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Hospital volume following major surgery for gastric cancer determines in-hospital mortality rate and failure to rescue: a nation-wide study based on German billing data (2009-2017) myDRG Stellenmarkt Gesundheitswesen

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Hospital volume following major surgery for gastric cancer determines in-hospital mortality rate and failure to rescue: a nation-wide study based on German billing data (2009-2017)

Hospital volume following major surgery for gastric cancer determines in-hospital mortality rate and failure to rescue: a nation-wide study based on German billing data (2009-2017) (Springer).

For many cancer resections, a hospital volume-outcome relationship exists. The data regarding gastric cancer resection—especially in the western hemisphere—are ambiguous. This study analyzes the impact of gastric cancer surgery caseload...

For many cancer resections, a hospital volume-outcome relationship exists. The data regarding gastric cancer resection—especially in the western hemisphere—are ambiguous. This study analyzes the impact of gastric cancer surgery caseload per hospital on postoperative mortality and failure to rescue in
Germany.

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Conclusion
Patients who had gastric cancer surgery in hospitals with higher volume had
better outcomes and a reduced failure to rescue rates for severe
complications.

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Quelle: Springer, 12.02.2021

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erschienen am Samstag, 13.02.2021
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