Journal of the American College of Surgeons

(ISSN: 1072-7515)

Table of Contents

From Journal of the American College of Surgeons

2020 - 231 (2)

  • Quality Improvement in Multidisciplinary Care-Raise Your Hand if You Were Responsible for That. 
  • Ethics in the Time of Coronavirus: Engaging the Conversation: In Reply to Hai and Colleagues. 
  • Reconceptualizing Ethics Through Morbidity and Mortality Rounds. 
  • Virtual Colorectal Cancer Surveillance: Bringing Scope Rate to Target. 
  • Assessing Incidence and Risk Factors of Delirium after Emergency General Surgery in Geriatric Patients. 
  • Postural Ergonomics and Micro-Neurosurgery: Microscope Has an Edge Over Loupes. 
  • Surgeon as Double Agent: Perception of Conflicting Expectations of Patient Care and Stewardship of Resources. 
  • Pandemic and the Role of the Program Director as Gatekeeper. 
  • Minimizing Healthcare Worker Contamination Risk During Tracheostomy. 
  • Delirium in Geriatric Patients Undergoing Emergency General Surgery: A Call to Action: Reply to Shin. 
  • Implementation Guide for Rapid Integration of an Outpatient Telemedicine Program During the COVID-19 Pandemic. 
  • Clinical Decision Support Intervention for Rib Fracture Treatment. 
  • Institution of a Novel Process for N95 Respirator Disinfection with Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide in the Setting of the COVID-19 Pandemic at a Large Academic Medical Center. 
  • Patient Engagement in a Technology-Enhanced, Stepped-Care Intervention to Address the Mental Health Needs of Trauma Center Patients. 
  • Reduction in Post-Discharge Return to Acute Care in Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery: Results of a Quality Improvement Initiative. 
  • Collaborative Multidisciplinary Incident Command at Seattle Children's Hospital for Rapid Preparatory Pediatric Surgery Countermeasures to the COVID-19 Pandemic. 
  • Medically Necessary, Time-Sensitive Procedures: Scoring System to Ethically and Efficiently Manage Resource Scarcity and Provider Risk During the COVID-19 Pandemic. 
  • International Female Surgeon Pioneers: Paving the Way for Generations to Come. 
  • Validation of an Intellectual Framework for Prioritizing Time-Sensitive Surgical Procedures During the COVID-19 Pandemic. 
  • Fibrinolysis Shutdown and Thrombosis in Severe COVID-19. 
  • Challenges and Ethical Considerations for Trainees and Attending Physicians During the COVID-19 Pandemic. 
  • Pediatric Modification of the Medically Necessary, Time-Sensitive Scoring System for Operating Room Procedure Prioritization During the COVID-19 Pandemic. 
  • Enhanced Draping for Airway Procedures During the COVID-19 Pandemic. 
  • Fibrinolysis Shutdown Correlation with Thromboembolic Events in Severe COVID-19 Infection. 
  • Beware of Time Delay and Differential Diagnosis when Screening for Symptoms of COVID-19 in Surgical Cancer Patients. 

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