Systematic review finds that implementation of safety checklist is associated with a reduction in surgical complications.Anesthesiology. 2014;120:1380-1389.
Effect of using a safety checklist on patient complications after surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Gillespie BM, Chaboyer W, Thalib L, John M, Fairweather N, Slater K. Anesthesiology. 2014;120:1380-1389.
In contrast to a recent study that showed no change in postoperative morbidity and mortality following checklist adoption, this systematic review explored the evidence and found that checklist implementation was linked to a reduction in overall surgical complications. The authors recommend that checklists be used with other interventions to augment safety.
Systematic review of safety checklists for use by medical care teams in acute hospital settings—limited evidence of effectiveness.
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Variations in surgical outcomes associated with hospital compliance with safety practices.
Brooke BS, Dominici F, Pronovost PJ, Makary MA, Schneider E, Pawlik TM. Surgery. 2012;151:651-659.
Simulation-based trial of surgical-crisis checklists.
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