Reducing harm for patients undergoing emergency surgery

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In this video case study Dr Carol Pedan explains the work of the Quality Improvement Centre at Royal United Hospital in Bath. 

One of their current projects aims to reduce harm and improve outcomes for patients undergoing emergency intra-abdominal surgery. Death and complication rates after emergency intra-abdominal surgery are comparatively high and the pathway introduced aims to reduce those risks. 

 

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