ASA score and procedure type predict complications and costs in maxillofacial reconstructive surgery: a retrospective study using a hospital administrative database myDRG Stellenmarkt Gesundheitswesen

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ASA score and procedure type predict complications and costs in maxillofacial reconstructive surgery: a retrospective study using a hospital administrative database

ASA score and procedure type predict complications and costs in maxillofacial reconstructive surgery: a retrospective study using a hospital administrative database (Swiss Medical Weekly).

Reconstruction of osseous and soft tissue defects after surgical resection of oral cavity cancers can be achieved by a single-stage procedure with a microvascular bone flap or by a two-step...

Reconstruction of osseous and soft tissue defects after surgical resection of oral cavity cancers can be achieved by a single-stage procedure with a microvascular bone flap or by a two-step approach with a soft tissue flap and subsequent bone augmentation.
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CONCLUSION
The ASA score allows a reliable preoperative assessment of patient outcomes and
financial burden in maxillofacial reconstructive flap surgery. The type of flap
reconstruction significantly influences complications and ultimately total
costs. The current reimbursement system via diagnosis-related groups (DRGs)
does not take sufficient account of this fact.
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Quelle: Swiss Medical Weekly, 13.04.2021

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