The Weill Cornell Patient Safety Program Study: feedback from patient safety advocates in medicine, law, and root cause analysis

Jun 4, 2017 by in GYNECOLOGY Comments Off on The Weill Cornell Patient Safety Program Study: feedback from patient safety advocates in medicine, law, and root cause analysis

We read, with great interest, the article by Grunebaum et al “Effect of a comprehensive obstetric patient safety program on compensation payments and sentinel events.” As longstanding patient safety advocates,…

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Comments on Sheiner et al’s “Pregnancy outcome of patients who conceive during or after the first year following bariatric surgery”

Jun 4, 2017 by in GYNECOLOGY Comments Off on Comments on Sheiner et al’s “Pregnancy outcome of patients who conceive during or after the first year following bariatric surgery”

We read the study by Sheiner et al with great interest and commend them for confirming the absence of adverse effects of early pregnancy after maternal bariatric surgery. The article,…

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Patient Safety Series, a comment

Jun 4, 2017 by in GYNECOLOGY Comments Off on Patient Safety Series, a comment

We would like to congratulate the Journal for their Patient Safety series. This series has among other things raised awareness of this critical frontier of medicine. It has also vindicated…

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A model patient

Jun 4, 2017 by in GYNECOLOGY Comments Off on A model patient

Case notes We developed, in portable document format (PDF), a detailed 3-dimensional (3D) interactive anatomic model of 23 pelvic structures that include the muscles, ligaments, and fascia of the pelvic…

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Maternal mortality

Jun 4, 2017 by in GYNECOLOGY Comments Off on Maternal mortality

The reduction in maternal deaths over the last 100 years in high-income countries is one of the greatest achievements of modern medicine, but one that, in recent years, seems to…

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