhood and adulthood contribute to depression and posttraumatic stress symptom severity 3 months after discharge.
This SEER–Medicare cohort study compares the costs associated with radical cystectomy vs trimodal therapy for older adults with localized muscle-invasive bladder cancer.
This study uses medical records of more than 800 000 US veterans treated in the intensive care unit after surgery to determine the rate at which these patients developed new persistent opioid use.
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